Home Inspection Schematic
|1.Gable Stud||21.Double Plate||41.Foundation Footing||61.Building Paper||81.Stair Tread|
|2.Collar Beam||22.Entrance Canopy||42.Paper Strip||62.Pilaster||82.Finish Stringer|
|3.Ceiling Joist||23.Garage Cornice||43.Drain Tile||63.Rough Header||83.Stair Rail|
|4.Ridge Board||24.Facia||44.Diagonal Sub Floor||64.Window Stud||84.Balusters|
|5.Insulation||25.Door Jamb||45.Foundation Wall||65.Cornice Moulding||85.Plaster Arch|
|6.Chimney Cap||26.Garage Door||46.Sill Plate||66.Facia Board||86.Mantel|
|7.Chimney Flues||27.Downspout Shoe||47.Backfill||67.Window Casing||87.Floor Joists|
|9.Chimney Flashing||29.Entrance Post||49.Window Well||69.Insulation||89.Lookout|
|10.Rafters||30.Entrance Platform||50.Grade Line||70.Wainscoting||90.Attic Space|
|11.Ridge||31.Stair Riser||51.Basement Sash||71.Baseboard||91.Metal Lath|
|12.Roof Boards||32.Stair Stringer||52.Window Well||72.Building Paper||92.Window Sash|
|13.Stud||33.Girder Post||53.Corner Brace||73.Finish Floor||93.Chimney Breast|
|14.Eave Gutter||34.Chair Rail||54.Corner Stud||74.Ash Dump||94.Newel|
|15.Roofing||35.Clean out Door||55.Window Frame||75.Door Trim-Casing||Â|
|16.Blind or Shutter||36.Furring Strips||56.Window Light||76.Fireplace Hearth||Â|
|17.Bevel Siding||37.Corner Stud||57.Wall Studs||77.Floor Joists||Â|
|18.Goose neck||38.Girder||58.Header||78.Stair Riser||Â|
|19.Downspout Strap||39.Gravel Fill||59.Window Cripple||79.Fire Brick||Â|
|20.Downspout Leader||40.Concrete Floor||60.Wall Sheathing||80.Newel Cap|
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A standard home inspection specifically, the American Society of Home Inspector’s Standards of Professional Practice herein referred as ASHI. The home inspection is the process of by which an inspector visually examines the readily accessible component(s) and system(s) of a home and which describes those component(s) and system(s) in accordance with ASHI.
The home inspector, house engineer reports on the conditions of the component(s) (parts of a system(s)), and system(s) (a combination of interacting or independent components, assembled to carry out one or more functions) of the home. House engineers, inspectors do not pass or fail the home(s). House engineers, inspectors does not evaluate the home for cost value,but reports objectively in writing the conditions of the home’s major systems, as they appear and operate at the time of the inspection. The home engineer, inspector is a generalist and not an expert by any means in every craft or profession. The client understands that the inspection and the report are an unbiased opinion based upon the experience of the House Inspector/House Engineer. The home inspection is intended to provide the clients(s) with the important information regarding the conditions of the readily accessible component(s) and system(s) of the home, at the time of the inspection. ASHI has general and specific limitations to a home inspection and has the home inspector who is to perform the home inspection. The issue of safety comes first. Then the risk of property damage, and in the event of any other reasons, deemed by the inspector, as to the preventing of the examination of any part of the home inspection that the house inspector would normally have completed but could not because of any number of circumstances, that will be included in the home inspection report.Weather may also be a factor as it often is. All the prudent information from the home inspection will be include in the home inspection report and shall remain the exclusive property of the client(s)
Korine Associates does Home Inspection and Building Inspection on several locations. Korine Associates are located in Long island and we do home inspection and building inspection in all the cities of New York.