Below is a list of some of the most common repair issues that come up during a Vermont home inspection. Print it out and run through your Vermont house to see if you spot any of these.
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This list is not a substitute for a good Vermont home inspection, you should always have a professional Vermont home inspector run through your house. It does give you places to look and ask about during an inspection.
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Common VT Home Inspection Repairs
· No ground fault outlets in baths, kitchens, garages, and outdoor receptacles
· Double tapped breakers in breaker box
· Ungrounded outlet receptacles
· Reverse polarity on outlet receptacles
· Breaker box not grounded properly
· No hand rails on basement or deck/porch stairs
· Railings on decks/porches/balconies not high enough
· No pressure relief valve on hot water take/furnace
· Hanging/exposed wires from basement ceilings
· Decks/porches not properly flashed
· Negative grading around house
· Uncertainty as to when a furnace has last been cleaned - causing the
inspector to suggest a cleaning
· Recommendation that septic system be pumped or in inspected if it
hasn’t been done within the last 12 months
· Safety reverse function on Garage door opener doesn’t reverse
properly when closing and opening