A home inspection will help you know in advance what to expect from your new home.
The inspector will provide a thorough, unbiased inspection of the property.
It will be a visual inspection using the latest in specialized inspection technology.
Your inspection will include a full and easy to understand report with photos including:
Exterior: walls, gutters, decks, steps, soil grading, retaining walls, doors, windows, garage, soffit/fascia, window wells.
Roof: roof covering, chimney/vent, flashing, plumbing vents, skylights
Structure: foundation, footings, posts/columns, beams/joists, floor slab, wall framing, basement walkout, sub floors, roof framing.
Electrical: service entrance, service size, main/sub panels, grounding, fuses/breakers, circuit wire, switches/outlets, lights.
Heating: heat source, furnace, boiler, electric baseboard etc., heat exchanger, fuel piping, ducting, humidifier, air filter.
Air Conditioning/ Heat pump: condenser, evaporator, and pipes
Insulation: attic, basement, vapour barriers, ventilation
Plumbing: supply, waste, water heater, all fixtures (sinks, showers, tubs, toilets, etc.)
Interior: walls, floors, ceilings, windows, doors, skylights, cabinets/countertops, stairs, fireplaces, solariums.
A typical inspection takes approximately 3 hours at the house plus report editing.
All inspection results are documented and delivered to you in a detailed easy to understand report along with digital imaging by end of the same business day via email.
As part of the inspection I welcome and encourage you to attend to review my findings first hand and your specific questions can be readily answered or explained.