1. What Is Included In The Condo Inspection?
- Flexible Appointment Booking.
- Up to 1.5hr of Inspection Time.
- 24-72hr Report Delivery.
- $25k Honour Guarantee – Backed by InterNACHI.
- Detailed Easy To Read Digital Report and Printable.
- Free Thermal Imaging.
- Current Promotion | No Tax Discount | Code: INSPECT2022
2. What Does A Condo Inspector Do?
A condo inspection is completed by a certified home inspector as a visual examination of the physical condition of the condo. In most situations, the condo inspection will have limitations due to the condo setting area it is in. So your inspector will do the best to collect all the detailed information they can, to help you make a proper educated decision on your investment.
3. What Can A Condo Inspector See That I Cannot?
Your condo inspector will usually include a thorough examination of the condo interior and detailed information about its setting area. Condo structure types can vary and the inspector will not limit themselves, by not still completing the condo inspection on all the main areas if possible. Example: basement, roof, attic, heating and water systems, electrical and plumbing systems, as well as the general condition of the structure of the condo itself. This is where the inspector’s special tools come into play to help discover any concerning issues. As the condo inspection, can uncover any poor construction practices which will be documented in the report, followed by any repairs that might be required or any general maintenance issues that are needed; any fire and safety issues that are discovered and addressed will also be noted in the report.
4. What Is A Condo Inspection Report?
The condo inspection report results or finding from the inspector are not based on a pass or fail. The report submitted will only provide details of an itemized list of the condition from the condo inspected and any work that should or needs to be repaired.
Condo inspections that are conducted, due fall in part with 90% of all real estate transactions. Your condo inspector is not just about protecting your investment, but also about protecting you and your family. Our certified condo inspectors understand how important this is and take their profession very seriously, meeting the standards of care that are needed. They are aware of the role they play in your decision to make one of the biggest investments of your life.
Even though it is not mandatory to have a condo inspection in every province; a certified condo inspection should be a part of every real estate transaction. It is one of the best ways to ensure that everyone is protected.