Identifying deficiencies in your home prior to listing enables you to increase the value of your home and reduces the time it's on the market.
Reduces the risk of unexpected and costly surprises, and provides peace of mind that you have complete knowledge on the current status of your potential home.
Maintenance inspections can be completed every three to five years to monitor the structural integrity of the major components. For example, regular inspection of the roof gives a homeowner enough time to find the right contractor and get several quotes before a minor repair becomes an emergency.
A pre-delivery walk through of your newly constructed home is completed with your builder prior to taking ownership of your new home. A qualified independent inspector will help identify deficiencies overlooked by the builder.
If identified early, the builder can correct these deficiencies prior to you taking ownership and you can avoid any unnecessary delays.
A Pre-Delivery Inspection:
A Comprehensive Condo Inspection is a report card of the current status of all accessible systems, mechanics and finishes. This report will identify the overall structure, function and performance of all accessible systems to help you gauge an accurate value of your condo.
Tarion New Home Warranty Inspections
Every new home is protected under the Tarion New Home Warranty Program. Just because the house is new does not mean it is defect free. A Warranty Inspection will thoroughly document any and all deficiencies found in your home construction to ensure that your builder is held accountable.