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First Time Home Buyers

Can the inspector fail a home?
No. A professional home inspection is an examination of the current condition of your prospective home. It is not an appraisal, which determines market value, or a municipal inspection, which verifies local code compliance. A home inspector, therefore, can not pass or fail a house, but rather describe its physical condition and indicate what may need to be repaired or replaced.

Pre-Purchase Home Inspections

Prior to finalizing your purchase you should be informed of the condition of the home.
A professional home inspector will prepare a detailed report of what will likely be the largest purchase you will ever make. The inspection will reduce the risk of costly surprises and allow you to prioritize any repairs that are required. With a Right House home inspection you can make an informed buying decision and ensure that you are purchasing the right house.

Pre-Listing Inspections

This type of inspection is usually requested by the seller before the property is listed for sale. This inspection will identify for the seller any hidden problem and allow the seller the option of repairing the condition. It is recommended to provide the potential home buyer and the agents a copy of the inspection report along with receipts for any repairs.

Tarion Inspections

  • New Home PDI (Pre-delivery Inspection)
  • Tarion 30-Day Warranty Inspection
  • Tarion 1-Year Warranty Inspection
  • Tarion 2-Year Warranty Inspection

A home inspection prior to the first year anniversary is recommended by TARION, The Ontario New Home Warranty Program. Smart homeowners are taking advantage of the services of a professional home inspector to assist in discovering unforeseen pitfalls or any hidden problems affecting their home. Don’t fall into the trap of many homeowners that attempt to save a few dollars and try to detect deficiencies on your own. An overlooked deficiency can cost thousands of dollars for something that perhaps the builder or Tarion may have covered had it been identified and reported. Our comprehensive Tarion inspections can give you the ‘peace of mind’ you deserve.

The Right House Inspection includes:

• The Right House Inspection Includes
• Roof, vents, flashings, chimneys
• Gutters and downspouts
• Driveways, walkways
• Entrances, deck, balconies and patios
• Basement, crawl space, slab on grade
• Plumbing
• Fireplace (not a W.E.T.T. inspection)
• Safety Devices
• Kitchen
• General Interior
• Ventilation
• Soffit and fascia
• Exterior, foundation
• Garage, garage doors, openers & sensors
• Grading, fences
• Electrical
• Heating
• Appliances
• Laundry
• Bathrooms
• Attic

And more!

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