Georgian Bay Area
Greater Toronto Hamilton Area
Where ever you are, in the north from Owen Sound to Orillia. We work in the west end from Grimsby, all the way east to Clarington. We are here to serve you.
If you want to buy a home with complete confidence, then this inspection service is exactly what you need. Prior to final closing, we’ll perform a comprehensive evaluation of the property’s visible and readily accessible components. Afterward, you’ll be given an itemized report of our findings within 24 hours that will reveal detailed information about each component. We’re able to inspect many types of homes, including standard single-family residences, condos, townhomes, duplexes, and triplexes.
We inspect the following areas of the home:
- Foundation & Crawl Spaces
- Roofing System
- Structural Components (including columns & piers)
- Exterior (doors, windows, wall claddings, soffits, fascias)
- Garage Door Operators
- Decks, Stoops, Steps, & Railings
- Drainage Systems
- Interior (doors, windows, floors, walls, ceilings, stairs)
- Water Heating Equipment
- Attic, Insulation, & Ventilation
- Water Supply & Plumbing System
- Electrical System
- Chimneys, Flues, & Vents
- Heating Equipment & Distribution Systems
- Central Air Conditioning Equipment & Distribution Systems
- Built-in Kitchen Appliances
A moisture meter may be used during the inspection as necessary at no extra charge.
ADDITIONAL INSPECTION SERVICES
New Construction Inspection
This inspection service involves a thorough evaluation of a newly constructed home. Home buyers should schedule the inspection before the builder’s final walk-through so that any defective areas or safety issues that are discovered can be referred to the builder before the real estate transaction is final.
11th Month Warranty Inspection
If you’ve not yet owned your new home for a year, then there’s a good chance it’s still protected by the builder’s original warranty. We recommend scheduling this inspection service before the warranty period reaches expiration so that you can avoid paying for repairs out of pocket in the event that we discover issues that are covered under your home’s warranty agreement.
If you’re selling a home, you should ideally have it inspected before you publish a listing ad for the property. This way, we can comprehensively evaluate the home in an effort to identify potential defects that you may want to have repaired before showing the property to prospective buyers. Being able to share information about existing issues also makes it easier to preserve a productive buyer-seller relationship throughout each phase of a real estate transaction.