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Pre-Listing Inspections:

Multiple Offers – Buyers don’t have a chance to do their own inspections.

More offers – Knowing that a pre-listing inspection has already been done.

Clean Offers – Reduce the amount of offers requiring a home inspection clause.

Understand the Condition of the House – Make sure the seller understands the condition of their property – may reduce post sale issues.

Pre-Purchase, Pre-Offer and Post-Purchase Inspections:

Hot property in hot location and you want an inspection before you make an offer so you know what price to go in at.

Buyers need to understand what they are purchasing.

If any improvements and or replacements are needed.

Lender/Laywer/Insurance may need a copy of an inspection report.


Residential Condominium Inspections:

Buying or Renting/Leasing Out – Why you need an inspection?

Maintenance fees typically cover ONLY the Exterior areas.

YOUR responsible for the Interior elements of the unit.What about: Leaks, Electrical Issues, Mold, Damages, Flooring etc.

How about the appliances – do they work?

Will your Insurance Co. and/or Lawyer require an inspection report?

Are you renting the unit out? Cover yourself with a Maintenance Inspection, see below.

Peace of Mind!.


All Residential Property Inspections and Reports
includes the following:

  • Detailed non-invasive visual Inspection.
  • Inspection Based on CAHPI/OAHI “Standards of Practice”.
  • Pictures of Deficiencies included in report (some conditions apply).
  • Appliances tested and inspected, if applicable.
  • Garage and Locker Inspected (Apt Condo’s, if applicable)
  • Detailed report with General Summary and Full Report Sections.
  • Report emailed directly to you same day.
  • Thermal Imaging (optional).

The CAHPI/OAHI “Standards of Practice” Inspection includes:

  • Exterior
  • Roof
  • Heating/A/C
  • Structure
  • Electrical
  • Plumbing
  • Interior – Rooms, Kitchen, Bathroom etc.
  • Windows
  • Garage, if applicable
  • Much more.

Commercial/Industrial Property Inspections

Warehouse - Retail - Office - Industrial - Multi-Unit

Why do a Commercial Inspection?

Net-Net-Net Lease (triple net) – person leasing the property may be responsible for the upkeep.

Pre-Lease Inspection – to document condition of the building prior to leasing property – both, lessor (owner) and Lessee (buyer/rentor)may benefit with understanding the condition of the property prior to entering into a lease.

Post-Lease Inspection – Lessor (Owner) needs to understand condition of property after the triple net tenant leaves.

Lender/Laywer/Insurance may need a copy of an inspection report.

Pre-Purchase and Pre-Sale Inspections – same idea as the residential pre-purchase and pre-listing inspections.

Maintenance Inspections – Understand condition of building for preventive maintenance program

The Commercial Property Condition Assessment Report

(PCA) includes the following:

  • Detailed non-invasive visual Inspection.
  • Inspections based on ASTM E 2018-01 and or InterNachi Commercial “Standards of Practice”. When or if required.
  • Pictures of Deficiencies included in report.
  • Detailed PCA report with Detailed Sections.
  • Probable cost range to remedy physical deficiencies, where possible or required. Additional charges may apply.
  • Report emailed directly to you (.pdf).
  • Thermal Imaging (optional).

What does a Property Condition Assessment (PCA) “Standards of Practice” Inspection include?

  • Exterior – Bay Doors/Windows/Driveways etc.
  • Roof
  • HVAC- Heating/A/C
  • Structure
  • Electrical
  • Plumbing
  • Interior – Windows/Doors/Ceilings

InterNachi Commercial “STANDARDS of PRACTICE”



30 day, 1 year (11 mth) and 2 year

Includes detailed report, pictures of deficiencies and thermal imaging

We are Certified New Home Construction Inspectors (NCI) who follow CAHPI New Home Inspection Protocol.

Check out our Tarion – New Home Construction web page.


Are you a Residential or Commercial Property Manager or Landlord?

Why Do A Maintenance Inspection?

  • Do you Rent or Lease Units – Condo Apartments and or Homes?
  • Maybe you’re going to rent or lease a property?
  • Do you need proof of the property condition before and/or after you rent or lease?
  • Cover yourself for Insurance and or Possible Liability (law suits).
  • Preventive Maintenance – Catch those issues before they cost more.
  • Health and Safety deficiencies with your property may be a liability issue!
  • Full detailed inspection with pictures for your records.
  • Performed by a Certified Property Inspector – Residential and Commercial


THERMAL IMAGING – Find Hidden Moisture…MOLD!

Are you concerned with Moisture Damage behind walls?

Possible MOLD!

Thermal Imaging Certified – InterNachi

Thermal Imaging Building Sciences Trained – Flir

Check out our Thermal Imaging Page for more info.