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Pre-listing (Seller inspection)

A pre-listing home inspection is typically used when the seller wants a quick sale and wants to find and correct any potential issues in the home before the buyer arrives.

Pre-Listing Home inspection includes a certified home inspector doing the following:

  • Evaluate the physical condition: of the structure, construction and mechanical systems
  • Identify items that should be repaired or replaced
  • Recommend qualified professionals to inspect or repair

 

Pre-Purchase (Buyer Inspection)

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New Home Inspection (New Home purchase)

  • New Home Phase Inspections
  • Pre-delivery Inspection
  • 11 Month Warranty Inspections

New Home Inspections include the following:

  • Evaluate the physical condition: of the structure, construction and mechanical systems
  • Identify items that should be repaired or replaced
  • Recommend qualified professionals to inspect or repair

New Home Phase Inspections

Buyers of new homes want to ensure their safety and investments are protected by inspecting the home in phases. While inspecting the home in different building phases the inspector can better determine if proper current standards and materials are used. A normal home inspection at the end of the house construction cannot cut holes in finished walls making it nearly impossible to inspect the home properly

PHASE 1
The initial inspection is generally completed with the client present in order to explain the process; it's scope and limitations. A thorough inspection of the excavation, footings, foundation, weeping tile and damp-proofing membrane is completed and findings reported to the client.

PHASE 2
Once directed by the client to proceed, an inspection is completed of the framing of exterior and interior walls, floors, rafters and sheathing and roofing of the home. Findings are reported to the client.

PHASE 3
Once directed by the client to proceed, an inspection is completed of the roughed-in plumbing, electrical, prewire, mechanical systems, insulation and vapour barrier of the home. Findings are reported to the client.

Pre-delivery Inspection

New home inspections are for buyers who want to ensure the premium price they are paying for a new home. Protect yourself by having an unbiased third party verify that the home builder has built the home to contract specifications.

11 Month Warranty Inspections

Before you sign off on your new home warranty at 12 months learn your rights and have an inspection done to find issues your home builder does not want you to know about.