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  1. FAMILIARIZE YOURSELF WITH THE TYPE SYSTEMS IN YOUR AREA AND GOOGLE. THEN GOOGLE EFFLUENT SEEPAGE AND OLFACTORY EVIDENCE
  2. done several with-in-the last year inspections in high wind texas, staples used on numerous houses, the irc code is vague and possibly including staples not saying it and allowing it to fall on manufacturers instructions. so that being said you are there to report about the condition of the property at the time of inspection if you choose to call out staples as a defect , have your ammo ready to load, or your realtor will beat you to the draw and they usually blow from both ends. the simplest cya answer i agree with is mr scott patterson. see what say, say what you mean, mean what you say
  3. i'm late but........ UPGRADE and shove the lovely responsibility on your local failsafe licensed, qualfied electrician to further evaluate. you have an inkling its wrong you did you part, pass the buck
  4. well its febuary and all outlets that are not gfci protected are now to be afci protected
  5. i'd write it up for the simple fact it is not accessible for service and if the box is packed with mud it could pose and overheating problem to the receptacle inside
  6. ??????they did electrical repairs after the inspection? out of my scope
  7. i don't think i have inspected a home without the dual switch and/or one for a light on the exterior wall. and for some reason the grade level comment is ringing in my head. don't feel like further researching/refreshing this but chuckling at "man door" and the political correctness, < good inspection point. lol i thought it was a service door ha ha
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