B. A home inspection report provides written documentation of material defects discovered in the inspected building’s systems and components which, in the opinion of the Inspector, are safety hazards, are not functioning properly, or appear to be at the ends of their service lives. The report may include the Inspector's recommendations for correction or further evaluation.
C. All further evaluation, inspection, and repair work needs to be provided by competent and qualified professionals who are licensed and/or certified.
D. Client should consider all available information when negotiating regarding the Property.
E. Inspections performed in accordance with these Standards of Practice are not technically exhaustive and shall apply to the primary building and its associated primary parking structure.
F. Cosmetic and aesthetic conditions shall not be considered.
5. Test or operate any drowning prevention feature.