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  1. ≥2:12
  2. allows for drying of roof material.
  3. Determine the degree of immediacy, and report to the appropriate parties.
  4. False
  5. Cosmetic
  6. Recommend installing a metal dryer duct vented to the exterior.
  7. Type "B" UL approved
  8. 40
  9. Moisture
  10. V-3 rule
  11. wood siding
  12. girder
  13. 8.33
  14. New, sharp cracks
  15. As large as the relief valve outlet.
  16. 15
  17. dried out
  18. Report on the condition, and inform the homeowner that an electrician should review.
  19. Three
  20. Check to see if the bedroom doors are undercut at the bottom
  21. highly expansive clay soils.
  22. A pin hole in the heat exchanger
  23. 20
  24. An office or bedroom
  25. empty space so that it doesn't overheat anything
  26. A missing temperature and pressure relief valve on a hot water heater
  27. Nominal 1- or 2-inch-thick members connecting opposite roof rafters. They serve to stiffen the roof structure.
  28. True
  29. that a sub-panel is present
  30. Approved brace or box.
  31. Upon approval of a structural engineer
  32. ≥ 6"/10'
  33. the rusting of steel lintels is causing the expansion
  34. A clear air channel between the roof boards and the insulation.
  35. Is below the sewer line.
  36. not be notched.
  37. Mat foundation slab
  38. The trusses are no longer structurally sound, and the best method of correction should be determined by qualified engineer.
  39. too close to the openable window.
  40. You are not allowed to discuss your findings with them.
  41. is secured to the plumbing "closet flange" by two closet bolts.
  42. lateral forces.
  43. a minimum of 3 feet above the roofline and 2 feet higher than any other obstruction within 10 feet
  44. ≥8% of floor area
  45. CO detector
  46. Nails or screws in the floor
  47. 16 inches.
  48. Three light testers will not detect multiple wiring problems
  49. 15
  50. Lead particles freed in fine dust or vapors do not settle into carpet fibers
  51. 1
  52. Moved
  53. Sensible and latent heat
  54. False
  55. Check to see if the bedroom doors are undercut at the bottom.
  56. White-rot fungi
  57. improperly installed materials that do not allow for expansion.
  58. Could cause damage to the surface and recommend removal.
  59. Three feet above roof penetration and two feet above the highest point within 10 feet.
  60. Conclusion
  61. Floor joist
  62. Where there is not a vapor retarder applied to the floor of the attic, but there is insulation applied to the underside of the roof deck.
  63. The yard
  64. Gas water heater.
  65. The full condensate pan tripped a condensate overflow switch. The unit turned off in order to ensure that condensate did not spill.
  66. 3..... 2..... 10
  67. 30
  68. True
  69. Not exist under any condition.
  70. unit may not be venting properly
  71. Anywhere from 1/8:1 to 1/2:1
  72. Approved brace or box
  73. risers
  74. Normal plastic shrinkage.
  75. Egress windows must have a clear height of at least 16 inches.
  76. channel
  77. Correct answer: Pipe set in gravel running continuously along the exterior of a building's foundation footings.
  78. They increase the shock likelihood at connected equipment.
  79. that the notch exceeds maximum allowable depth and needs proper repair
  80. Waste line that also functions as a vent.
  81. Insufficient attic insulation.
  82. Risk of small children falling in the pool.
  83. 3/4 inch.
  84. building settlement
  85. Refuse since it is a violation of ethical practice.
  86. An interior wall that is not connected to a loft or the second story floor joists
  87. Condensation.
  88. True
  89. Inspect the wood behind the siding by removing a piece.
  90. Insufficient attic insulation
  91. block sewer gas.
  92. valley
  93. The fuse box
  94. House is in sound structural condition.
  95. Looks like stucco but lacks a wire mesh.
  96. undersized
  97. Use joist hangers nailed to both the joist and the ledger.
  98. 3
  99. Slowing the draft that accelerates at the top of the flue.
  100. 9 inches
  101. a minimum of 3 feet above the roof line and 2 feet higher than any other obstruction within 10 feet
  102. a proper installation
  103. Too much water is added.
  104. Use a voltage "sniffer."
  105. soapy water.
  106. All of the above
  107. You select one electrical outlet to test in each room of the structure.
  108. Coupled together.
  109. studs
  110. False
  111. closets of bedrooms or bathrooms.
  112. An electric heater
  113. The bathroom door sticks, which may have caused the drywall crack above it.
  114. No bond courses are seen.
  115. >5 ft or into a drain pipe
  116. Concaved.
  117. Water vapor has a tendency to disperse itself equally in the available air.
  118. There must be a ground fault circuit interrupter.
  119. It should be more than 12 inches thick and extend six inches beyond the fireplace on all sides.
  120. steam heating
  121. secure the roof framing to prevent spreading outward.
  122. 120°F.
  123. 36 inches.
  124. provides lateral support.
  125. tile or slate
  126. False
  127. a leaking check valve.
  128. Consideration
  129. There does not appear to be any fire barrier between the garage and living space as currently required.
  130. At least 5.7 sq. ft
  131. Mixing valve
  132. 6 feet.
  133. 40 and 80 psi
  134. properly sized lag bolts every 16 inches.
  135. Open windows, shut down systems, and advise immediate evaluation by an HVAC contractor.
  136. cement, lime, and sand
  137. This is allowed only if the additional load has been verified as acceptable by a certified engineer.
  138. Sloped away to provide proper drainage.
  139. Balloon framing.
  140. A 1/2 inch wide wall/floor separation
  141. Heat exchanger.
  142. Gas piping.
  143. 15-20 ° F.
  144. General liability and homeowners' coverage
  145. True
  146. 18 inches.
  147. Prevent movement.
  148. Potential safety issue
  149. ≥ 3"
  150. will probably have reduced water volume and pressure
  151. water heaters
  152. 30
  153. minimum of 2 inches
  154. R30.
  155. There must be a ground fault circuit interrupter.
  156. Surety
  157. At least 8"
  158. Suggest obtaining the services of a pest control operator.
  159. Use kick-out flashing into the gutter.
  160. 100 feet horizontally
  161. 3 inches
  162. 1/4 inch to 1/2 inch per foot.
  163. the pressure tank is probably water logged.
  164. mechanical vent
  165. 125
  166. Looks like stucco but lacks a wire mesh
  167. water-logged expansion tank
  168. All of the above
  169. Floor joist
  170. Shut-off valves.
  171. At the corners of the installation, such as around windows
  172. shut gas off.
  173. 6" fiberglass batt insulation
  174. Post and beam construction, balloon framing, platform framing, ICF construction
  175. Over hydrated concrete.
  176. Both A and B
  177. The inspector should recommend this situation be referred to a structural engineer.
  178. 3/12
  179. True
  180. Exhaust spillage.
  181. If you inspect appliances, tell your client that you will check them out.
  182. The term for attaching two wires to a single fuse or breaker terminal
  183. May require expensive replacement.
  184. Balloon