Type of Provided Inspections

 

PRE-SALE INSPECTION

Report for the seller. An unbiased multi-page report on all systems and components of the home.

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For Sale

HOMEOWNER'S INSPECTION

for a complete and unbiased report on the state of the home and estimated life span of components, help with maintenance schedules and related costs.

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Country Style Living Room

PRE-LEASE INSPECTIONS

helps you to evaluate repair and upgrading costs for commercial and residential properties. By helping to identify these issues, you can determine who will be responsible for the costs - before you sign.
(If you plan to leasing, you will want to know the condition of the property, both at the beginning and the end of lease. The inspection provides you with a written report for short term repairs on commercial or residential properties).

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Signing a Contract

MISCELLANEOUS ISSUE INSPECTION

Deals with specific issue that may arise around the house. Some of these issues may include; basement leaks, roofing, masonry, etc.

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Window Installation

NEW HOME CONSTRUCTION INSPECTIONS

helps the client and builder head-off deficiencies as they occur, solving glitches before they become major problems. Based on warranty periods of Ontario New Home Warranty Program, there are 3 major inspections recognized by Tarion, (O.N.H.W.P.), regulations

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House Construction

P.D.I.,(PRE – DELIVERY INSPECTION)

  • 30 Day Inspection: taking possession of a new home is a best time to record defects in respect to any claims which may have to be pursued, as well as a future maintenance plan and familiarization with home systems.

  • End of First Year/Second Year Inspections. Recognition of all remaining deficiencies on the end of the first year from the time of possession as well as unfinished items reported in previous warranty periods.

Home Owners