A home inspection is a limited, non-invasive examination of the condition of a home, often in connection with the sale of that home. Home inspections are usually conducted by a home inspector who has the training and certifications to perform such inspections. The home inspector prepares and delivers to the client a written report of findings.
Older Century Homes are very popular and typically generate a lot of interest when they come on the market. Behind that alluring country charm can reside a myriad of issues and expensive repairs. Some items that are fairly common to Century Homes are Asbestos, Knob & Tube Wiring, Structural Issues and Crumbling Foundations.
Certified Commercial Building Inspector with Expertise in Commercial, Industrial, Institutional & Apartment Building inspections. All our inspections are based on the following Inspection Standards: National Association of Commercial Building Inspectors (NACBI) Code of Ethics Standards of Practice ASTM E2018 – 08 Standard Guide for Property Condition Assessments: Baseline Property Condition Assessment Process.
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Buying a Brand New Home is many Home Owners dream. Unfortunately in Ontario there is not much protection for new home buyers. Tarion Warranty does cover a lot of expensive items such as foundations, roofing, exterior cladding…the list goes on and on.
If your builder fails to resolve your claim, or does not feel that the item is warranted, that is when Tarion can help. We can assess your claim and, if warrantable, ensure that the issue is resolved. However, to be eligible for Tarion’s assistance, you must report your warranty claim within the relevant warranty time frame.
Pre-listing inspections provides openness and portrays transparency which establishes trust, a positive factor that can help push the sale prices higher and stimulate more offers. If the house is perchieved to be in better condition than originally thought, the price will definately reflect this.