Why Choose Us

All home inspectors are not created equal :

Home inspectors must be knowledgeable about all aspects of residential building systems and their operation. They must be able to recognize and report on non-performance and the potential for failure.

House inspectors should be able to:

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  • Describe the system types and the materials involved.
  • Recognize typical house defects and their implications, including safety concerns in the home
  • Understand all building system components and home repair techniques
  • Use proper home inspector terminology
  • Perform house inspections in a manner consistent with the standards of practice of the home inspection profession


The real questions you should be asking when looking to hire a home inspector:

How long have you been in the home inspection business and what is your previous background?

Years in business

  • Over 14 Years


  • 25 years in building/renovating
  • Over 15 years in property management


  • Construction engineering
  • Completion of the home inspection training program with honours
  • Yearly continual housing education
  • Certified home inspector
  • Registered home Inspector (highest level of accreditation)


  • OAHI (Ontario association of home inspectors)
  • CAPHI (Canadian association of home and property inspectors)

Report style

  • Easy to read computer generated home report with photos within 24 hours

Moisture Metre

  • Free moisture testing at every house inspection

Infrared Imaging

  • Free infrared thermal imaging at every house inspection


  • 100% money back guarentee

Response Time

  • Within 24 Hours


  • Free technical support for as long as you own your home

Do you have the proper education and training

Most inspectors have completed the home inspection courses:

But: I emphasize training because their is no way someone can be trained to perform a proper home inspection just by taking courses at a school. It takes years of practical experience in homes, getting you hands dirty, and years of physically working in the construction industry building and renovating houses.

Would you hire an engineer who has been sitting behind a desk for the past 20 years designing HVAC systems ?

Would you hire a painter who completed courses online?

Would you hire a roofer who got hurt and this was the course WSIB trained him in?

Would you hire the retired firefighter who needs some extra money in his spare time?

Would you hire a casino worker who performs inspections in his spare time?

When looking to hire a home inspector it is imperative that your first question is: What was your career before becoming a home inspector, not --How much do you charge? --- Is it really worth saving 20-40 dollars when a mistake could cost you so much more? A great home inspector is someone who has physically worked in the construction industry building and has a wealth of experience working in and around homes and commercial properties.



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