Mississippi Home Inspectors Report Condition. Click on
the inspection photo's to see more on that subject. These
Photo's come from thousands of inspections preformed by a
Mississippi Licensed Home Inspector over several years of full
time inspecting. This website is full of helpful ideas and
information and is not designed to teach home inspection. You
will see all types of property condition from correct and
incorrect installations to elements that wear out. I would
strongly recommend you consult a Licensed Home Inspector to
inspect any property, new or old, before completing the
transaction. It is also a Great idea to have your home
inspected if you have never done so. I invite you to call A
Wise Inspector Service LLC at 601-540-0144 Today.
fourth breaker from the bottom on the left side is double
tapped and should not be. This a common condition reported by
Mississippi home inspector Scott Adcock of A Wise Inspector
Service. Consult a qualified electrician to repair the
condition and obtain documentation.
damaged old light fixture was in a little Childs closet. Did
you think to look in the closets.
is a common electrical condition. In new homes sometimes the
electrician or builder fails to install the power attic
ventilator that they pre-wired for. In older homes the power
attic ventilator gets replaces with a wind turbine and the
electrical wiring fails to get properly terminated.
closely. Did you see the burnt section in the wire under the
kitchen sink. I pray your home inspector sees it. Oh, you did
not get a home inspection. Its not to late. Call a Qualified
Mississippi home inspector today. You need to know about these
kinds of conditions.
This is a close up of the burnt wire shown on the
left photo. This is a high hazard area as many sinks developed a
leak, have leaked and or leaking now. Water and electricity do not mix.
wire I am holding is a ground wire. As you can see it is
loose, not connected to the ground rod that is driven into the
ground. This is a pretty common condition reported in a home
inspection. The ground rod is bent and was most likely hit
with a lawn mower. The clamp is nowhere in sight. The report
comment read something like: Exterior ground wire is not
connected to ground rod. Consult a qualified electrician to
properly secure the ground provision the the ground rod and
may not look dangerous, however it is. This is a live wire
that stays energized all the time. It was noted in a new home
inspection. The electrician/builder pre-wired for a plug at
the end of the cabinet. The wire, being inside the cabinet,
was over looked and the plug did not get installed. No person
on this earth is perfect and mistakes are made. This is one
great reason to have your home inspected.
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