A home inspection is a limited, non-invasive examination of the condition of a home, often in connection with the sale of that home. The inspector prepares and delivers to the client a written report of findings. The client then uses the knowledge and information contained in his home inspection report, to make informed decisions about the home they are purchasing. The home inspector describes the condition of the home at the time of inspection but does not guarantee future condition, efficiency, or life expectancy of systems or components.
The inspector will submit a report that documents any findings at time of inspection. If problems or symptoms are found, the inspector may recommend further evaluation. A home inspection is a visual inspection to determine problems or conditions that exist at the time of the inspection.
Buying a new home can be very stressful and having a Professional Home Inspection can help your purchase go smoother with the knowledge that all major systems and any maintenance items have been inspected. Knowing what repairs and items that require maintenance can help give Peace of Mind and ensure your budgeting will not be affected.
If you are buying a rural property it is always a wise decision to have your septic system and well inspected. Most professional home inspectors will suggest you hire a professional for both these inspections. Septic tank systems are located underground and a professional installer will typically pump out your tank and evaluate the bed from conditions he finds during this process. Some inspectors may say they are qualified to perform septic and well inspections, but unless they are specifically licensed for them, they should not be considered qualified.
Infared-Detection.com , located in Barrie ON, offers a 100% Money Back Guarantee on every residential and commercial building inspection. They also offer Free Thermal Imaging scans with every inspection. As a Certified Building Code Official and a former Registered Builder with Hudac his experience far exceeds that of the competition. With over 4,000 building inspections the Barrie Home inspector should be your first choice when wanting to protect your investment.
The savvy home buyer will accompany the Home Inspector and learn about their new home. Asking questions is recommended and every item is discussed in detail to ensure a complete understanding of any issues covered by the home inspector. The client receives an overview of entire inspection at the conclusion, a computerized report and a PDF copy of his home inspection report for his records.