I know it doesn't look like much but this was a roof on a brand new home. These things arent visible from the ground and every home inspector SHOULD ATTEMPT to walk each roof if they can reach it. Check out the water bottle cap holding the valley shingles up. At least we know the roofers were well hydrated. 😂😂
Took this today of an irrigation system running. Please make sure your rain sensor at your control box is not bypassed since we are getting tons of rain. If you do not have a rain sensor turn your system off.
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I think it is about time for a new air filter and some duct cleaning. This was not visible to a buyer walking through the home. Only a licensed home inspector is allowed to look for these types of defects by removing covers. Give me a call to schedule your home inspection: 281-906-7168.
People often ask if they should get a brand new home inspected. Well.....if you enjoy possible carbon monoxide poisoning you can skip the inspection. This was at a brand new home. Water heater vents were not even connected. Where do you think the carbon monoxide was being vented to? In the ATTIC.
Even if you have owned your home for a while you should check your water heaters out monthly ESPECIALLY if they are in the attic. You do not want to come home to a wet surprise.