Ceilings, obviously, are the upper finished surface of interior rooms or garages. Most ceilings are made of drywall, covered with plaster, but they can also be made of wood or even metal.

Ceilings (Structural)

A good look at a ceiling can tell the inspector quite a bit about the structure. A sagging ceiling or one with flaking plaster or water damage can indicate a plumbing problem on the floor above. A bowed ceiling or a ceiling with large cracks or gaps can be a sign of structural problems. And, a ceiling with peeling paint can indicate moisture issues.

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