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Walkthrough Checklist

Author:Brian Dill  
Created:2004-02-23
Updated:2004-02-23
Show Until:2004-03-26

=== To Do List for Walkthrough ==================================

Bring:
- Clipboard, pens, printout of floorplan
- Electric plug checker
- Clear bottles or buckets (to bleed water lines)
- Measuring tape
- Level

Measure Fridge nook  ____W x ____H x ____D

=== Mechanical ==================================================
Open/Close/Lock all windows
- Library   (2)
- BR2       (2)
- Dining    (3)
- Kitchen   (3)
- Great Rm  (4)
- Master BR (4)
- Master BA (1)
- BR3       (2)
- Bonus     (2)


Open/Close/Lock all doors
- Front
- Library (2)
- BR2
- BR2 Closet
- Coat Closet
- BA2 (2)
- Kitchen (sliding)
- Laundry (2)
- Garage
- Master BR (2)
- Master BA (3)
- Shower
- BR3
- BR3 Closet
- BA3
- Attic

Lunge Floors for sqeaks
- Foyer

- Small hall

- Great Room

- Kitchen

- Large Hall

- Master BR

- Stairs

Check carpet for looseness/tears/stains
- Library

- BR2

- Dining

- Stairs

- Bonus

- BR3



=== ELECTRIC ==================================================

Check electric plugs for polarity and ground faults

Flip all light switches

Trip all breakers (do we have a 20 amp line in great room?)


=== WATER ==================================================
Check faucets for flow and drainage

Check fridge water line and washer water line

Check toilets (flush and rebound)

Exterior hose bibs - flow and hose hookup



Talk Back

Plumbing - Yancey (2004-03-02 12:01:20)
Check for leaks under sink (Small drips around cutoff valves) Open and close all cutoff valves to test Cutoff valves should be on all sinks and commodes Washer cutoffs Dryer vent should be accessible Crawl space accessible Attic accessible Run dishwasher to check for leaks Check stairs for squeaks Check all hand rails for strength Check distance between any spindles in stair cases or deck for distance (Children's Saftey)

Walk Through - Jeff (2004-02-24 16:08:44)
Looks good to me...more extensive than what I did. Walking on your hardwood floors with socks on can help with detect soft spots, etc...good luck.


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