Sample Reports & Safety Information Sheets

I’m providing 5 different types of sample home inspection reports; An existing single family home, a new build home, a duplex home, a 4-Plex, and a Townhome. These will allow you to see the varied types of information included and the typical (and not so typical) items I find during my inspection.

Please let me know if there is anything specific you want included and I’ll do my best to accommodate your request within the overall scope of the inspection.

I have also provided some additional informational links covering various topics that I feel will be of interest.

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Full Home Inspection Sample Report

See a sample of my home inspection reports & get a better understanding of what to expect. This is a 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath, with an ADU in the backyard.
3/2 w/ADU

New Build Inspection Sample Report

Zenith Property Inspections performs a lot of new build home inspections. Here's what one of those report looks like with my typical findings.
5 Bed 3 Bath

Duplex Home Inspection Sample Report

A duplex can provide issues separate and above those of a typical home. This report outlines what I find in a typical duplex and how I present it as an easy read.
5 Bed 3 Bath

4-Plex Inspection Sample Report

This is an older 4-Plex with shared laundry room, 4 space carport on the rear. 3 of the 4 units were occupied. 1 Unit was in process of being updated.
4 Units

Townhome Inspection Sample Report

Zenith Property Inspections inspects a lot of larger Townhomes. Here's what one of those report looks like with my typical findings.
4 Bed 4 Bath

The information sheets below are being provided as a courtesy to anyone wishing to review it for their personal use. All this information can be found on the internet and is not specifically endorsed or backed by Zenith Property Inspections.

Roof Maintenance Information

All roofs need periodic maintenance, especially tile roofs. This document outlines the care requirements for the roofs on most new homes of today.

Component Life Expectancy Chart

Find the typical life expectancy for most components that are normally found in homes, including; appliances, products, materials,s systems and components.

California Smoke & Co2 Alarm Requirements

California law requires that all dwelling units intended for human occupancy have smoke alarms that comply with the State Fire Marshal's regulations.

Residential Electrical Guidelines

Most people are interested in what types of requirements and guidelines are in place for a residential dwelling. This document should answer most questions.

Mold & Moisture in my home, what do I do?

Mold and moisture can show up almost anywhere in a home. It can cause problems to the home and potential health issues to the occupants.

What is a GFCI?

A ground fault circuit interrupter, called a GFCI or GFI, is an electrical device that can either be installed in your electrical system or built into a power cord to protect you from severe electrical shocks.