A Home Inspector is somewhat similar to your Family Doctor. Like a G.P. (General Practitioner) we are not specialists in every field but rather generalists. A Home Inspector SHOULD BE CERTIFIED and well educated in house systems and extremely knowledgeable on the entire make-up of residential construction. Along with all our knowledge and credentials, a Home Inspector should also have good communications skills to explain the various conditions found during the inspection, what the implications areand what the recommendations should be.
WE DON'T JUST POINT OUT THE BAD STUFF EITHER...When we see ideal installations, good practice and quality care in the building's major systems, WE POINT THEM OUT TOO!
A HOME INSPECTION IS...
A Home Inspection is a visual, non intrusive inspection of a property in its current state;
To visually identify significant deficiencies in the homes major systems, improper installations, what is unsafe and/or near the end of their life expectancy
To document in a written report
A one-on-one educational course and to familiarize you with your new home
A HOME INSPECTOR DOES NOT...
Do code based inspections
Destructive testing or dismantling
Identify concealed or latent defects
Predict future performance or life expectancy
Give an insurance policy or warranty
A HOME INSPECTORS OBLIGATION IS...
A Home Inspector's ultimate obligation is to the property they are inspecting.
Understanding that one party or another is paying for the service, we strongly believe & hold a professional standard to have an unbiased position and to accurately report, explain & document on what we see at the time of inspection.
THE MAJOR SYSTEMS ARE...
HEATING & COOLING SYSTEMS
INSULATION & VENTILATION
SERVICE AREAS Island of Montreal & Surrounding Areas