1 Property Condition Assessment Pewaukee, WI Inspection Date: 1/6/15 Prepared For: Report Number: Prepared By: Shamrock Building Inspection Consultants LLC N29 W29951 Shel-Mar Dr. Pewaukee, WI Inspector: Thomas Dempsey License #
2 Report Number: Pewaukee, WI Page 2 of 32 Table Of Contents 1.0 SUMMARY INTRODUCTION STRUCTURE ELECTRICAL HEATING AIR CONDITIONING VENTILATION PLUMBING ROOFING INTERIOR EXTERIOR INSULATION CLOSING COMMENTS 22 APPENDIX A: 23 PHOTOGRAPHS 23 APPENDIX B: 32 SUMMARY OF ROOFTOP EQUIPMENT 32
3 Report Number: Pewaukee, WI Page 3 of Summary SUMMARY OF REPAIRS 1.1 SUMMARY OF NECESSARY REPAIRS The following table summarizes the recommendations made in this report that are of an immediate, necessary nature. Recommendations Report Reference Budget Cost (2015 Dollars) Electrical distribution equipment repairs Minor Service heating equipment Minor Service air conditioning equipment Minor 1.2 SUMMARY OF SHORT-TERM REPAIRS The following table summarizes the recommendations made in this report that should be addressed within the next 2 years. Recommendations Report Reference Budget Cost (2015 Dollars) 1.3 SUMMARY OF UNPREDICTABLE REPAIRS The following table summarizes the recommendations made in this report that are unpredictable by nature, but may require addressing within the next few years. Recommendations Report Reference Budget Cost (2015 Dollars) No repairs needed at this time. Reroof the entire roof system Over $20000 Improve roof insulation when reroofing. Minor * The timing for replacement of this component is unpredictable. Statistically, it has reached the end of its life expectancy at this time.
4 Report Number: Pewaukee, WI Page 4 of Introduction As per the request and in the company of representing and in accordance with our proposal dated 1/6/15, a visual inspection was performed of the property. Our inspection was limited to identify the existing conditions of the following readily visible building components: Structure Heating System Plumbing System Ventilation System Insulation Electrical System Air-conditioning System Roofing System Exterior Components Interior Components This assessment meets or exceeds the ASTM standard for Property Condition Assessments. This report provides recommendations, preliminary cost estimates and priorities for: remedying major deficiencies, updating ageing major components, and undertaking further detailed investigations. The recommendations are for remedial actions that are considered to be beyond the normal maintenance of the building. Costs are provided for recommendations expected to exceed $3,000. The costs are only intended to provide an order of magnitude. Contractors should be contacted for exact quotations. This report is intended for the exclusive use of our client. Use of the information contained within the report by any other party is not intended and, therefore, we accept no responsibility for such use. INSPECTION AUTHORIZATION AND SCOPE This report is a professional opinion, based on the accessible features of the building. We evaluated the current physical condition; we did not perform a design analysis. We visually reviewed the performance, looking for evidence of distress. It should be understood that there are limitations to such an inspection. Throughout any inspection, inferences are often drawn which cannot be confirmed by direct observation. Therefore, it should be understood that we can reduce the number of unforeseen repairs; however, we cannot eliminate them. Consequently, no guarantee or warranty can be offered or implied. Only the items specifically addressed in this report were examined. No comment is offered on building code and building bylaw compliance, or environmental concerns. BUILDING DESCRIPTION This is a one-story commercial structure covering approximately 9,960 square feet per floor (very rough estimate). There is an office area at the front, covering approximately 4,000 square feet. The visible evidence suggests that the building was constructed in For the purpose of this report, the front of the building is considered to be facing north.
5 PLANS No plans or drawings were available at the time of this inspection. INQUIRIES TO LOCAL AUTHORITIES Report Number: Pewaukee, WI Page 5 of 32 As part of the Property Condition Assessment, inquiries were made at the local building department for any outstanding building code violations and to ensure a certificate of occupancy was issued for the building. An inquiry was made at the local fire department to check for any outstanding fire code violations. No inquiries have been made to the local building or fire departments. It is the buyers due diligence to check for code violations.
6 Report Number: Pewaukee, WI Page 6 of DESCRIPTION 3.0 Structure GENERAL The building is of slab-on-grade construction. FOUNDATIONS/WALLS The concrete-block foundations support concrete-block exterior walls. FLOORS The floors are reinforced concrete slabs. ROOF The steel roof deck is supported by masonry bearing walls and steel beams and columns. 3.2 OBSERVATIONS AND DISCUSSION FOUNDATION/WALL No major structural defects were noted. FUTURE PLANS Warehouse 3.3 RECOMMENDATIONS, COSTS, AND PRIORITIES Recommendations Costs Time Frame 3.4 LIMITATIONS The examination of the structural components was visual only; a design review was not undertaken. The evaluation of the building s structure was limited because of the exterior finishes. The evaluation of the building s structure was limited because of the interior finishes.
7 Report Number: Pewaukee, WI Page 7 of DESCRIPTION 4.0 Electrical SERVICE The electrical service to the building is underground. The building is equipped with a 200 amp, 120/240-volt, single-phase service. The building is equipped with a 1200 amp, 480-volt, three-phase, three-wire electrical service. This capacity was determined by the rating of the main disconnect switch. Each sub-service is individually metered. PANELS The distribution panels employ circuit breakers. WIRING All wiring examined is copper. 4.2 OBSERVATIONS AND DISCUSSION It is impossible on an inspection such as this to determine adequacy for commercial demands While detailed load calculations were not performed, no problems are suspected with the service capacity This service should be adequate for the present usage However, the current occupants indicated that no power interruptions have been encountered. DISTRIBUTION EQUIPMENT The distribution equipment is well arranged Deficiencies noted at the distribution equipment are as follows: Several double-tap circuits were noted in the main panel. Ideally, additional circuits or an auxiliary panel would be provided. BRANCH WIRING Representative samples of accessible wiring were examined and electrical switches were spot tested in the areas inspected All switches tested operated satisfactorily No major deficiencies were noted.
8 Report Number: Pewaukee, WI Page 8 of The general condition is considered to be good; however, improvements are recommended as follows: GROUNDING The electrical system appears to be properly grounded. 4.3 RECOMMENDATIONS, COSTS, AND PRIORITIES Recommendations Costs Time Frame Electrical distribution equipment repairs. Minor Immediate 4.4 LIMITATIONS This was a visual review only. No load calculations or equipment testing was undertaken.
9 Report Number: Pewaukee, WI Page 9 of DESCRIPTION 5.0 Heating FORCED AIR SYSTEM The office is heated by a gas-fired, high-efficiency furnace with an output of 120,000 BTUs per hour. The front office is heated by a roof-mounted, gas-fired, heating (electric cooling) unit. The warehouse section is heated by two gas-fired, ceiling-mounted unit heaters. There is a single gas meter for the building. Appendix B gives details of the roof-mounted equipment. 5.2 OBSERVATIONS AND DISCUSSION CAPACITY While detailed heat loss calculations were not performed, no problems are suspected with heating capacity. LIFE EXPECTANCY These units are approximately 5-8 years old The life expectancies for high-efficiency furnaces are not yet well defined. Problems relating to premature failure resulting from corrosion have been encountered with many makes While it is impossible to predict with certainty when a heat exchanger will fail, the average life for roof top heating systems of this type is 15 to 20 years. OPERATING STATUS The heating units were observed while in operation No major deficiencies were noted. 5.3 RECOMMENDATIONS, COSTS, AND PRIORITIES Recommendations Costs Time Frame Service heating equipment. Minor
10 5.4 LIMITATIONS Report Number: Pewaukee, WI Page 10 of 32 This was a visual review only. No load calculations or equipment testing was undertaken.
11 Report Number: Pewaukee, WI Page 11 of DESCRIPTION 6.0 Air Conditioning CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING The office section of the building is air-conditioned by one rooftop unit and one air-cooled, split system. The total available cooling capacity for the building is eight tons. The air is distributed through the same air handling equipment previously mentioned in the Heating section. Details of the air-conditioning equipment are provided in Appendix B. REFRIGERANT The refrigerant used in the air conditioning systems was identified as R OBSERVATIONS AND DISCUSSION CAPACITY While detailed heat gain calculations were not performed, no problems are suspected with cooling capacity Adequate cooling capacity should be available under normal circumstances. LIFE EXPECTANCY These units are approximately 5-8 years old. OPERATING STATUS The air-conditioning equipment was not operating Severe damage to the compressor can result from operating this equipment when the outside temperature is below 15 o C (60 o F). Please refer to Appendix A. AIR DISTRIBUTION The air distribution appears adequate. 6.3 RECOMMENDATIONS, COSTS, AND PRIORITIES Recommendations Costs Time Frame
12 Report Number: Pewaukee, WI Page 12 of 32 Service air conditioning equipment. Minor 6.4 LIMITATIONS Since the heating components were operating at the time of this inspection, the rooftop units were not observed in the cooling mode.
13 Report Number: Pewaukee, WI Page 13 of DESCRIPTION The washrooms are ventilated by individual exhaust fan units. Operable windows ventilate the offices. 7.0 Ventilation 7.2 OBSERVATIONS AND DISCUSSION WASHROOM The washroom exhaust fans operated properly at the time of the inspection. These fans are properly vented to the building exterior. MAKEUP AIR The amount of fresh air available to the offices appears adequate. 7.3 RECOMMENDATIONS, COSTS, AND PRIORITIES Recommendations Costs Time Frame 7.4 LIMITATIONS
14 Report Number: Pewaukee, WI Page 14 of DESCRIPTION 8.0 Plumbing SUPPLY There is a combination water supply to the building. The branch off for the domestic water supply is a 1in.-inch-diameter copper pipe. The main shutoff valve is located on the eastside of the building. There is one water meter for the building. All supply plumbing examined is copper. WASTE The visible waste piping is primarily PVC plastic. DOMESTIC WATER HEATING There is a 20 -gallon, electric domestic water heater above the rest rooms 8.2 OBSERVATIONS AND DISCUSSION SUPPLY Adequate water pressure appears to be available No active leaks were noted in the supply plumbing pipes. WASTE No active leaks were noted in the waste piping system. VENTING The presence of appropriate venting for the waste plumbing could not be verified. DOMESTIC WATER HEATING The domestic water heater is approximately 5 8 years old While it is impossible to predict with certainty when a domestic water heater will fail, these units typically last 15 years Therefore, updating the water heater may be necessary within the next few years.
15 FIXTURES The plumbing fixtures that were tested operated satisfactorily. Report Number: Pewaukee, WI Page 15 of RECOMMENDATIONS, COSTS, AND PRIORITIES Recommendations Costs Time Frame No repairs needed at this time. 8.4 LIMITATIONS The evaluation of the well is beyond the scope of this assessment. The evaluation of the septic system is beyond the scope of this assessment. The water quality was not tested. The local health unit should be contacted for advice in this regard.
16 Report Number: Pewaukee, WI Page 16 of DESCRIPTION 9.0 Roofing FLAT The building is covered by a single-ply EPDM rubber membrane on one level. The membrane is covered by a large-stone ballast. ROOF DRAINAGE The roof drainage is via an interior collection system. There are three drains on the roof. CHIMNEYS There are three metal chimneys above the roof. These chimneys are for the warehouse modines. 9.2 OBSERVATIONS AND DISCUSSION OTHER MEMBRANES The EPDM rubber membrane appears to be in serviceable condition This type of system has an average life expectancy of 20 years or more The majority of problems found with single-ply membranes to date relate to incorrect installations and subsequent seam failures. This appears to be a single-ply installation. Two-ply installations are more desirable, as they tend to have longer life expectancies. No improvements are considered practical. METAL CHIMNEYS The metal chimneys are in good condition. 9.3 RECOMMENDATIONS, COSTS, AND PRIORITIES Recommendations Costs Time Frame Reroof the entire roof system. Over $20000 Unpredictable
17 9.4 LIMITATIONS The roof coverings could not be closely examined because of snow. Report Number: Pewaukee, WI Page 17 of 32
18 Report Number: Pewaukee, WI Page 18 of DESCRIPTION The office ceiling finishes consist of ceiling tile. The office wall finishes consist of drywall. The office floor coverings consist of carpet and tile Interior 10.2 OBSERVATIONS AND DISCUSSION Since interior components are subjective to some degree, our comments here will be general, except where functional concerns are noted Walls are relatively plumb, doorjambs are square and floors are reasonably level On the whole, the interior finishes are in good condition Water stains were noted on the block exterior walls All areas of staining were found to be dry at the time of the inspection RECOMMENDATIONS, COSTS, AND PRIORITIES Recommendations Costs Time Frame 10.4 LIMITATIONS Moisture problems in basements can develop as a result of clogged or damaged perimeter foundation drainage tiles. There is, of course, no way to predict this during a visual examination.
19 Report Number: Pewaukee, WI Page 19 of DESCRIPTION 11.0 Exterior WALLS The exterior walls are solid masonry. DOORS The front entrance doors are aluminum-framed, single-glazed units. The exit doors are steel units. The overhead doors are metal sectional units. There is one loading docks in the east façade. There is one drive-in doors in the east façade. WINDOWS The windows are aluminum-framed, double-glazed units. The operable windows are awning type. RETAINING WALL There is a poured-concrete retaining wall along the east side of the property. SIDEWALK There is a poured-concrete sidewalk at the east side. ASPHALT PAVING There is asphalt paving on the east side.
20 11.2 OBSERVATIONS AND DISCUSSION WALLS The exterior brickwork is in good condition. PERSONNEL DOORS The exit doors are in good condition All doors that were tested operated properly. OVERHEAD DOORS The overhead doors are in satisfactory condition. WINDOWS The windows are in good condition All windows that were tested operated properly. Report Number: Pewaukee, WI Page 20 of 32 SIDEWALK The poured-concrete sidewalk at the eastside is in good condition not visible due to snow cover. ASPHALT The asphalt paving is in satisfactory condition not visible due to snow cover RECOMMENDATIONS, COSTS, AND PRIORITIES Recommendations Costs Time Frame 11.4 LIMITATIONS The grading, asphalt paving and sidewalks could not be evaluated because of snow accumulation.
21 Report Number: Pewaukee, WI Page 21 of DESCRIPTION 12.0 Insulation WALLS The presence of insulation in the exterior walls could not be verified. It is quite possible that little or no insulation is present. The cavity in the exterior masonry walls is typically minimal. It is probably not economically viable to fill this cavity with insulation. FLAT ROOF The amount of insulation in the flat roof could not be ascertained OBSERVATIONS AND DISCUSSION 12.3 RECOMMENDATIONS, COSTS, AND PRIORITIES Recommendations Costs Time Frame Improve roof insulation when reroofing. Minor 12.4 LIMITATIONS The determination of the presence of urea formaldehyde foam insulation (UFFI) is beyond the scope of this assessment.
22 Report Number: Pewaukee, WI Page 22 of Closing Comments This report provides you with an overview of the condition of the major components in the building. Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us. Please find photographs documenting several conditions noted in Appendix A. Please find a summary of the rooftop heating and cooling equipment in Appendix B.
23 Report Number: Pewaukee, WI Page 23 of 32 Appendix A: Photographs Photo 1: North building elevation Photo 2: South building elevation
24 Report Number: Pewaukee, WI Page 24 of 32 Photo 3: East building elevation Photo 4: West building elevation
25 Report Number: Pewaukee, WI Page 25 of 32 Photo 5: General roof area Photo 6: General roof area
26 Report Number: Pewaukee, WI Page 26 of 32 Photo 7: Main domestic water service entrance Photo 8: Main electrical service equipment
27 Report Number: Pewaukee, WI Page 27 of 32 Photo 9: Main electrical service equipment Photo 10: Main electrical disconnects
28 Report Number: Pewaukee, WI Page 28 of 32 Photo11: Main heating equipment front office Photo 12: Main heating equipment Warehouse
29 Report Number: Pewaukee, WI Page 29 of 32 Photo 13: Main air conditioning equipment rear office Photo 14: Main air conditioning equipment front office
30 Report Number: Pewaukee, WI Page 30 of 32 Photo 15: Typical building interior Photo 16: Typical building interior
31 Report Number: Pewaukee, WI Page 31 of 32 Photo 17: Building parking area Photo 18: Warehouse
32 Report Number: Pewaukee, WI Page 32 of 32 Appendix B: Summary of Rooftop Equipment HVAC Unit # Front office Year Built Cooling Capacity X 1000 BTUs Heating Capacity X 1000 BTUs [output] Operating Mode Makeup Air Manufacturer Area Serviced Comments ton 130,000 btu Heat NA Trane Front office Compressor original
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