Les Posted January 18, 2010 Report Share Posted January 18, 2010 Will someone translate this letter for me. Thank You. TEXT IN RED IS MINE November 30, 2009 Mrs. XXXXXX XXXXXXX This follow-up letter for inspection report # (XXXXXX), your limited visual residential home inspection of the property at XXXX XXXXX. Lansing, MI. is to emphasize and reiterate the findings and critical conditions found with the attic and roof. WOW! The two large birdÃ¢â¬â¢s nests in the homeÃ¢â¬â¢s attic must be dealt with extreme caution and as an environmental hazard material, to be removed by qualified professionals. WHY? ARE THEY EAGLES? Condors? The exterior inspection of the roof did not indicate recent repairs, yet the presents (left over from Santa?) of multiple points of water intrusion, and wood damage in the attic, were captured in the pictures taken in the attic. Recent repairs to ceilings in multiple rooms in the home support the extent of roof problems from repeated moisture intrusion events. I sure hope they do not escape, now that we have captured them!We can not verify the extent of structural damage to roof sheathing, as well as wall, ceiling and roof support structural members without a more through and professional re evaluation. So? Who should I call to supplement this limited visual home inspection? Action taken by past owners to seal leaks at the chimney, see pictures, indicate unprofessional improper repairs which again may have led to other critical structural support problems. Thank you again for selecting us for your home inspection needs. Please call, my cell phone, (XXX) XXX-XXXX, if you have any questions or if we can be of further service. Sincerely, XXXXXXXX Managing Officer The original inspection report was three pages long. Actually was even worse* than this supplement. $400.00 well spent.*per tom raymond!! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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