1) PRE-PURCHASE INSPECTION
Home Inspection Services are most commonly requested by home buyers. Ideally, the agreement of Purchase and Sale should allow several days for all inspection conditions to be fulfilled. In the current market inspections are highly recommended.
If you have a pet you have a Vet: If you own a home you should have a Home Inspector.
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2) PRE-LIST INSPECTION
One of the most significant advantages that a home seller can have is full disclosure of information on the condition of their property in advance of listing. Having a home inspection before placing your home on the market is the most ideal way to avoid surprises and unexpected costly repairs that might affect the selling price and attractiveness of your home. I will provide a complete and thorough inspection to alert you to issues that can be resolved before prospective buyers ever view your house.
3) POST-PURCHASE INSPECTION
Post-Purchase Inspections can be done on either resale or new constructive homes.
On a resale home, if an inspection is not completed prior to closing having your own inspector who is an experienced professional with no other motives but to investigate and educate you, the home buyer, is highly beneficial.
On a new home covered under the Tarion New Home Warranty Program, having a inspection done before your newly-built home’s warranty period expires is a great way to ensure that you get full value from the warranty that you have purchased! Most homeowners do not expect problems to arise in new-home ownership; but issues arising from the unseen areas, like the roof or attic, can go undetected until a critical time, usually long after the warranty period has expired. I have found leaking showers 15-years after closing – the secondary ensuite was never fully tested. The Home Inspector can save you from unexpected repairs after the warranty period ends by identifying them early, while there is still opportunity to take advantage of warranty coverage.