If all electrical panels were like this one. Inspectors would not have to verify them.
The inspector should carefully make his way through the crawl space. You never know what you can find.
A small somewhat innocent patch of black stuff may very well mean there is mold behind it.
Outside plugs should always have a water resistant cover for health and fire safety.
Outside plugs (and plugs near sinks and water taps) should be Ground Fault protected.
The flashing between this roof and adjoining wall is incorrect or completely missing.
Are foundation blocks moving or have they moved.
This toilet tank cover looks easy to replace... Have you ever tried to find one... consider replacing the tank or the complete toilet.
Inside the Attic
Seller states the roof has been redone in 2 parts 1/2 last year and 1/2 this year. Then why is there sheathing missing. see underside of shingles from inside the attic.
Candidate member of Canadian Association of Home and Professional Inspectors and Ontario Association of Home Inspectors
All members shall comply with this By-law and with the following requirements:
Perform home inspections according to the OAHI Standards of Practice. The OAHI Standards of Practice are the Standards of Practice of the American Society of Home Inspectors (January 1, 2000 version).
Maintain Insurance, as described in Article 5.
Follow the OAHI Code of Conduct, Professional Practice and Conflict of Interest Guidelines, as set out in Article 18 of the By-laws.
Maintain membership fees in good standing.
Complete Mandatory Upgrading Requirements and Continuing Education Requirements, as described in Article 30 and Article 31.
In the event of written complaints which are not satisfactorily resolved, all non RHI members may be suspended from inferring any affiliation with the OAHI, participation in education programs, or the completion of the membership qualification process.