Eliminating moisture in today's bathrooms is an important element to long-lasting interior structures. Today's bathrooms have fans connected to house de-humidistats to control humidity. A visual inspection will evaluate the existing condition and serviceability of the following points:

A visual inspection will evaluate the existing condition and serviceability of the following points:

TOILET: looseness, moisture in floor, floor damage, leaking pipes, cracks, improper flushing, water running, broken flush handle

COUNTER / CABINETS: misaligned or loose doors, damage, handles missing, defective grout or caulking missing, moisture damage, stains inside cabinet

ELECTRICAL:
lack of outlets, outlet loose, broken or missing cover, reversed polarity, no GFCI protection, outlet not working, outlet rated razor only, outlets or switch near tub or shower

SINK:
cracks, chips or rust, taps dripping or leaking, corroded pipes, slow drainage, poor flow, inoperative stopper, no overflow, possible cross connection, no shut-off valves

VENTILATION:
existence of exhaust fan(s), existence or operation of window(s), noisy fans, existence of heating supply, the presence of mildew stains on walls or ceilings, possibility of fan wired to light switch

TUB / SHOWER:
damage, taps leaking or loose, leaking or loose gooseneck, defective grouting or tiles, defective caulking, speed of drainage or flow, defective shower diverter, defective door or not safety glass, moisture present in walls, moisture present in floors, ponding at the drain


GENERAL: Any obvious immediate condition that may appear to impede efficiency,  cause premature failure, or pose a health or safety risk.

NOTE: If any point of a regular inspection is concealed, or not accessible to the inspector it will not be included in the inspection.