Condo & Townhome Inspections
Relocation Inspections | New Home Inspections
Pre-purchase | Pre-listing | Commercial Inspections
IAQ Investigations & Mold Sampling | Allergen/Asthma Testing
Radon Measurement Professional | Radon Testing
Expect Easy-to-Understand Property Inspection Reports
The home inspection report includes photos & illustrations. The inspector will review the report with you, as well as, conduct a walk-through & discussion of the property after the inspection is concluded. Our reports are delivered same day, often immediately following the inspection.
Inspections include the following systems in the home:
Foundation & Structure
Basement & Crawlspace
Site condition analysis
Garage & Carport
Exterior Walls, Windows & Doors
Porches, Decks & Patios
Skylights, Gutters & Flashing
Roofing & Chimneys
Attic, Ventilation & Insulation
Interior Walls, Ceiling & Floors
Kitchen & Bathrooms
Heating Systems & Fireplaces
Condominium & Townhome Living
We want you be an informed consumer & make your condo or townhome purchase a pleasant experience.
Condominiums & townhomes have much to offer as a homeownership option. Each building is unique, as is each potential buyer. When considering the purchase of a condominium or townhome, compare attributes such as features, physical & financial condition, lifestyle opportunities as well as cost.
- Inspect all interior aspects of your unit, such as plumbing, electrical, heating/cooling, as we would for any style of home.
- Conduct a cursory inspection of boilers, roof top & garage, if we have been granted access. Some strata’s restrict access to these areas. Permission must be requested prior to the date of the inspection.
- Request access to specific areas of the building including, garages, roof surface, boiler room, and electrical service room.
- Obtain and read strata minutes, AGM, extraordinary meetings held over the last two years.
- Obtain and make available to the inspector, any engineering or depreciation reports prior to the date of the inspection.
- membrane or flashing failure
- roof problems
- hot water / plumbing problems
- exterior wall problems (building envelope)
- foundation or retaining wall cracks
- leaks of any kind on balconies or in garages
This information can be important to the over all condition of the structure.
- What are the unit boundaries?
- What will my maintenance obligations be?
- What are the rules regarding the allowable number of occupants, noise, pets, amenities, parking, etc., and how are these upheld?
- Can I alter my unit’s appearance? If I want to change something, what procedure do I have to follow to get permission?
- Does the strata corporation have the minimum insurance required by my provincial or territorial legislation?
- What will my insurance obligations be?