Residential Inspection

Pre-Listing Inspections

A Pre-Listing Inspection provides you with information that will help you sell your property. As most real-estate transactions today require the performance of a professional home inspection, the Pre-Listing Inspection gives you a head start in knowing what your purchaser’s inspector is looking for. You get a complete, detailed inspection analysis of your home in both written and digital formats. The Inspector will investigate all major components of the building system and comment on areas of concern as they are discovered. Finally, your inspector will provide a presentation sheet highlighting major expense items that a potential purchaser should be made aware of.

This service is designed to help you sell your home faster providing full disclosure to purchasers so that offers are based on their knowledge of the property.

Pre-Purchase Inspections

A Pre-Purchase Inspection provides you with a complete, detailed inspection analysis of your prospective home purchase in both written and digital formats. The Inspector will investigate all major components of the building system and comment on areas of concern as they are discovered. This is your opportunity to measure and record details of the home and related fixtures to help ensure you make an informed decision.

Our process is interactive. Our clients are encouraged to follow the inspector throughout the process and ask as many questions as needed to be comfortable moving forward.

TARION Warranty Inspections

A TARION Warranty Inspection provides you with information that will help you become an informed consumer and report concerns about your new home with confidence. New houses are living breathing things. In the first year after your new home is built, it will settle into its environment. Changing seasons have a profound affect on the buildings structure. Foundations move resulting in the movement of numerous components of the buildings system. These natural occurrences create the possibility of damage to key building components. It is your responsibility to provide your builder with a list of your concerns prior to your 30 day and 1 year anniversaries of home possession. You get a complete, detailed inspection analysis of your home in both written and digital formats. The Inspector will investigate all major components of the building system and comment on areas of concern as they relate to standard building practice and builder tolerances. This service is designed to help you avoid costly defects that could be repaired by your builder rather than at your expense

All inspections performed by A+ Home Inspection follow the Standards of Practice set out by our provincial association. The purpose of these Standards of Practice is to establish a minimum and uniform standard for home inspectors who are members of the association. We report on the following building systems:

  • Roof
  • Plumbing
  • Heating and Cooling
  • Structure
  • Exterior
  • Interior
  • Fireplaces