A comprehensive report that is easy to understand and leaves you with no unanswered questions about the property. Reports include pertinent photos, deficiencies, and recommendations to maintain your home and protect your investment.
400.00 plus GST.
Home Inspection Types :
Pre-Listing Inspection-Getting a home inspection by a certified inspector is important before listing your home. This will give you the advantage in taking care of any issues before turning away potential buyers who will inevitably have a Pre-Purchase Inspection done on your home. This will you increase the value of your home and reduce the amount of time it is on the market. Potential buyers will be enticed by your diligence.
Pre-Purchase Inspection-A home inspection is critical in protecting your investment. Without an inspection, you could be purchasing a home that is going to cost you in large repair bills and precious time. Take the time. Get peace of mind. A home inspection is an independent visual evaluation of the physical structure, systems, and components of a home.
Maintenance Inspection-Your home is likely your largest investment. Early intervention of minor repairs can often save you thousands of dollars in the future. Without proper maintenance your home could lose value and scare of potential buyers. Periodic home inspections will help keep your investment safe and up-to-date.
Pre-Delivery Inspection (New Construction)-A home inspection offers an unbiased evaluation of your new investment and uncover deficiencies overlooked by your builder's inspector. This should be done before taking complete ownership of your new home, so the builder can correct any errors and ensure your satisfaction when you move in.
New Home Warranty Inspection- After living in your new home for at least a month, you might start to notice deficiencies and errors as a result of usage and/or adverse weather conditions. A New Home Warranty Inspection identifies any deficiencies that can be corrected under the New Home Warranty Program. The inspection must take place anywhere between thirty days and a year after taking possession of your home.