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For the Home Buyer
A home is probably the largest purchase you will ever make, so it is important to understand the condition of your investment. We provide a non-invasive examination of the home’s accessible structure, systems and components. While a home inspection is not a prediction of future conditions and cannot reveal every concern that exists (or ever could exist), it will significantly reduce your anxiety by arming you with the knowledge you need to make an informed home-buying decision.

For the Home Seller
Are you selling your home? Let Us inspect it before you even list it. A Move-In Certified™ seller inspection informs you of any defects or problems with your home so that you can address them before prospective buyers discover them. You can then take the time you need to obtain reasonable repair estimates. Show prospective buyers that you are dealing in good faith. Avoid 11th-hour negotiations and delays, and justify your full asking price by having your home pre-inspected now.

For the Real Estate Professional
Your reputation is your most valuable asset. Your clients rely on you to guide them through a complicated and sometimes stressful process. Demonstrate to them that their trust in you is justified by referring them to us. Our experience, training and professionalism will deliver the information your clients need. The best advertising is a happy client.


We Provide Home Warranty Inspections for the statutory 30-Day, 1-Year and 2-Year Submittals

The timing of these home warranty inspections are critical as a late report could result in the home owner paying for repairs instead of the builder. Certain issues only have a limited time to be found and cannot be carried over into the next statutory period if not discovered on the one prior.

During Your Home Warranty Inspection, we thoroughly examine the home's systems and components to ensure construction and operation is consistent with the Tarion Construction Performance Guidelines. This provides the home owner with a claim to the builder or through Tarion if any issues are uncovered. 


The 30 Day Warranty Inspection 

This inspection is vital to protecting your home warranty. It can be done any time after the date of possession but only once and before the 30th day. This inspection looks at any issues that arise while living in the home, as well as the home’s performance. It is also the time to report items from the PDI that have not been taken care of by the builder.  


The One-Year Warranty Inspection

This inspection is done during the last 30 days of the first year after the date of possession. The inspection will include a check of all of the systems of the home to ensure that they are operating properly, and that there are no defects in the work or materials. This inspection is very important because if issues are not detected at this time, then they may not be covered under the second year warranty if they have not been reported before the end of the first.


The Two-Year Warranty Inspection

This inspection can take place any time after the first year of possession until the second year ends. This inspection includes a check of all of the systems of the home to ensure that the home is free from:

- Water penetration through the basement of foundation walls;

- Defects in the materials or work (including windows, doors and caulking) that result in water penetration into the building envelope

- Defects in materials and work in the electrical, plumbing and heating delivery and distribution systems:

- Defects in materials and work which result in detachment, displacement or deterioration of exterior cladding

- Violations of Ontario Building Code regulations under which the Building permit was issued, affecting health and safety

- Major structural defects