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    • Eagle Eye Inspection LLCGeneral Information DeWitt-WooddaleBuilding DescriptionAttribute Description / Type Address / CommentsAge (approximate) 10-15 years 140 WooddaleArea (approximate) 2850 square feet Vine Grove, Kentucky, 40175 Date of Inspection: 9-26-2012Building type Single family, tri-level Single family, two story a Single family, ranch See commentsConstruction Not applicable Frame Brick a Modular, steel frameAdditional Building Description/ CommentsMLS discibes home as "triplewide home with approx.2816 sq ft.on permanent foundation". This is factually inaccurate, the mobilehome rests on concrete blocks, not a permanenet foundation. There is decorative stone around the bottom of the home which looksvery much like a stone foundation but this is purely asthetics in nature.Note: red boxes throughout this report indicating damage or items marked as needing repair may result in further damage or maypresent a health or safety hazard if not repaired.Client InformationName Mike DeWittAddressPhone(s) E-mailBuyers agentPhone(s) E-mailSellers agentPhone(s) E-mailLockbox/OtherNotes/ Special InstructionsI am proud of my service, and trust that you will be happy with the quality of my report. I have made every effort to provideyou with an accurate assessment of thecondition of the property and its components and to alert you to any significant defects or adverse conditions. However, I may not have tested every outlet, andopened every window and door, or identified every problem. Also because my inspection is essentiallyvisual, latent defects could exist. I cannot see behind walls.Therefore, you should not regard my inspection as a guarantee or warranty. It is simply a report on the general condition of a property at a given point in time. As ahomeowner you should expect problems to occur. Roofs will leak, basements may have water problems, and systems fail without warning. I cannot predict futureevents. For these reasons, you should keep a comprehensive insurance policy current. This report is only supplemental to a sellers disclosure.Weather at time of inspectionTemperature Start Time General Conditions 77° Fahrenheit 14:30 Partly sunny©1999-2009 MSI International, Inc. BestInspectors.Net™
    • Eagle Eye Inspection LLCUtilities DeWitt-Wooddale I = Inspected NI = Not Inspected NP = Not Present R = Repair Needed D = Defective Item Item I NI NP R D Comments a Electric Public utility a Natural gas Public utility a Back-up gas Public utility a Propane Public utility a Water Public utility a Deep well Private Utility a Point well Private Utility a Generator Private Utility a Solar Private Utility a Septic Private Utility This has not been cleaned out in 4 yrs according to the disclosure, I would highly recommend having this cleaned out prior to moving in.Photos and Additional Comments©1999-2009 MSI International B est I nspectors . N et ™
    • Eagle Eye Inspection LLCGrounds DeWitt-Wooddale I = Inspected NI = Not Inspected NP = Not Present R = Repair Needed D = Defective Item Condition I NI NP R D Comments a Driveway and sidewalks a Front yard a Front porch and rear porch a Side yards a Back yard a Trees and shrubs a Grade Back yard grade leads toward the garage, there is evidence of flooding on the walls. The day of the inspection there were puddles in the garage. A swale should be dug to divert water. a Drainage and sewersPhotos and Additional Comments©1999-2009 B est I nspectors . N et ™
    • Eagle Eye Inspection LLCRoof DeWitt-WooddaleCovering and Structure I = Inspected NI = Not Inspected NP = Not Present R = Repair Needed D = Defective Item Condition I NI NP R D Comments a a a Shingles The shingles installed are dimensional shingles. This is probably not the best choice for the 2/12 slope. There is a missing shingle and deterioration in the valleys. And the overall installation appears shoddy, further evaluation by a professional roofer is highly recommended. a Underlayment a a a Roof deck Roof deck is sagging is several areas and appears that it is only 1/2". The sattelite dish mounted to the roof should be removed and the holes repaired, these are known to cause leaks in the roofing system. a Flashing a Ventilation a Drip and rake edges a Gutters, downspouts a Age/ remaining life At least TWO years remaining life can be reasonably expected based on normal life expectancy and condition at the time of the inspection.Photos and Additional Comments©1999-2009 MSI International B est I nspectors . N et ™
    • Eagle Eye Inspection LLCStructure DeWitt-Wooddaleand Exterior I = Inspected NI = Not Inspected NP = Not Present R = Repair Needed D = Defective Item Condition I NI NP R D Comments a Siding a Fascia, soffits, trim a a Doors There is no screen in the front/storm door, this door does not latch correctly either. a Windows a Lintels a Building wrap a Water faucets a Window wells, crawl space ventsPhotos and Additional Comments©1999-2009 MSI International, Inc. B est I nspectors . N et ™
    • Eagle Eye Inspection LLCGarage DeWitt-Wooddale I = Inspected NI = Not Inspected NP = Not Present R = Repair Needed D = Defective Item I NI NP R D Comments a a Siding On the garage there are a few pcs of siding that are not attached properly, and there is a gap in the jchannel near the shed that could allow moisture intrusions a a Fascia, soffits, trim There is no fascia cover and missing soffet on the rear of the garage. Some of the wood (peak of fascia) has been replaced by diriving screw through the shingles. a Service Door(s) a Window(s) a Overhead door(s) a Safety eye(s) a a Roof There is a dramatic difference between the 2 sections, Several shingles are missing on the decking and the ridge cap. Shingles are nearing the end of their life cycle and will need to be replaced soon. a a a Electrical There are several open j boxes in the garage which are safety hazards. The furnace has romex wire nutted to a cord, (not fused disconnect or switch). There is also no propane tank, the funace states that it is for NG, and there is no sediment trap installed.Further evaluation by a professional electrician/HVAC tech should be done before using this furnace.Photos and Additional Comments©1999-2009 MSI International B est I nspectors . N et ™
    • Eagle Eye Inspection LLCFoundation DeWitt-Wooddale I = Inspected NI = Not Inspected NP = Not Present R = Repair Needed D = Defective Item I NI NP R D Comments a Foundation walls Unlike the MLS listing, there is no permanent foundation. The home rests on concrete blocks. a Support beam a Floor joists a Beam pockets a Support posts a Rim joist(s) a Sump pump a LintelsPhotos and Additional Comments©1999-2009 MSI International B est I nspectors . N et ™
    • Eagle Eye Inspection LLCFireplace DeWitt-Wooddale I = Inspected NI = Not Inspected NP = Not Present R = Repair Needed D = Defective Item I NI NP R D Comments a Location a Clearance a Firebox a Flue damper a Flue a a Gas supply There is no source of gas for the use of the fireplace. a Heatilator a Hearth (firebox floor) a Doors a MantlePhotos and Additional Comments©1999-2009 MSI International B est I nspectors . N et ™
    • Eagle Eye Inspection LLCBedrooms DeWitt-Wooddale I = Inspected NI = Not Inspected NP = Not Present R = Repair Needed D = Defective Item Item I NI NP R D Comments a Master bedroom Doors and windows a Master bedroom Floor a Master bedroom Walls and ceiling a Master bedroom Closet a Master bedroom Electrical and lighting a a Bedroom 2 Doors and windows There is no return air duct or vent, this could lead to the room not being properly heated or cooled. a Bedroom 2 Floor a Bedroom 2 Walls and ceiling a Bedroom 2 Closet a Bedroom 2 Electrical and lightingPhotos and Additional Comments©1999-2009 MSI International B est I nspectors . N et ™
    • Eagle Eye Inspection LLCBedrooms DeWitt-Wooddale I = Inspected NI = Not Inspected NP = Not Present R = Repair Needed D = Defective Item Item I NI NP R D Comments a Bedroom 3 Doors and windows There is no return air duct or vent, this could lead to the room not being properly heated or cooled. a Bedroom 3 Floor a Bedroom 3 Walls and ceiling a Bedroom 3 Closet a Bedroom 3 Electrical and lighting a Bedroom 4 Doors and windows a Bedroom 4 Floor a Bedroom 4 Walls and ceiling a Bedroom 4 Closet a Bedroom 4 Electrical and lightingPhotos and Additional Comments©1999-2009 MSI International B est I nspectors . N et ™
    • Eagle Eye Inspection LLCInterior DeWitt-Wooddale I = Inspected NI = Not Inspected NP = Not Present R = Repair Needed D = Defective Item Item I NI NP R D Comments a Interior living spaces Doors a Interior living spaces Windows a Interior living spaces Walls a Interior living spaces Ceilings a Interior living spaces Floors a Interior living spaces Electrical and lighting a Interior living spaces Attachments a Interior living spaces Cabinets and Trim a Interior living spaces Window treatments a Interior living spaces LocksPhotos and Additional Comments©1999-2009 MSI International B est I nspectors . N et ™
    • Eagle Eye Inspection LLCBathrooms DeWitt-Wooddale I = Inspected NI = Not Inspected NP = Not Present R = Repair Needed D = Defective Item Item I NI NP R D Comments a Master bathroom Toilet a Master bathroom Shower and bathtub a Master bathroom Plumbing a Master bathroom Electrical and lighting a Master bathroom Windows, walls, doors, floor, ceiling a Bathroom 2 Toilet a Bathroom 2 Shower and bathtub a Bathroom 2 Plumbing a Bathroom 2 Electrical and lighting a Bathroom 2 Windows, walls, doors, floor, ceilingPhotos and Additional Comments©1999-2009 MSI International B est I nspectors . N et ™
    • Eagle Eye Inspection LLCKitchen DeWitt-Wooddale I = Inspected NI = Not Inspected NP = Not Present R = Repair Needed D = Defective Item Item I NI NP R D Comments a a Kitchen Cabinets Many of the kitchen cabinet hinges are failing and will need to be replaced. a Kitchen Counter tops and sink a Kitchen Plumbing a a Kitchen Electrical and lighting One of the flourescent lighting fixtures in the kitchen is not working. a Kitchen Windows and doors a Kitchen Walls and ceiling a Kitchen Floor a a Kitchen Stove/oven There are no racks in the oven, these could be costly and/or hard to find. a Kitchen Dishwasher a Kitchen Refrigerator There is an icemaker but no waterline run, This may indicate that there is a problem with the ice maker.Photos and Additional Comments©1999-2009 MSI International B est I nspectors . N et ™
    • Eagle Eye Inspection LLCUtility Room DeWitt-Wooddale I = Inspected NI = Not Inspected NP = Not Present R = Repair Needed D = Defective Item Item I NI NP R D Comments a Utility room Cabinets a Utility room Counter tops and sink a Utility room Plumbing a Utility room Electrical and lighting a Utility room Windows and doors a Utility room Floor a Utility room Walls and ceiling a Utility room a Utility room a Utility roomPhotos and Additional Comments©1999-2009 MSI International B est I nspectors . N et ™
    • Eagle Eye Inspection LLCPlumbing DeWitt-Wooddale I = Inspected NI = Not Inspected NP = Not Present R = Repair Needed D = Defective Item I NI NP R D Comments a Meter and Main shut-off valve(s) a Gas meter a Vents a a a Drainage The drain leading from the masterbath is tied up with romex, some of which has come loose causing the drain line to sag in different areas. This could cause slow drainage or backups. A professional plumber should further evaluate this situation. a Distribution piping a Fittings a Valves a Whole house filterPhotos and Additional Comments©1999-2009 MSI International B est I nspectors . N et ™
    • Eagle Eye Inspection LLCWater Heater DeWitt-Wooddale I = Inspected NI = Not Inspected NP = Not Present R = Repair Needed D = Defective Item I NI NP R D Comments a Water piping, valves, and fittings a Gas piping, valves, and fittings a Temperature/Pressure Relief Valve a Drain a Enclosure and pan a Controls a Age Unknown a Capacity 40 US GallonsPhotos and Additional Comments©1999-2009 MSI International B est I nspectors . N et ™
    • Eagle Eye Inspection LLCHeating DeWitt-Wooddale I = Inspected NI = Not Inspected NP = Not Present R = Repair Needed D = Defective Item I NI NP R D Comments a Gas piping, valves, and fittings a Heat exchanger a Blower a Controls a Humidifier a Flue a Age 2002 MLS also lists the heater as a heat pump, this is also inaccurate the home has an electric furnace and a split system central air conditioning system. a Output Capacity UnknownPhotos and Additional Comments©1999-2009 MSI International B est I nspectors . N et ™
    • Eagle Eye Inspection LLCCooling DeWitt-Wooddale I = Inspected NI = Not Inspected NP = Not Present R = Repair Needed D = Defective Item I NI NP R D Comments a Condenser coil/ housing a Evaporator coil a Fan a Controls a Refrigerant lines a Output Capacity 4 ton The AC unit is oversized for the home, this will lead to short cycling and will not properly reduce the humidity in the home. a Age 2002 a General condition/ comments Ac unit was working fine the day of the inspectionPhotos and Additional Comments©1999-2009 MSI International B est I nspectors . N et ™
    • Eagle Eye Inspection LLCElectrical DeWitt-Wooddale I = Inspected NI = Not Inspected NP = Not Present R = Repair Needed D = Defective Item I NI NP R D Comments a Service entrance cable/conduit a Main panel a Main breaker/disconnect 200 amp a Made electrode - Water line a Made electrode - Ground rod a Branch circuits a GFCI breakers a AFCI breakersPhotos and Additional Comments©1999-2009 MSI International B est I nspectors . N et ™
    • Eagle Eye Inspection LLCSummaryMLS discibes home as "triplewide home with approx.2816 sq ft.on permanent foundation". This is factuallyinaccurate, the mobile home rests on concrete blocks, not a permanenet foundation. There is decorativestone around the bottom of the home which looks very much like a stone foundation but is merely skirting onThe shingles installed are dimensional shingles. This is probably not the best choice for the 2/12 slope. Thereis a missing shingle and deterioration in the valleys. And the overall installation appears shoddy, furtherevaluation by a professional roofer is highly recommended.Roof deck is sagging is several areas and appears that it is only 1/2".There is no screen in the front/storm door, this door does not latch correctly either.There are several open j boxes in the garage which are safety hazards. The furnace has romex wire nutted toa cord, (not fused disconnect or switch). There is also no propane tank, the funace states that it is for NG,and there is no sediment trap installed.Further evaluation by a professional electrician/HVAC tech should beThere is a dramatic difference between the 2 roof sections on the garage, Several shingles are missing on thedecking and the ridge cap. Shingles are nearing the end of their life cycle and will need to be replaced soon.On the garage there are a few pcs of siding that are not attached properly, and there is a gap in the jchannelnear the shed that could allow moisture intrusionsThere is no fascia cover and missing soffet on the rear of the garage. Some of the wood (peak of fascia) hasbeen replaced by diriving screw through the shingles.There is no source of gas for the use of the fireplace.One of the flourescent lighting fixtures in the kitchen is not working.There are no racks in the oven, these could be costly and/or hard to find.There is an icemaker but no waterline run, This may indicate that there is a problem with the ice maker.The drain leading from the masterbath is tied up with romex, some of which has come loose causing thedrain line to sag in different areas. This could cause slow drainage or backups. A professional plumber shouldMLS also lists the heater as a heat pump, this is also inaccurate the home has an electric furnace and a splitsystem central air conditioning system.The AC unit is oversized for the home, this will lead to short cycling and will not properly reduce the humidityThere is no return air duct or vent in the non master bedrooms, this could lead to the room not beingproperly heated or cooled.You are advised to seek two professional opinions and acquire estimates of repair as to any defects,comments, improvements or recommendations mentioned in this report. I recommend that the professionalmaking any repairs inspect the property further, in order to discover and repair problems that were notidentified in the report. I recommend that all repairs, corrections, and cost estimates be completed anddocumented prior to closing or purchasing the property. Feel free to hire other professionals to inspect the