By: Ncons Homepro Inspections  09-12-2011
Keywords: inspections, Home inspector, New Home Warranty

Pre-Purchase Inspections

One of the best ways to understand about a home’s condition, habitability and safety is to hire a professional home inspector. A properly trained home inspector will review your house as a system, looking at how one component of the house might affect the operability or lifespan of another. Home inspectors will go through the property and perform a comprehensive visual inspection to assess the condition of the house and all of its systems. They will determine the components that are not performing properly as well as items that are beyond their useful life or are unsafe. They will also identify areas where repairs may be needed or where there may have been problems in the past. Inspections are intended to provide the client with a better understanding of property conditions, as observed at the time of the inspection.

Pre-Listing Inspections

Wouldn't it be better to be aware of any potential problems with your home prior to placing it on the market for sale? Expensive issues such as older roofs and furnaces or insurance issues such as aluminum wiring very often "kill the deal" when found by your buyers inspector. Knowing this information before-hand allows you and your agent to properly list your home.

Pre-Delivery Inspections on New Homes

Many people think that since the home is new there should not be anything wrong with it. This is simply not true. We have performed many PDI inspections and have found everything from deadly carbon monoxide leaks, to toilets filling with hot water, to missing insulation, to faulty windows, and many expensive cosmetic issues. Having an independent inspection of your new home will help you find these issues so they can be fixed prior to you settling into your new home.

30 Day and 1 Year Inspections on New Homes

Maintenance Inspections

Maybe you are already living in your dream home but are unaware of any existing issues. We can perform a full inspection on your home to determine if there are any health or safety issues as well as provide you with an idea of the remaining life in the major components of your home.

Radon Gas Measurement

Radon gas is an invisible odorless gas which can cause lung cancer. It exists in every home in Ottawa at different levels. Some areas of Ottawa can contain higher than acceptable levels. While one house may have safe levels, the house next door may not. Testing must be performed in order to determine the levels in a particular home. Please see the link on the left side of this page for further information on radon gas.

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Home Inspections

New Home Warranty Inspections

Radon Gas Testing

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