Common Problems The yellow covered CSST gas line that replace the black pipe is known to have safety issues. Photo shows there was a fire in this attic structure and not all damaged wood was replaced. Not all piers were created equal, there are multiple types. These can move and change the floor elevation. Any glass that is less than 60" above the bath tub should be marked safety glass. The seal can go bad in double pane windows causing them to fog and sweat between the panes. The sprinkler head is not spraying as intended causing septic water to pond and not evaporate properly. We use a Thermal Imaging Camera to shoot all hot water, HVAC registers, and electric stove tops to show proper operation. Step cracks in the exterior brick are an indication of foundation movement and or settling. This should always be plumbed with CPVC or copper and exhaust to the exterior of the house in its own line. Spark Arrestor missing off chimneys can allow embers to escape chimney and be a fire hazard. The weather head missing the cap can allow rain water to enter into the electrical meter and possibly the main panel. Roofs are inspected for any shingles missing, damages or improper repairs. All Plumbing is inspected to ensure the plumbing is connected properly and there are no leaks present. Dirty Evaporator Coil can effect the performance of the HVAC system and can be unhealthy.