During this 11-Month Warranty Home Inspection, a number of items were discovered. As you can see in the first pictures a number of trusses were damaged. I believe most of this damage may occur in the delivery and unloading process. One unusual item noted, is that the evaporator coil cabinet was not installed squarely on top of the furnace cabinet. This misalignment resulted in a 3/8 inch gap along one side of the cabinet. Through this gap condition air ( air that has been heated or cooled) was being forced out into the attic space. Another item I attempted to explain was the code required the height of the foundation wall above the soil or surrounding concrete area. This gap between the height of the foundation wall can be referenced as the height of the wall plate above the soil or the height of the siding (which represents the wall plate and foundation height) above the soil. In one section of the home, the wall plate is below the concrete level which can lead to unknown termite and moisture activity. Other items are also included in this representation of the home inspection. All of these items are worthy of note and most likely would never have been noticed by the homeowner.