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What We Do?

The home inspection is a non-invasive process that is performed by a professional licensed home inspector. The inspection begins on the exterior of the home and advances into the home where evidence of defects and safety hazards are addressed. The Inspected components of the home include: the Exterior, Structural, Roofing, Plumbing, Electrical, Heating, Cooling, Interiors, Built in kitchen appliances, Insulation, and Ventilation Systems.

Doors, floors, stairways, counters, cabinetry, and the number of windows are all cited on the inspection report along with notes

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Close inspection of the exterior may reveal where additional caulking is needed to prevent water seepage. Broken seals on glass,

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Attic crawl space insulation and vapour retarders are noted on the inspection report. All venting fans that aren’t working also

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All the electrical components are examined to ensure they fit and are operating safely. Conductors, grounding equipment and distribution panels

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All piping is tested, including drains, vents and waste systems. Water ingress and egress is examined, as are the interior

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The entire heating and air conditioning system is tested to verify it’s in working condition, and the appropriate filters are

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A home inspector climbs onto the roof, pokes at the foundation, and crawls into attic space looking for water condensation

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The roof is examined closely for loose shingles or tiles, and the flashing is tested for tightness. Tree limbs touching

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