Safety reverse adjustments on automatic vehicle door openers can save lives by protecting people or objects from being trapped under a closing door.

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


  • ROOFING: leakage, sagging, damaged tiles or shakes, aging, evidence of repair
  • FLOOR: type (concrete, asphalt, dirt / earth etc.), any major or typical cracking, poor drainage, stains, settling, surface damage
  • WALLS / CEILINGS: finished, damaged, possible improper fire wall, water damage
  • VEHICLE DOORS: inoperative or blocked, damaged or missing locks, safety reverse adjustments required, excessive resistance, warped or buckled, moisture damage, loose hinge nuts, decayed door jamb, sagging
  • PASSAGE DOORS: not self-closing, warped, improper latching, improper self closer, rubbing, inoperative locks, damaged, deteriorated weather-stripping, not fire resistance


  • TYPE: central, space, combination
  • ELECTRICAL: loose connections, no disconnect, improper disconnect, breaker rating
  • COMPRESSOR: cold shell, hot shell, vibration, noisy, dirty, obstructions
  • CONDENSER: damage, leaking, dirty, air obstruction, damaged louvers or fins, noisy, loose fan belts, insecure housing and or drip pan, not level
  • EVAPORATOR: leakage, iced-up, loose mounting, improper trap. dirty, improper drainage, clogged or corroded drip pan
  • REFRIGERANT LINES: no or damaged insulation, corrosion * DUCTING: leakage, noisy, inoperative fan, missing or damaged vibration collars

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.