Refrigerator-If there is beer I drink it & tell them if it is cold enough.:mrgreen:
Stove- If is gas I check to see if the shut off & flex connector are exceptable.
The older uncoated brass is a concern. Check temperature of oven & test range hood or exhaust hood. Always leave oven door slightly open to remeber to shut off. No need to burn down the house.
Built in dishwasher- Check for air gap & run through cycle & almost always forget to come back at end of cycle & see if it leaks. I know leave my coat by dishwasher so I remenber to check.
Referigerator-Test icemakers if built in, seals & temp. If unplugged explain that it takes 24 hours to reach proper cooling temperature. Will see if receptacle is grounded if possible.
Disposal- Check operation, electrical & how the plumbing is installed. Explain to use ice & citrus to keep sharpe & clean(Like me):mrgreen:
Dryer- Check if gas or electric, check dryer vent, Run to see if it heats.
Washer- Check hose connections-recommend as an improvement to use the metal braided lines instead of the rubber that bursts.
I always ask to see if appliances are staying if not I will not test.
Sprinkling systems- I show zone controls - main control box. Check plumbing at main where it usually splits. Look for back flow connector.
Tell client if not familiar with system havea specialist explain & winterize system.
I actually had a realtor call me for a basement leak. It was from the sprinkler head being directed on the wall.
Thanks for your time