Pre-Listing Inspection


Are you planning on selling your current home?  You may want to know about any problems with the home that may have an impact on the selling price.  You may choose to make repairs prior to listing your home for sale or to keep your knowledge in your back pocket while reviewing the buyer's offer to purchase.  This is a precautionary step to avoid last minute surprises with amendments to purchase offers by the buyer.

 Buying, Selling or Maintaining?

Home Inspections

Mold, Allergen & Air Quality Testing

Thermal Imaging (Infrared Camera)

​Same Day Reports


Discount for First Time Buyers


416-209-3444


Tarion Inspection


Have you purchased a new home from the builder?  You may want to list all the deficiencies prior to the expiration of New Home Warranty.  The entire property will be inspected from inside to outside to list all deficiencies  that must be addressed by the builder before the Tarion warranty expires.


1 year deficiency inspection

2 year deficiency inspection

​5 year deficiency inspection


Maintenance Inspection


Do you plan on living in your existing home for a long time?  You may want to know what repairs are required in order to keep your home well-maintained.  A maintenance inspection should be done every 4-5 years as your home starts to age.  It is always a good practice to identify problems with the home early on and carry out the necessary repairs before they become more costly.


Types of Home Inspection Services





Pre-Purchase Inspection


Are you interested in buying a particular home?  You have placed an offer to purchase, conditional on inspection of the property.  An Inspection is necessary to identify any defects with the property.  Once the inspection is complete, you will have the knowledge necessary to make an informed decision to purchase. Any defects identified during the inspection can be repaired either by the seller, the buyer (yourself) upon taking possession of the home, or may result in re-negotiating the terms of your offer to purchase.