The perfect home does not exist. This is an important consideration when purchasing a home and arranging for an inspection. Fortunately, many of the problems can be fairly minor and they are all repairable. Some minor problems you may be able to live with, however there are situations which could be financially disastrous. It is important for you to be aware of the problems so that you can make an informed decision when purchasing a home.
Our inspectors are all highly trained and will help you gather the information you require to make your decision. The inspection gives you the knowledge and the understanding to feel confident making your purchase.
Purchasing a home is the single most expensive purchase most of us will make in our lifetime. Smart buyers start this process with their eyes wide open. When you walk through a house you have a multitude of concerns that may include everything from whether the rooms are large enough for your furniture, to the location of neighbourhood schools, to the amount of wear and tear on the carpets. You are considering whether this home will be right for your family and if the price fits into your budget. It is an emotional procedure and is often stressful. You need an objective, unbiased and professional opinion on the condition of the property to provide you with additional information.
The inspection report is one of the most important aspects of the home inspection process. It is
imperative to have a professional, clear, comprehensive reporting system. Canadian's detailed
reporting system is designed for customer presentation. A concise, step-by-step format will help
ensure that the details have been addressed in the inspection. The easy to read report design
makes it user-friendly for the consumer.
The report also includes a scope which ensures that you understand what our service covers.
We are aware that in many real estate transactions time can make a difference. The design of our system enables you to receive your inspection report immediately upon completion of the inspection to avoid any delays.
Home inspections began as a consumer service in the early 1970's in direct response to the growing demand by home buyers to learn about the condition of a house prior to purchase. It is a unique discipline, distinct from construction, engineering or municipal building inspection and requires special training.
A home inspection can relieve your worries or confirm your worst fears. It can even provide you with information for further negotiations on the price of the property.