From attic to basement, we have you covered. An experienced, knowledgeable inspector performs detailed inspections of the following:


Attic Areas and Roof Framing

  • Framing

  • Ventilation

  • Insulation

Fireplaces and Chimneys

  • Chimney exterior

  • Spark arrestor

  • Firebox

  • Damper

  • Hearth Extension


  • Walls, ceilings and floors

  • Doors and windows

  • Stairways, handrails and guardrails

  • Permanently installed cabinets

  • Permanently installed cooktops, mechanical range ovens, dishwashers and food waste disposal

  • Absence of smoke alarms

  • Vehicle doors and openers

  • Plumbing

  • Water supply piping

  • Drain, waste and vent piping

  • Faucets and fixtures

  • Fuel gas piping

  • Water heaters

  • Functional flow and discharge drainage

  • Electrical

  • Service equipment

  • Electrical panels

  • Circuit wiring

  • Switches, receptacles, outlets and lighting fixtures

  • Heating and Cooling

  • Heating equipment

  • Central cooling equipment

  • Energy source and connections

  • Combustion air and exhaust vent systems

  • Condensate drainage

  • Conditioned air distribution systems

  • Foundation, Basement and Under-Floor Areas

  • Inspection for sloping floors, window and door-closing problems, cracks in walls and tiles, crawlspace and basement wetness, posts or piers

  • Floor framing system

  • Under-floor ventilation

  • Foundation anchoring and cripple wall bracing

  • Wood separation from soil

  • Insulation

Interior Home Inspection

 Window is not sealing and high humidity can cause paint to lift and rotting wall below. Can be costly to fixed budget. 

Black mould can be found in a lot of homes with high moisture content. Can be extremely unhealthy and must be dealt with properly.  

Black Mould

Warped floors or heaving is a sign of high humidity and moisture content as lack of space allowed for expansion

Warped flooring