When preparing to buy a home, you want to know exactly what you’re getting yourself into. During the Buyer’s Inspection, we thoroughly search the property for damages and defects and discuss the home’s operation and maintenance requirements with you.
During a Pre-Listing Inspection, we help sellers understand what repairs would be beneficial to make before putting their home on the market. The information from the inspection will also help the seller better communicate with potential buyers.
New Construction Inspection
To ensure that a home is move-in ready and safe, a New Construction Inspection needs to be completed before the final walk-through. We will find building defects and oversights that you may wish to have addressed prior to moving in.
11th Month Warranty Inspection
When a newly built home is sold, the new owner will typically receive a 12-month builder’s warranty which covers the repair costs of defects in construction. During an 11th Month Warranty Inspection, we help the owner understand which repairs they can request before the warranty is over.
Home Maintenance Inspection
Small maintenance issues in the home are normal, but they can become major and expensive repair needs if not addressed in a timely manner. During a Home Maintenance Inspection, we help homeowners stay one step ahead of the issues in the home.
HomeShield Inspections is certified to provide a Level 1 Comprehensive visual inspection for wood-burning appliances and chimneys in accordance with WETT Canada (Wood Energy Technology Transfer) standards. These inspections are recognized by insurance companies, ensure a home’s wood-burning appliances and chimneys are code-compliant, are in good working order, and safe to operate.