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INSPECTION REPORT

For the Property at:

345 GULF DELIGHT SCENIC 30A, FL 32459

Prepared for: TOSIR WITHLUV Inspection Date: Thursday, February 18, 2016 Prepared by: Randall Rands

Inspections by Randall LLC 102 Heron turn Panama City Beach, FL 32407 850 714 1955 inspectionsbyrandall.com randall@inspectionsbyrandall.com

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April 14, 2016 Dear Tosir Withluv, RE: Report No. 1033, v.3 345 Gulf Delight Scenic 30a, FL 32459 Thanks very much for choosing Inspections by Randall LLC to perform your home inspection. The inspection itself and the attached report comply with the requirements of the Standards of Practice of our national Association. This document defines the scope of a home inspection. Clients sometimes assume that a home inspection will include many things that are beyond the scope. We encourage you to read the Standards of Practice so that you clearly understand what things are included in the home inspection and report. The report has been prepared for the exclusive use of our client. No use by third parties is intended. We will not be responsible to any parties for the contents of the report, other than the party named herein . The report is effectively a snapshot of the house, recording the conditions on a given date and time. Home inspectors cannot predict future behavior, and as such, we cannot be responsible for things that occur after the inspection. If conditions change, we are available to revisit the property and update our report. The report itself is copyrighted, and may not be used in whole or in part without our express written permission. Again, thanks very much for choosing us to perform your home inspection. Sincerely, Randall Rands on behalf of Inspections by Randall LLC

Inspections by Randall LLC 102 Heron turn Panama City Beach, FL 32407 850 714 1955 inspectionsbyrandall.com randall@inspectionsbyrandall.com


Report No. 1033, v.3

SUMMARY 345 Gulf Delight, Scenic 30a, FL SUMMARY

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This Summary outlines potentially significant issues from a cost or safety standpoint. This section is provided as a courtesy and cannot be considered a substitute for reading the entire report. Please read the complete document. Priority Maintenance Items

Exterior OPTIONAL \ Exterior Condition: Other Tax records show this pool was built in 2010 - for safety reasons there were requirements to be met to prevent accidental drownings. At the time of signing the contract for a new swimming pool /spa, the owner was to get a copy of the law Chapter 515 (Residential Swimming Pool Safety Act) and the approved drowning prevention publication (Consumer Product Safety Commission Publication #362). Some requirements were gates to open out from pool, gates are to be self latching with the latch on the pool side at a 54" height, etc. These requirements are not in place. Since 2010 the State of Florida has added other requirements such as audible alarms from doors that exit to the pool deck for example. There are existing alarms on the three doors that access the pool deck - For safety reasons it is recommended to consult with a licensed contractor that can verify existing safety equipment meets the latest standards and can make the necessary modifications and improvements. Location: South

1. Pool

Electrical General Both of the bathroom exhaust fans exhaust directly into the attic via flex ducts. Notice the darker discoloration of the insulation. These ducts should be extended to exhaust to the exterior at the soffit. Recommend further evaluation by qualified trade Location: Attic Task: Improve

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SERVICE BOX, GROUNDING AND PANEL \ System grounding Condition: ground rod is in place but clamp to ground rod is not tightened recommend further evaluation by licensed electrician

4. Clamp is loose SERVICE BOX, GROUNDING AND PANEL \ Panel wires Condition: screws holding panel in place are missing, three of the circuits are not identified, recommend further evaluation by licensed electrician

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5. Condition: Double taps Neutral and ground wires should not have two wires going under 1 lug, this is called double tapped. recommend evaluation and correction by licensed electrician Implication(s): Fire hazard

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6. Double taps DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM \ Wiring - installation Condition: Abandoned wire abandoned wire is grounded but the leads are cut and not protected with electrical nuts, recommend further evaluation by a licensed electrician Implication(s): Electric shock

7. Abandoned wire DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM \ Outlets (receptacles) Condition: No GFCI (Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter) standard practice for safety reasons is to have all outlets in the kitchen to be GFCI protected the one to the left of the stove top does not have this safety item. recommend further evaluation by licensed electrician Implication(s): Electric shock

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8. No GFCI (Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter) Condition: Test faulty on Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) GFCIs to the right and left of the sink in the middle bathroom does not have power and does not reset when red button pressed, recommend further evaluation by licensed electrician Implication(s): Electric shock

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9. Test faulty on Ground Fault Circuit...

Cooling & Heat Pump General heat pump compressor pedestal is made of treated wood and appears to be sturdy, but the compressor itself is not attached to this pedestal. recommend further evaluation by licensed heating and air contractor

10. AIR CONDITIONING \ Condensate drain line Condition: standard practice is the installation of a condensation line water backup sensor. If the condensate water

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backs up the unit will turn off to avoid flooding of the interior of your residence. recommend further evaluation by a licensed plumber. The sticker on the "T" states to pour 1 cup of bleach down this line once a month. This helps prevent the build up of algae - which eventually plugs the pipe and creates the water damage problem if this maintenance is not done every month.

11. Condensate line

Plumbing OPTIONAL \ Plumbing Condition: Though not a failure or mistake at the time of construction in 1992 - the water heater does not have a drain pan installed. This is a safety and convenience item installed in newer homes today. Recommend further evaluation by licensed plumber, there is the possibility that leaking or failure of the water heater could flood the interior of the residence if no pan is present.

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12. FIXTURES AND FAUCETS \ Hose bib or bibb Condition: Leak or drip hose bib on the west side that is always on I assume for you stop by the pool has been leaking and is very wet obviously with the moss growing the wood appears to be sound when prodded but recommend further evaluation by licensed plumber to stop the leak Implication(s): Chance of water damage to contents, finishes and/or structure

13. Leak or drip

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Interior General Door to furnace hits the light fixture in the ceiling when opened past 90 degrees, could break it or knock it down - it is a safety risk. Recommend further evaluation by contractor to keep the door from hitting the light fixture Location: Hallway Bathroom Task: Repair

14. WINDOWS \ Glass (glazing) Condition: Lost seal on double or triple glazing Westside living room Implication(s): Cosmetic defects

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15. Close up of broken seal condensation

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16. Lost seal on double glazing

This concludes the Summary section. The remainder of the report describes each of the home's systems and also details any recommendations we have for improvements. Limitations that restricted our inspection are included as well. The suggested time frames for completing recommendations are based on the limited information available during a pre-purchase home inspection. These may have to be adjusted based on the findings of specialists. Home Improvement - ballpark costs

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Description Sloped roofing material: Asphalt shingles

17. Asphalt shingles

18. Asphalt shingles

19. Roof seen from top

20. Close up view

Sloped roof flashing material: Probability of leakage:

Metal

Low

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Description General: pool equipment the not part of a typical home inspection. Standing by it and seeing it operate - it appears to be running smooth and in good condition. The pool is clean and water circulating.

21. Intellichlor system General:

22. Filter and pump

Exterior views of the house

23. South end - Back

24. South East

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25. North end - Front Gutter & downspout material:

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26. North East Aluminum

Downspout discharge: Above grade

27. Above grade with extension

28. Above grade to the patio

Lot slope: Away from building

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29. Away from building Wall surfaces and trim: Fiber Cement Lap Siding has been installed over the original T-1-11 plywood siding. Original siding is visible in the screened porch area.

30. Soffit and fascia: Wood

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31. Wood Driveway: Pavers

32. Pavers

33. Pavers

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34. Pavers Walkway: Pavers

35. Pavers

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Patio: Pavers

36. Pavers Fence: Wood One photo shows a leaning fence along the West side at front, not sure why it is leaning over but does not appear to be rotten as pushing on it does not make it move. Rest of the fence is solid and appears to be in good condition

37. East side at backyard

38. East side at driveway

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39. West side by pool

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40. West side at front

Vinyl The front fence and is vinyl and it wraps around on the east side where the driveway is the gates work and are functional

41. Vinyl

42. Vinyl

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Recommendations OPTIONAL \ Exterior 1. Condition: Other Tax records show this pool was built in 2010 - for safety reasons there were requirements to be met to prevent accidental drownings. At the time of signing the contract for a new swimming pool /spa, the owner was to get a copy of the law Chapter 515 (Residential Swimming Pool Safety Act) and the approved drowning prevention publication (Consumer Product Safety Commission Publication #362). Some requirements were gates to open out from pool, gates are to be self latching with the latch on the pool side at a 54" height, etc. These requirements are not in place. Since 2010 the State of Florida has added other requirements such as audible alarms from doors that exit to the pool deck for example. There are existing alarms on the three doors that access the pool deck - For safety reasons it is recommended to consult with a licensed contractor that can verify existing safety equipment meets the latest standards and can make the necessary modifications and improvements. Location: South

43. Pool

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Description Configuration:

Slab-on-grade

Foundation material: Masonry block Used at perimeter stem wall Floor construction:

Concrete

Exterior wall construction:

Wood frame

Roof and ceiling framing: Trusses Vaulted trusses over the great room towards the front, and flat trusses used over the bedrooms

44. Trusses over bedrooms

45. Vaulted Trusses

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Description Service entrance cable and location: Overhead

46. Drop to panel Service size:

47. Overhead at pole

200 Amps (240 Volts)

Main disconnect/service box type and location: Breakers -exterior wall Main electrical panel is on the west side of the house

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48. Breakers -exterior wall System grounding material and type: Distribution panel rating:

Copper - ground rods

panel rating not labeled

Distribution panel type and location: Breakers - exterior wall Screws are missing on the panel and there are 3 circuits not identified. Recommend further evaluation by licensed electrician

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50. Breakers - exterior wall

49. Breakers - exterior wall Auxiliary panel (subpanel) type and location: Breakers - utility room

51. Breakers - utility room

52. Breakers - utility room

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Distribution wire material and type:

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Copper - non-metallic sheathed

Circuit interrupters: Ground Fault (GFCI) & Arc Fault (AFCI): GFCI - bathroom GFCI - outside GFCI - kitchen Only one outlet in the kitchen is GFCI protected the other one to the left of the oven range is not GFCI protected Smoke detectors: Present There is one smoke detector in the residence - it is located in the hallway outside the bedrooms. For safety reasons the local standard practice is to also have detectors in the sleeping areas.

53. Hall detector

Recommendations General 2. Both of the bathroom exhaust fans exhaust directly into the attic via flex ducts. Notice the darker discoloration of the insulation. These ducts should be extended to exhaust to the exterior at the soffit. Recommend further evaluation by qualified trade Location: Attic Task: Improve

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SERVICE BOX, GROUNDING AND PANEL \ System grounding 3. Condition: ground rod is in place but clamp to ground rod is not tightened recommend further evaluation by licensed electrician

56. Clamp is loose SERVICE BOX, GROUNDING AND PANEL \ Panel wires 4. Condition: screws holding panel in place are missing, three of the circuits are not identified, recommend further evaluation by licensed electrician

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57. 5. Condition: Double taps Neutral and ground wires should not have two wires going under 1 lug, this is called double tapped. recommend evaluation and correction by licensed electrician Implication(s): Fire hazard

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58. Double taps DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM \ Wiring - installation 6. Condition: Abandoned wire abandoned wire is grounded but the leads are cut and not protected with electrical nuts, recommend further evaluation by a licensed electrician Implication(s): Electric shock

59. Abandoned wire DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM \ Outlets (receptacles) 7. Condition: No GFCI (Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter) standard practice for safety reasons is to have all outlets in the kitchen to be GFCI protected the one to the left of the stove top does not have this safety item. recommend further evaluation by licensed electrician Implication(s): Electric shock

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60. No GFCI (Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter) 8. Condition: Test faulty on Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) GFCIs to the right and left of the sink in the middle bathroom does not have power and does not reset when red button pressed, recommend further evaluation by licensed electrician Implication(s): Electric shock

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61. Test faulty on Ground Fault Circuit...

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Description Fuel/energy source: System type:

Electricity

Heat pump

Heat distribution: Ducts and registers

62. Ducts and registers Efficiency:

63. Ducts and registers

Conventional

Approximate age:

15 years

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Description Heat pump type: Air source

64. Air cooled Tempstar Manufacturer:

65. Air cooled Tempstar

Tempstar Smartcomfort 2200

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66. Air cooled Manufacturer:

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67. Air cooled

inside air handler is also made by Tempstar - both inside and outdoor units are 15 years old.

68. Air handler

69. Label

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Typical life expectancy: 12 to15 years Recommend budgeting for eventual replacement of the Heating and Air conditioning units. They were in working order the day of the inspection, and this inspection can't tell you when they will fail.

70. Original Thermostat?

Limitations Heat pump only tested in:

Heating mode

Recommendations General 9. heat pump compressor pedestal is made of treated wood and appears to be sturdy, but the compressor itself is not attached to this pedestal. recommend further evaluation by licensed heating and air contractor

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AIR CONDITIONING \ Condensate drain line 10. Condition: standard practice is the installation of a condensation line water backup sensor. If the condensate water backs up the unit will turn off to avoid flooding of the interior of your residence. recommend further evaluation by a licensed plumber. The sticker on the "T" states to pour 1 cup of bleach down this line once a month. This helps prevent the build up of algae - which eventually plugs the pipe and creates the water damage problem if this maintenance is not done every month.

72. Condensate line

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Description Attic/roof insulation material:

Glass fiber

Attic/roof insulation amount/value: The blown in insulation over the bedroom is 14 1/2" deep where undisturbed , the fiberglass batts over the vaulted area are R-19

73. 14 1/2" = R-38

74. Vaulted areas - R-19

Attic/roof ventilation: Soffit vent Ridge vent

76. Ridge vent

75. Attic view

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Wall insulation material:

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Not determined

Foundation wall insulation material:

It is typical to not insulate foundation walls in Florida.

Recommendations ATTIC/ROOF \ Insulation 11. Condition: Gaps or voids insulation is of uniform thickness in most of the attic area so there have been evidence of digging out of insulation for what looks like cables or security systems and the installation was not replaced recommend further evaluation by insulation contractor Implication(s): Increased heating and cooling costs | Reduced comfort

77. Gaps or voids

78. Gaps or voids

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Description Water supply source:

Public

Service piping into building: Supply piping in building:

Not visible

Not visible

Main water shut off valve at the: Water flow and pressure:

not found

Functional

Water heater fuel/energy source: Electric Water heater is located below the air handler and accessed by opening the return air grill and removing the furnace filter

79. Electric Water heater type:

80. Electric Conventional

Water heater manufacturer: Rheem Manufactured in 2009

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81. Rheem Tank capacity:

47 gallons

Water heater approximate age: Typical life expectancy:

6 years

8 to 12 years

Waste disposal system: Waste water from the house drains to a grinder pump located on the East property line. This processed effluent is then pumped to the public sewer system

82.

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Waste and vent piping in building: PVC plastic

83. PVC plastic

84. PVC plastic Exterior hose bibb: Present

85. East Side

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Limitations Items excluded from a building inspection:

Water quality

Pool

Recommendations OPTIONAL \ Plumbing 12. Condition: Though not a failure or mistake at the time of construction in 1992 - the water heater does not have a drain pan installed. This is a safety and convenience item installed in newer homes today. Recommend further evaluation by licensed plumber, there is the possibility that leaking or failure of the water heater could flood the interior of the residence if no pan is present.

87. FIXTURES AND FAUCETS \ Hose bib or bibb 13. Condition: Leak or drip hose bib on the west side that is always on I assume for you stop by the pool has been leaking and is very wet obviously with the moss growing the wood appears to be sound when prodded but recommend further evaluation by licensed plumber to stop the leak Implication(s): Chance of water damage to contents, finishes and/or structure

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88. Leak or drip

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Description Major floor finishes: Tile

89. Tile Major wall finishes:

90. Tile Gypsum board

Major ceiling finishes:

Gypsum board

Windows: Single hung Note: aluminum Glazing:

Double

Exterior doors - type/material: French Two French doors in the South bedrooms out to the pool

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91. French Metal-clad Doors:

Inspected

Oven type: Conventional Frigidaire self cleaning oven with convection option known as speed bake

92. Conventional

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93. Conventional Convection Range fuel:

Electricity

Appliances:

Micro-Hood

Appliances: Refrigerator Refrigerator

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95. Refrigerator

Dishwasher Whirlpool cannot be tested due to being full of dishes assume the tenants have been using it so we have to assume it is working condition no evidence of leaking on the floor

96. Dishwasher

97. Dishwasher Microwave oven

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Whirlpool microwave with vent hood that vents to the interior

98. Microwave oven

99. Microwave oven Laundry facilities: Washer Washer is an Inglis by Whirlpool Corporationm top fills with water and spins out the water

100. Washer

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Dryer GE , dryer not tested because renters clothes were inside they have been using it while they're here

103. Dryer

102. Dryer Kitchen ventilation: Recirculating type Is integrated with the microwave oven Bathroom ventilation:

Exhaust fan

Laundry room ventilation: Clothes dryer vented to exterior

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104. Interior clothes dryer duct

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105. Clothes dryer vented to exterior

Counters and cabinets: Inspected Secondary bath counter is cultured marble

106. Inspected

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Inspected Kitchen counter is quartz

107. Inspected Inspected Master bathroom counter is marble

108. Inspected

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Recommendations General 14. Door to furnace hits the light fixture in the ceiling when opened past 90 degrees, could break it or knock it down - it is a safety risk. Recommend further evaluation by contractor to keep the door from hitting the light fixture Location: Hallway Bathroom Task: Repair

109. WINDOWS \ Glass (glazing) 15. Condition: Lost seal on double or triple glazing Westside living room Implication(s): Cosmetic defects

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110. Close up of broken seal condensation

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111. Lost seal on double glazing

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Description General:

Wier operation satisfactory

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The links below connect you to a series of documents that will help you understand your home and how it works. These are in addition to links attached to specific items in the report. Click on any link to read about that system.

01. ROOFING, FLASHINGS AND CHIMNEYS 02. EXTERIOR 03. STRUCTURE 04. ELECTRICAL 05. HEATING 06. COOLING/HEAT PUMPS 07. INSULATION 08. PLUMBING 09. INTERIOR 10. APPLIANCES 11. LIFE CYCLES AND COSTS 12. SUPPLEMENTARY Asbestos Radon Urea Formaldehyde Foam Insulation (UFFI) Lead Carbon Monoxide Mold Household Pests Termites and Carpenter Ants

13. HOME SET-UP AND MAINTENANCE 14. MORE ABOUT HOME INSPECTIONS

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