1. Walls and Paint:
Check for any visible cracks, peeling paint, or damage to the walls. Ensure that the paint is in good condition and free from stains.
Inspect the flooring for signs of wear and tear, stains, or damage. Verify that carpets are clean and free of odors.
3. Windows and Window Coverings:
Ensure that windows open and close properly and that there are no broken panes. Check blinds or curtains for functionality and cleanliness.
4. Doors and Locks:
Examine doors for proper sealing, functionality, and security. Test locks and keys for smooth operation.
5. Lighting and Electrical Outlets:
Test all light fixtures and switches to ensure they work correctly. Check electrical outlets for any loose connections or damage.
6. Plumbing Fixtures:
Inspect faucets, sinks, toilets, and showers for leaks, clogs, or damage. Ensure proper drainage.
Check all appliances, such as the refrigerator, stove, dishwasher, and microwave, to confirm they are in working order.
8. Furniture and Furnishings:
Examine furniture for wear, tear, or damage. Verify that all furnishings are clean and in good condition.
9. Safety Features:
Test smoke detectors and ensure they have fresh batteries. Verify the presence of a fire extinguisher and that it is operational.
10. Cleanliness and Pest Control:
Assess the overall cleanliness of the room. Look for signs of pests or rodents and address them promptly.