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Four-Point Insurance Inspection Report

Date of inspection Property's address: Property's city, state, zip code: Type of home: Type of construction: Type of foundation: Number of stories: Approximate total square feet: Approximate total living area: Approximate age of home: Client/owner's name: Insurance company/policy number: Inspector's name: InterNACHI ID number: Inspector's signature: Inspector's company name: Inspector's address: Inspector's city, state, zip code: Inspector's email address: Inspector's phone number:

January 4, 2007 123 Maple Street Miami, Florida 33128 Single family Masonry Slab 1 2400 1450 22 Joe Homeowner

Citizens John H. Inspectorinsky NACHI04030201

John H. Inspectorinsky

John's Inspection Connection 456 Walnut Street Fort Lauderdale, Florida 30847 [email protected] (954) 456-7890

Note: A Four-Point Insurance Inspection is typically performed for a homeowner when requested by their insurance company to obtain a new insurance policy or renewing an existing policy. A Four-Point Insurance Inspection is far less in scope than a standard home inspection. This Four­ Point Insurance Inspection is a limited, visual survey of the heating/air conditioning, roof, electrical and plumbing systems.

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Heating/Air Conditioning:

Types of heating systems: Estimated age of heating systems: Heating systems upgraded? Year? Fuel tank located? Condition of heating systems: Heating system comments: Types of cooling systems: Estimated age of cooling systems: Cooling systems upgraded? Condition of cooling systems: Cooling system comments:

Heat pump 10 years Yes 2003 N/A Good shape overall programmable thermostat Heat pump 10 No Good condition


Number of bathrooms: Overall water pressure? Main supply line material: Main waste/vent material: Fixture supply line material: Fixture drain line material: Shut off valves present? Water heater location? Water heater fuel type? Approximate age of water heater: TPR valve present? Fire sprinkler system present? Freeze hazards noticed? Polybutylene noticed? Plumbing leaks noticed? Recent plumbing upgrades? Year? Overall plumbing condition: Plumbing comments:

2.5 Strong Copper ABS Copper ABS Yes, at each fixture and main near entrance In laundry room Electric 17 years old. New one will be needed soon. Yes, but discharge line is short. None noticed None noticed No. None noticed New kitchen sink with garbage disposal 2001 Good Time to change water heater

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Roof style: Type of roof covering: Estimated age of roof covering: Number of shingle layers: Type of sheathing: Flashing damage noticed? Missing shingles or covering? Truss or rafter damage noticed? Evidence of active leaks? Estimated life expectancy: Roof comments:

Gable Shingles 4 years. Owner showed me roofing documents. 1 Plywood, nailed to trusses. No No No None 20 years Good shape


Service amps: Size of service sufficient? Fuses or Circuit breakers? Main panel location: Panel ground observed? GFCIs present where required? AFCIs present in bedrooms? Aluminum branch circuits? Active knob and tube wiring? Exposed or unsafe wiring noticed? Recent upgrades? Year? Overall electrical system condition: Electrical comments:

200 AMPS Yes Breakers Garage Yes, grounded to water main. Yes No, none. No No Missing blank at panel exposing live buss bar No Good except for missing blank at panel. Overall good.

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Other Comments:

Are there any deficiencies which need correction? If so, explain.

When will the deficiencies be corrected? Please provide an approximate date of completion. Have all deficiencies been corrected? If so, when was this work completed?

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