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At PPI we are committed to providing you with the most comprehensive reports available in an easy to read format. Here you can browse a sample report to see the detail that you can expect in your customized product.

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  Sample Reports

Your customized Home Inspection report will be broken down into two main sections:

•  The Report

•  The Standards of Practice

The ReportPDF file has two sections:

The Report Overview is a brief, easy to read summary of your property that highlights all areas of concern based on their respective categories:

  • Major Concern : a system or component which is considered significantly deficient or is unsafe. Significant deficiencies need to be corrected and, except for some safety items, are likely to involve significant expense.
  • Safety Issue : denotes a condition that is unsafe and in need of prompt attention.
  • Repair: denotes a system or component which is missing or which needs corrective action to assure proper and reliable function.
  • Improve : denotes improvements which are recommended but not required.
  • Monitor : denotes a system or component needing further investigation and/or monitoring in order to determine if repairs are necessary.

The Report Details section provides a description of each of the following categories, complete with positive and negative attributes found. The Recommendations and Observations for each area covered will also be found in the Report Overview section.

  • Structure
  • Roofing
  • Exterior
  • Electrical
  • Heating
  • Cooling/Heat Pumps
  • Insulation/Ventilation
  • Plumbing
  • Interior
  • Appliances
  • Fireplaces/Wood Stoves
  • Swimming Pool/Spa
  • Exterior Structures

The Standards of Practice PDF file section of your report allows you to see what is and is not covered during the scope of our inspection. All PPI inspectors are trained through the American Home Inspectors Institute (AHIT) and follow the standards of practice set forth by the American Society of Home Inspectors®, Inc. (ASHI®).