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Old 5/21/17, 1:04 PM
Howard R. McAdam Howard R. McAdam is offline
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This is a picture of the exterior of a strip mall with several suites. The loading dock on the left is flooded. The left side of the roof over the loading dock, appears to a have a missing downspout, that appears to be contributing to the water in the left side loading dock. There should be a drainage system in the loading dock to keep water dry. Vegetation along the edges of the loading dock area should be removed and the area should repaired to help control possible moisture intrusion into the building.

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Old 5/21/17, 1:44 PM
Howard R. McAdam Howard R. McAdam is offline
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The article I read was Creating a Team of Expert Consultants for Your Commercial Property Inspection Business. Many commercial inspections require extra consultants or specialists, one person cannot preform, especially electrical inspections because they're not qualified to do them and it is a very dangerous to do it.
The most successful commercial property inspectors should as a project manager. Managing more then one project can only be done by a team of experts to inspect systems that he/she are not qualified to do, and may not be licensed or certified for certain types of commercial inspections.
The successful commercial inspector should have a team of experts picked out for large inspection jobs for clients who want a higher level of certainty about the property.

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Old 5/29/17, 1:25 PM
David W. Gonzalez, HI8922 David W. Gonzalez, HI8922 is offline
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I selected this image from a jewelry store in Tampa, Florida. The store had a suspended ceiling with access through a back storage room. The picture is of the duct work suspended over the ceiling. There was no issues with the tubing, however there was mold growing on the HVAC vents in the store.

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Old 5/29/17, 1:34 PM
David W. Gonzalez, HI8922 David W. Gonzalez, HI8922 is offline
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The article that I chose to read for the assignment in the course Inspecting Commercial Electrical Systems Course was Fire Alarm Systems by Nick Gromicko . I chose this as I am not overly familiar with fire alarm systems and will find them in all commercial properties that I inspect. It is good to know that I am not required to be an expert in fire alarms. I did find the article good for providing an overview of things that I can look for and inspect. I will print the article for future reference. Thanks, David Gonzalez, Florida Home Inspector.

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Old 5/31/17, 3:51 PM
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Old 6/2/17, 5:30 PM
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Old 6/5/17, 12:37 AM
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The ladder is a necessary tool for any inspection, residential or comercial. I highly recommend a fiberglass multipurpose articulating ladder. You have a multiple size A-frame and extension ladder, with the ability to adjust each side of the A-frame separately to span over a staircase. It allows you to get on a roof, and into an attic in a small package that fits in almost any viehicle.

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Old 6/5/17, 2:35 PM
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Old 6/5/17, 11:47 PM
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For this essay I found an article about common types of electrical conductors found in a home. Three types that were mentioned are non-metallic sheathed cable (NM and NMC), Armored cable (AC), and knob-and-tube (KT). NM is the most common also known as Romex has two or more insulated conductors within non-conducting, flame-resistant and moisture-resistant coating. AC also known as BX is very similar to NM, but is covered with a flexible metallic sheathing. KT is typically at least 50 years old, and the most hazardous. This type of wiring should be evaluated/replaced by a qualified electrician.

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Old 6/8/17, 10:11 PM
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My Essay.
For inspecting a commercial electrical system course.
In this picture you will see a very old system that is in need of improvements. There are two disconects that have surface rust on the exterior and cabling that is not protected by conduit as well as a sticky note legend.

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Old 6/8/17, 10:18 PM
John R. Moser John R. Moser is offline
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My Essay.
Inspecting commercial electrical systems course.
This comes from the nachi articles for aluminum wiring.
I found it useful in knowing and understanding how aluminum wiring will break down over time and heat up causing expansion and contraction thus weakening the wire and causing its connections to loosen.

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Old 6/10/17, 2:13 PM
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Old 6/14/17, 2:23 PM
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