We are trained and certified by InterNACHI (International Association of Certified Home Inspectors). InterNACHI is the North American industry leader in home inspection training and governing authority in the industry. Only competent, InterNACHI trained inspectors in good standing can acquire and maintain membership within this organization. These members will have the InterNACHI seal(s) on their websites, business cards, vehicles and marketing materials.
Our training and vast experience in the residential construction, maintenance and repair gives us a very competitive edge in the home inspection industry and gives you the piece of mind knowing that you've hired a knowledgeable, reputable and respected company to inspect your property or prospective property.
Some of our areas of hands on expertise include
- Heating and Cooling (still currently licensed in the HVAC industry)
- Residential insulation technician
- Residential Weather Sealing (window caulking, air sealing)
- Fire Safety (former owner of Ontario Fire Safety)
- Roofing, Siding and Eaves Trough Installation
- Trained and licensed Professional Home Inspector
We Go The Extra Mile
Whenever possible, we physically walk on every roof to perform our roof inspections. While binoculars and drones are very useful tools during a roof inspection, we only resort to these pieces of equipment if it is absolutely unsafe to do so or the current owner of the property specifically advises us not to walk on the surface (this is most common on new builds for warranty purposes)
We will physically enter the attic space whenever it is safe, this way we can perform the most thorough inspection we can. Yes, you can spot many defects by climbing up high enough to look around from the attic access but getting in there and taking a closer look gives us a chance to spot many other issues that could be missed or overlooked.
We get down and dirty in small crawlspaces when it is safe to do so to check the condition of the components and systems under the home. Many active issues and defects are overlooked or missed due to minimal access or room for movement in crawlspaces.
We include thermal imaging as part of our standard home inspections. When we come across potential water intrusion, heat loss/weather penetration through structure openings or potential furnace issues, we will use our thermal imaging devices to further investigate.
You will receive your detailed inspection report the same day as your inspection or it's free.