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Home Inspections

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We are committed to providing the highest caliber home inspection services you can find in the area.

Our company takes pride in the relationships we build with our customers and the quality of work we provide to each of our clients. Using the leading techniques in the industry, we provide whole-home inspections that ensure your family is safe in your new home.

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Home Inspection Services In Grande Prairie, Alberta

When it comes to the real estate transaction process, it can be stressful, and honestly confusing. There is so much to try and keep track of, from dealing with agents, title & escrow companies, appraisals and more. So we are proud to offer home inspection services that are accompanied by a detailed & professional report to help keep the process as stress-free as possible.

Buyer's Pre-Purchase Home Inspection

Seller's Pre-Listing Home Inspection

Thermal Imaging Inspection

Interior Inspection

New Home Warranty Inspection

Exterior Inspection

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Frequently Asked Questions

WHAT CAN I EXPECT IN MY HOME INSPECTION?

A home inspection is an inspection of the condition of a home or property. It
typically includes an examination of the exterior and interior systems such as
foundation and basement, roof, attic, heating and cooling systems, electrical
and plumbing systems, as well as the general condition of the structure itself.

The concept is that the home inspector is trained to spot problems that
homebuyers are likely to miss. An inspector will look for poor construction
practices and highlight any repairs that might be required or any general
maintenance issues. Importantly, they will also make note of any fire and
safety issues that need to be addressed.

Home inspections are not intended to bring up a discussion about items the
homebuyers can easily see for themselves like the color of the wall paint or
what the carpets look like.

BEFORE BUYING A HOME, DO I NEED AN INSPECTION?

A home inspection provides an unbiased report on a home’s condition. A
home inspection will educate you and provide very practical information on
one of your biggest purchases. You will learn if there are any safety concerns
on the property and what maintenance may be required.

An inspection can prevent hidden issues from costing you unexpected funds
to repair your newly acquired home. Given that an inspection can help identify
potentially expensive repairs, it can assist in negotiations with the seller
should something be discovered (to have things repaired by the seller before
proceeding with the sale or having the price reduced to reflect the cost of
repair, for example).

BEFORE SELLING MY HOME, DO I NEED A PRE-LISTING INSPECTION?

Having your home inspected before you list it for sale can be beneficial in
several ways. It can help you be aware ahead of time of what repairs may need
to be done to improve your home’s selling condition; it can be a good tool to
help determine your home’s listing price for an efficient sale, and can save
time in the sale process when you share the report with potential buyers by
removing the need for the buyer to put an inspection condition on the offer to
purchase.

DO I NEED TO BE PRESENT FOR THE INSPECTION?

Although it is not required for the client to be present for the inspection, it is highly recommended. This is a great chance to learn more about the home and ask questions about the condition of the home and how to maintain it.

HOW MUCH DOES A HOME INSPECTION COST?

Rates will typically not vary more than $100 between different companies and are based on the square footage and age of the property. We don’t strive to provide the cheapest cost, but rather to provide the best value. I encourage you to not base your decision on price alone, as a home purchase is one of the largest financial decisions you will make in your life. Quality is remembered long after the price is forgotten.

HOW LONG DOES A HOME INSPECTION TAKE?

Typical inspections last between 2.5 – 4 hours depending on the age, condition, and size of the home. Larger homes, older homes, or homes with multiple issues always take longer than smaller, newer, well-maintained properties.

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