Building Inspection

2015 18/20 Thomson Street 000354
2015  18 20 Thomson Street 000354
STEAM LIMITED - 0275 57 87 66 waterdamage@me.com www.triplecheck.kiwi ! IICRC CERTIFIED CONSULTING WATER DAMAGE TECHNICIANS ! ! 18/20 Thomson Street ! Based on a survey conducted in November 2015, I am enclosing the following report. ! In my professional opinion the property represents a well maintained, well built property, without any weather tightness issues ! All the readings taken indicate the cladding is working as designed. The home is warm and dry, and has been constructed to the standards required to meet all regulations at the time of build. ! The dwelling is not a leaky home currently, nor has it been one in the past. With regular maintenance, it will not become one in the future. ! ! It is always possible, as we do not remove gib board, carpets, tiles etc, that we can miss things, things that are at this stage are only minor or formative. ! But we compensate for this, by taking environmental readings, readings that help us by using building science, to tell us, whether there is hidden moisture present, or temperature readings that indicate unseen symptoms of building failure. !
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If we think there is further investigation necessary, we will tell you, and we are competent to undertake these investigations ourselves. ! There is no such thing as "no maintenance" home, and there is unlikely to be one developed in our lifetimes. ! So remember, maintenance of a dwelling in always needed. Most defects found, through general wear and tear are from deferred maintenance. ! Roofs last about 25 years, paint systems around 8 - 10 years. joinery mitres open up with long term sun exposure, and condensation can create damage in every area its allowed to occur. ! The environmental readings taken, indicate the home is a “dry occupancy” with moisture entry and exit balanced, meaning the home is not hiding any hidden moisture within the building envelope. ! These readings can vary from day to day, but we could not see any other symptoms that indicate the house is carrying an abnormal moisture load. ! For the age of the home. the house is in a good condition, it is spacious and warm. It is a fine example of a home built at that time. There are some cracks in the internal walls caused by ground movement as would be expected of a house of its age, but these are minor and of a cosmetic nature. ! ! !
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! ! Maintain the roof system, stop flashings from failing, and you have a house that will go strongly on into the future. ! There is a need for a repaint internally in the near future. This is to cover tenant damage. ! All of the building work seen would have been consented and passed inspection at time of build. ! Certain regulations have changed to enhance building in the 2000's, but this home is not showing signs of cladding, roofing or internal decay, from having been built to a prior code. ! Any wear and tear seen is expected for its age, and if maintained as well into the future by its next owners, as it has been by its current owners, this home should not experience any undue premature problems. ! The equilibrium moisture content for this home is calculated to be between 9% - 15% moisture content, the verifiable data included within shows that the house is within the expected range. ! Fixtures and fittings are all in an good condition, and of a similar or superior level to similar homes of its age. ! There is off street parking. ! The outdoor area is in good condition. ! !
    Maintain the roof system, stop    ashings from failing, and you have a house that will go strongly on into the future....
Summary ! The house is not a leaky home. ! All readings taken indicate the home is a dry occupancy with vapor fluctuations in all rooms being recorded at less than 4 kpa difference. ! The home has been well built, there is nothing discovered to stop a willing buyer and willing seller concluding a transaction. ! ! I would consider: ! 1. Adding a Positive Input Ventilation system. 2. Planning for new carpet to be installed, if desired. 3. Painting to touch up internally as soon as possible ! I am available to discuss any issues at any time. ! Mike Winton! Steam Ltd. IICRC Certified Water Damage Technician #144810
Summary    The house is not a leaky home.   All readings taken indicate the home is a dry occupancy with vapor    uctuatio...
Your thermal imaging, moisture and building inspection Document No. 000354 Smith street 18/20 Thomson Street Conducted on 03/11/2015, 12:00 PM Prepared by Mike Winton IICRC Certified Water Damage Technician Mike Winton Completed on 07/11/2015, 22:49 PM
Your thermal imaging, moisture and building inspection  Document No. 000354 Smith street 18 20 Thomson Street Conducted on...
Disclaimer The inspector believes the information contained within this home inspection report to be correct at the time of inspection. The inspector does not accept responsibility for any consequences arising from the use of the information herein. The report is based on matters which were observed or came to the attention of the inspector during the day of the assessment and should not be relied upon as an exhaustive record of all possible risks or hazards that may exist, or potential improvements that can be made. Triplecheck Home Inspections are the building inspection division of Steam Limited. Mike Winton, your inspector, is an internationally certified IICRC water damage remediation technician, and an Internachi certified home inspector, with over 20 years of experience in the insurance industry. Triplechecks terms and conditions can be found online at www.triplecheck.kiwi. Contact us on 04 974 4528 www.triplecheck.kiwi Confidentiality Statement In order to maintain the integrity and credibility of the inspection processes and to protect the parties involved, it is understood that the inspector will not divulge to unauthorized persons any information obtained during this inspection unless legally obligated to do so. 000354 18/20 Thomson Street -3-
Disclaimer The inspector believes the information contained within this home inspection report to be correct at the time o...
Table of Contents 2 YOUR THERMAL IMAGING, MOISTURE AND BUILDING INSPECTION Disclaimer Confidentiality Statement AUDIT Summary TESTING PROCEDURES BUILDING STRUCTURE INTERNAL ROOMS LAUNDRY GARAGE BASEMENT AREA PROPERTY RECOMMENDATIONS MBIE RISK PROFILE LIMITATIONS OF INSPECTIONS. WHY BUILDINGS LEAK HOW TO CLEAN ALUMINIUM JOINERY UNDERSTANDING MOISTURE RESULTS ENVIRONMENTAL READINGS 3 3 5 5 6 8 9 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 000354 18/20 Thomson Street -4-
Table of Contents 2  YOUR THERMAL IMAGING, MOISTURE AND BUILDING INSPECTION Disclaimer Con   dentiality Statement AUDIT Su...
Audit Question Response Details Summary This is the brief summary of the home inspection, these answer the questions, that bankers, financiers and lawyers and yourself are wanting to know. Is the home indicating it has been a leaky home in the past? no, there is no evidence to support this Is there any remedial work required to bring it up to standard? no What condition is the joinery in? Good Condition, Expected wear and tear for its age What condition is the paint in? Good Condition What condition is the cladding in? Good Condition This home is in good condition, with cosmetic issues only The MBIE Risk Matrix Profile for this house would be medium risk Can the home be purchased without any expectation of major expenditure? yes - no major issues of concern were detected 000354 18/20 Thomson Street -5-
Audit Question  Response  Details  Summary This is the brief summary of the home inspection, these answer the questions, t...
Testing Procedures Question Response Details This is where we explain how we tested and evaluated this home. As standard, we use thermal imaging and multiple moisture sensors to assess the hidden aspects of the home, for things that can not be seen by the human eye alone. We use hygrometers, to measure temperature and relative humidity, because without the measurement of these two readings, it is impossible to assess what the correct moisture content of the tested materials within the house should be at the time of inspection. We use thermal imaging and infra red thermometers to assess for hidden leaks and air leakage that can't be seen by eyesight, and to reach the high areas in the house it is impossible to reach without them. Unless requested otherwise, the moisture sensors used in this survey were non invasive, that is they measure moisture content 2 centimeters deep through into the gib board, window sills, etc. This means we can only tell you what the moisture content is at surface level, not at depth, against the external cladding. If requested, we are certified and competent as internationally certified water damage technicians to perform these surveys. This testing is at $80 + Gst per hole tested. If we feel that should be performed on this home we will tell you in writing below. Have we used thermal imaging in the production of this report? yes - a print sheet of images is enclosed Was a hygrometer used in assessing this home? yes What moisture sensors were used in creating this report? Extech M295 000354 18/20 Thomson Street -6-
Testing Procedures Question  Response  Details  This is where we explain how we tested and evaluated this home. As standar...
Question Response Details Limitations of what we can find. By an inspections very nature, we spend less time assessing the home, than the builders spent building it. By the act of building walls, floors and ceilings, parts of the house are hidden away from practical inspection. Our mission, is to get the house to reveal its condition and workings through the use of our experience and equipment. We do not open walls, floors and ceilings without written permission during a standard inspection. We do not search for dry rot, we can not see through walls, we do not comment on electrical or plumbing, other than to comment on what we can see. We can not, without drilling comment on moisture content deep in the base plates against the cladding. We do not generally, walk on the roof, climb in the attic, or inspect every inch of the basement. A roof may have over 1800 screws holding down the long run, there may be over 1000 tiles on a roof, the roof may not be possible to walk on or access, without scaffolding, or the lightweight tiles may be so light, that carefully walking on them creates permanent damage. We choose to leave professional roof inspections to licensed roofers, however, we will comment on what we can see and with thermal imaging, we can comment if there is any current water damage symptoms, that allow us to show you there are roof leaks present. Again, while we may access the attic space to see what we can, without physically removing the insulation, we feel it is not possible to truly assess the attic space, plus we have the risk of putting our feet through the ceiling by mistake. So again, we utilise our equipment to assess at a distance to locate any leaks or anomalies that indicate a building failure. If failures are detected, we will enter to locate the issue and confirm its cause. We will not necessarily find, any and all leaks which may be small, formative or weather dependent, but we are sure to locate all significant moisture issues within the house in all the areas we can access. 000354 18/20 Thomson Street -7-
Question  Response  Details  Limitations of what we can    nd. By an inspections very nature, we spend less time assessing...
Building Structure Question Response Is the home a monoclad home? The type of monoclad is Details yes direct fix hardies sheet with textured coating Is the home using brick or masonry construction? no Is the home weatherboard no The underfloor construction is concrete pad The framing style is timber framing The roof style is lightweight steel tiles The eaves are protecting the wall Are there decks present attached to the house? no The ground / path to cladding junction built under the previous building code The roof complexity is simple The building envelope complexity is simple Flashings are present The gutters are present and working Did thermal Imaging show insulation installed in walls and ceilings? Yes, in both walls and ceilings Heating on site is electric Are there pictures to show? 000354 18/20 Thomson Street Yes -8-
Building Structure Question  Response  Is the home a monoclad home  The type of monoclad is  Details  yes direct    x hard...
Internal Rooms Question Response Details Room 1 entry What is the flooring? carpet Is plumbing present? no What is the heating or ventilation? none present What is the condition of the room? good condition What else is present? single pane glazing, light switches in good condition What cooking facilities are present? none present What is the moisture situation? the room is a dry occupancy, the room is currently dry We're environmental readings taken? Yes Room 2 living room What is the flooring? carpet Is plumbing present? no What is the heating or ventilation? none present What is the condition of the room? good condition, carpet worn and tired, normal wear and tear, a dry occupancy What else is present? single pane glazing, light switches in good condition, power outlets working What cooking facilities are present? none present What is the moisture situation? the room is a dry occupancy, the room is currently dry We're environmental readings taken? Yes Room 3 kitchen What is the flooring? vinyl Is plumbing present? PVC 000354 18/20 Thomson Street -9-
Internal Rooms Question  Response  Details  Room 1 entry What is the    ooring   carpet  Is plumbing present   no  What is...
Question Response Details What is the heating or ventilation? none present What is the condition of the room? good condition What else is present? built in storage, single pane glazing, light switches in good condition, power outlets working What cooking facilities are present? electric stove, electric oven, manufactured bench top What is the moisture situation? the room is a dry occupancy, the room is currently dry We're environmental readings taken? Yes Room 4 bedroom rear What is the flooring? carpet Is plumbing present? no What is the heating or ventilation? none present What is the condition of the room? good condition What else is present? light switches in good condition, power outlets working What cooking facilities are present? none present What is the moisture situation? the room is a dry occupancy, the room is currently dry We're environmental readings taken? Yes Room 5 room 5 bedroom rear What is the flooring? carpet Is plumbing present? no What is the heating or ventilation? none present What is the condition of the room? good condition What else is present? built in storage, single pane glazing, light switches in good condition, power outlets working What cooking facilities are present? none present What is the moisture situation? the room is a dry occupancy, the room is currently dry 000354 18/20 Thomson Street - 10 -
Question  Response  Details  What is the heating or ventilation   none present  What is the condition of the room   good c...
Question We're environmental readings taken? Response Details Yes Room 6 bathroom What is the flooring? vinyl Is plumbing present? PVC , toilet, vanity, shower, bath What is the heating or ventilation? none present What is the condition of the room? good condition What else is present? single pane glazing, light switches in good condition What cooking facilities are present? none present What is the moisture situation? the room is a dry occupancy, the room is currently dry We're environmental readings taken? 000354 18/20 Thomson Street Yes - 11 -
Question We re environmental readings taken   Response  Details  Yes  Room 6 bathroom What is the    ooring   vinyl  Is pl...
Laundry Question Response Is a washing machine and / or dryer present? yes Is the dryer vented externally Details no Is there any evidence of current leaks? Safe The water pressure is good The water is heated by electricity 000354 18/20 Thomson Street - 12 -
Laundry Question  Response  Is a washing machine and   or dryer present   yes  Is the dryer vented externally  Details  no...
Garage Question Response Details The garage can fit one car, the laundry, has plenty of storage The condition of the garage is in good condition, powered opener seen The garage door is electric garage door The moisture condition of the garage is the room is a moist occupancy, the room is currently dry Are there any pictures to highlight? 000354 18/20 Thomson Street Yes - 13 -
Garage Question  Response  Details  The garage can    t  one car, the laundry, has plenty of storage  The condition of the...
Basement Area Question Response Is there a basement area? no Did we see underfloor insulation? Details No Would the house benefit from polyethylene ground cover being placed over any exposed ground? 000354 18/20 Thomson Street no - 14 -
Basement Area Question  Response  Is there a basement area   no  Did we see under   oor insulation   Details  No  Would th...
Property Question Response Details The house is impacted by southerly winds, vegetation that blocks the sun Fencing is in good condition The section will require regular maintenance Other things to note are patio, privacy 000354 18/20 Thomson Street - 15 -
Property Question  Response  Details  The house is impacted by  southerly winds, vegetation that blocks the sun  Fencing i...
Recommendations Question Response Details spray annually to remove lichen cut plants back and away from the house Single pane glass can mean more condensation - think of installing a PIV system Take a few minutes to clean out the aluminium weep holes, this will prevent water entering your wall area. Consider the advantages of a shower dome in reducing condensation. Instead of installing double glazing consider "enerlogic film", the same results at a third of the price. Have the painter seal minor cracks and gaps during your next paint. 000354 18/20 Thomson Street - 16 -
Recommendations Question  Response  Details  spray annually to remove lichen cut plants back and away from the house Singl...
MBIE Risk Profile Question Response Details The six risk factor categories included in the E2/AS1 risk matrix relate to aspects of design that have been proven to affect the weathertightness of a building: Wind zone – Wind drives rain against a building and increases the potential for leaks, in particular at high, very high or extra high levels. Number of storeys – Taller buildings have more wall area exposed to wind and rain and water running over vulnerable areas such as window and door openings or junctions; taller buildings are also less likely to be sheltered by neighbouring buildings or vegetation. Roof and wall intersection design – Junctions between roofs and walls are potential sources of leaks and are often difficult to detail and build, meaning the risk of failure is higher than for less exposed junctions. Eaves width – Eaves provide shelter to the walls of a building and reduce the wetted area during rain; narrower eaves, or no eaves, mean less shelter and therefore greater risk. Envelope complexity – Complex buildings have more junctions and often more penetrations in the cladding for windows and other elements, creating increased risk of leaks. These details may be more difficult to design and build than simpler forms, so the risk of failure is greater. Deck design – Waterproof decks and solid balconies provide catchment areas for rain and so are potential sources of leaks. These risks are greater for cantilevered decks that penetrate the cladding and for decks with no upper storey, which are more exposed to the elements. Waterproof decks are also difficult to detail and build, increasing the risk of failure. 000354 18/20 Thomson Street - 17 -
MBIE Risk Pro   le Question  Response  Details  The six risk factor categories included in the E2 AS1 risk matrix relate t...
Limitations of Inspections. Question Response Details Often, some problems only happen at certain times of the year, when winds, weather or water are present. Assessing at times, when these factors are not present, will not allow us to find these issues that may be present, days, weeks or months after we were on site. The Inspection enclosed, is of what we could assess, while on site on the date on the front of this report. Other Practical limitations are: 1. Non invasive moisture scanners provide relative readings 2 to 4 cm’s deep. 2. Non invasive scanners can return false positives respond from wires, pipes, and metallic building materials in the walls. 3. Pin probes provide accurate moisture content readings 10mm’s deep. 4. Thermal cameras do not se through walls or detect moisture. 5. Moisture levels rise and fall in relation to temperature and relative humidity. 6. It is not possible time wise to check every roof tile or nail head on a roof. A roofer is the best qualified person to inspect a roof. 7. Without removing the insulation, it’s impossible to assess a ceiling space fully. 8. Cladding that includes cementious materials often returns wet readings, when it’s dry. 9. Without scaffolding it’s difficult to assess all guttering and roof edges. 10. Often the house will have possessions and furniture blocking areas, so we can't see, reach or assess these areas. 11. We do not assess electrical or plumbing work, these require registered trade people in these areas. If you require, a full invasive moisture inspection, whereby we test the moisture content of the framing at up to 10 cm's deep up against the cladding, we are certified and competent to conduct this style of inspection for you. We will require the written permission of the home owner in advance, as we will be making holes into the skirting and framing materials of the home. 000354 18/20 Thomson Street - 18 -
Limitations of Inspections. Question  Response  Details  Often, some problems only happen at certain times of the year, wh...
Why Buildings Leak Question Response Details When a building leaks, it is often difficult to identify where water has got through the cladding, as water can track within the structure. This is usually through the effects of gravity, which can move water a significant distance from where it first entered. Investigations of failed buildings have identified that the majority of leaks occur through wall claddings, and a number of high-risk details and design features have been identified. While roofs have not tended to feature in failure statistics, they still need to be detailed and constructed accurately. The most common areas where water has been found to penetrate the cladding are at: 1. joints and junctions at cladding penetrations (particularly around windows and doors) 2. junctions between different cladding materials 3. joints in the cladding 4. parapet and solid balcony walls 5. service penetrations (pipes and meter boxes) 6. structural penetrations 7. movement cracks in the cladding (particularly at joints and in monolithic finishes, between weatherboards, and mortar work ibetween bricks) 8. roof-to-wall junctions 9. absorption through the cladding. While many leaks are a result of rain being driven against a building exterior at variable pressures, angles and directions (by wind), many buildings have leaked in calm conditions where water has entered the building through the effects of gravity (particularly when water has been allowed to pond on flat surfaces). If your building has a roof, walls , doors or windows, you can expect it to get a leak at some stage in its lifetime, install any plumbing inside, and its guaranteed to happen. Your responsibility is to keep the external paint system in good condition. Have the painters check around doors and windows for any cracks and gaps to be filled. Soft wash the house annually to remove residues and clean the painted surfaces. Spray with sodium hypochlorite to remove lichen annually. Have a roofer visit, when it's time to paint, to check penetrations on the roof, and the condition of the roofing materials. If you have cares and concerns and do not know who to ask for quotes, feel free to contact us and we will be happy to assist you with recommendations and advice. plus, you may be able to access our trade rates for repair work or materials, with different suppliers. 000354 18/20 Thomson Street - 19 -
Why Buildings Leak Question  Response  Details  When a building leaks, it is often di   cult to identify where water has g...
How to Clean Aluminium Joinery Question Response Details Blocked aluminium joinery weep holes, and aluminium joinery without flashings, is in our opinion, the biggest contributor to moisture entry into the average kiwi home. Most homes we inspect, will have at least a few windows, with blocked weep holes. At the Auckland University Symposium on Leaky Homes in 2005, speakers commented on how up to 20% of Joinery delivered onsite is already failing allowing water into the joinery. The good news is that when unblocked and cleaned out, the moisture content can return to normal within about 90 days. To clean a weep hole, get a low cost pipe cleaner, and insert in the condensation holes on the left and right hand side of the windows, move it until the blockage clears, then poor some water into the condensation tray to see the water flow freely, from inside to outside. Continue cleaning till this is achieved. In most case, this will cure the problem, but depending on the length of time the weep hole has been blocked, it is possible for the wooden sill and framing, around the window to be damaged, with decay present. Our opinion at Steam Ltd is, providing the weep hole is flowing freely, and there is no further water entry from water externally, and if the wood strength is at 80 - 85% of the original timber condition, the dry sill and framing will continue to perform the function it was designed to do. If, however the wood has rotted away, it will be necessary to open the wall internally, in the areas around the windows, to check the actual extent of timber damage. And then base a remediation plan after a visual inspection. Steam Ltd can undertake this further testing for you on request. But in the first instance, just clean the weep hole! Joinery manufacturers make it a requirement for owners to do this every 6 months, if owners want to make a claim under warranty. 000354 18/20 Thomson Street - 20 -
How to Clean Aluminium Joinery Question  Response  Details  Blocked aluminium joinery weep holes, and aluminium joinery wi...
Understanding Moisture Results Question Response Details Enclosed within the report, there are photos showing the environmental readings and moisture content within the materials tested. The Extech M295 tests moisture content 20 mm's into the building materials, but no deeper. Readings under 20% moisture content would generally be considered safe. Readings between 20% to 24% would be considered too high, and of concern. Readings over 24% would indicate there is moisture damage occurring, and that if the wood stays saturated decay would occur. Naturally, there are exceptions, and what is mentioned above applies to pine wood. Native timbers are more dense than pine, so they return higher readings naturally, but may be at no danger of decay. Non invasive moisture meters can also return false positives, with higher readings being triggered by wires, nails, concrete, pipes and metallic building to name a few things. In looking at thermal images, please understand, that all pictures bear no relation in colour results to each other. Blue does not mean water, it merely indicates the cooler temperatures in that image. Unless otherwise stated - all images are acceptable as normal with no issues. We will indicate any images of interest or concern. Environmental Readings Ideally, relative humidity will be between 35% to 65%. This is a comfortable band for humans to live in. Recording temperature and relative humidity, allows us to calculate the equilibrium moisture content. The equilibrium moisture content tells us what the moisture content of the wood should be in each room tested. The equilibrium moisture content rises and falls with changes in temperature and humidity. Without calculating the relationship between temperature and relative humidity, it would not be possible to comment accurately about the moisture content within your home. In most New Zealand homes, you can expect equilibrium moisture content to be between 11% to 15% on most days. 000354 18/20 Thomson Street - 21 -
Understanding Moisture Results Question  Response  Details  Enclosed within the report, there are photos showing the envir...
Environmental Readings Question Response Details Dry / Moist / Wet Occupancies By calculating vapor pressure, which requires the use of a hygrometer, we can determine the moisture balance in a room, or a house. A dry occupancy is where, moisture in and out is balanced. A moist occupancy is where, there is slightly more moisture in than moisture out, this is common in bathrooms, basements and kitchens. A wet occupancy is where, there is a much greater presence of moisture in than moisture out. 000354 18/20 Thomson Street - 22 -
Environmental Readings Question  Response  Details  Dry   Moist   Wet Occupancies By calculating vapor pressure, which req...
18/20 THOMSON STREET Tuesday, 3 November 2015 Noted 71 Observations Mike Winton. IICRC Certified Technician Steam Limited. www.triplecheck.kiwi
18 20 THOMSON STREET Tuesday, 3 November 2015 Noted 71 Observations  Mike Winton. IICRC Certi   ed Technician Steam Limite...
1 Gully beneath metal plate 2 Gully 3 Front door Page 2 of 25
1 Gully beneath metal plate  2 Gully  3 Front door  Page 2 of 25
4 Door bell 5 Utilities 6 Powered door Page 3 of 25
4 Door bell  5 Utilities  6 Powered door  Page 3 of 25
7 Laundry sink 8 Washing machine 9 Environmental readings Page 4 of 25
7 Laundry sink  8 Washing machine  9 Environmental readings  Page 4 of 25
10 Environmental readings 11 Environmental readings 12 Environmental readings Page 5 of 25
10 Environmental readings  11 Environmental readings  12 Environmental readings  Page 5 of 25
13 Modern electrical board 14 Steps 15 Cladding touches ground Page 6 of 25
13 Modern electrical board  14 Steps  15 Cladding touches ground  Page 6 of 25
16 Fence attached to cladding 17 As previous 18 Eaves protect wall Page 7 of 25
16 Fence attached to cladding  17 As previous  18 Eaves protect wall  Page 7 of 25
19 Safe moisture level 20 Vegetation 21 Overgrown rear vegetation Page 8 of 25
19 Safe moisture level  20 Vegetation  21 Overgrown rear vegetation  Page 8 of 25
22 Acceptable moisture level 23 Acceptable moisture level 24 Page 9 of 25
22 Acceptable moisture level  23 Acceptable moisture level  24  Page 9 of 25
25 Acceptable moisture level 26 Damaged carpet 27 Acceptable moisture level Page 10 of 25
25 Acceptable moisture level  26 Damaged carpet  27 Acceptable moisture level  Page 10 of 25
28 Environmental readings 29 Environmental readings 30 Acceptable moisture level Page 11 of 25
28 Environmental readings  29 Environmental readings  30 Acceptable moisture level  Page 11 of 25
31 Acceptable moisture level 32 Bay window kitchen 33 Acceptable moisture level Below extractor Page 12 of 25
31 Acceptable moisture level  32 Bay window kitchen  33 Acceptable moisture level Below extractor  Page 12 of 25
34 Electric stove 35 Acceptable moisture level 36 Acceptable moisture level Page 13 of 25
34 Electric stove  35 Acceptable moisture level  36 Acceptable moisture level  Page 13 of 25
37 PVC plumbing 38 Acceptable moisture level 39 Acceptable moisture level Page 14 of 25
37 PVC plumbing  38 Acceptable moisture level  39 Acceptable moisture level  Page 14 of 25
40 Acceptable moisture level 41 Acceptable moisture level 42 Environmental readings Page 15 of 25
40 Acceptable moisture level  41 Acceptable moisture level  42 Environmental readings  Page 15 of 25
43 Environmental readings 44 Environmental readings 45 Environmental readings Page 16 of 25
43 Environmental readings  44 Environmental readings  45 Environmental readings  Page 16 of 25
46 Bathroom 47 Heated towel rail 48 Tap wear Page 17 of 25
46 Bathroom  47 Heated towel rail  48 Tap wear  Page 17 of 25
49 Bath 50 Skylight 51 Vanity Page 18 of 25
49 Bath  50 Skylight  51 Vanity  Page 18 of 25
52 Wall heater 53 Acceptable moisture level 54 Acceptable moisture level Page 19 of 25
52 Wall heater  53 Acceptable moisture level  54 Acceptable moisture level  Page 19 of 25
55 Acceptable moisture level 56 Acceptable moisture level 57 PVC plumbing Page 20 of 25
55 Acceptable moisture level  56 Acceptable moisture level  57 PVC plumbing  Page 20 of 25
58 Door needs a clean 59 Environmental readings 60 Environmental readings Page 21 of 25
58 Door needs a clean  59 Environmental readings  60 Environmental readings  Page 21 of 25
61 Environmental readings 62 Acceptable moisture level 63 Acceptable moisture level Page 22 of 25
61 Environmental readings  62 Acceptable moisture level  63 Acceptable moisture level  Page 22 of 25
64 65 Acceptable moisture level 66 Bedroom 2 facing entry Page 23 of 25
64  65 Acceptable moisture level  66 Bedroom 2 facing entry  Page 23 of 25
67 Rear bedroom 68 Stairs to kitchen 69 Carpet is loose Page 24 of 25
67 Rear bedroom  68 Stairs to kitchen  69 Carpet is loose  Page 24 of 25
70 Touch up required 71 Looking back at unit Page 25 of 25
70 Touch up required  71 Looking back at unit  Page 25 of 25
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