Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What is a home inspection?
Home inspection is a non-invasive, visual examination of the accessible areas of a residential property, which is designed to identify defects within specific systems and components of a home. A home inspection will usually include an examination of the foundation, basement, roof, attic, electrical, plumbing, heating and water systems, as well as the general condition of the structure. During the home inspection, the home inspector will take pictures and make notes of any deficiencies or safety concern about the home. When the inspector finish inspecting, he/she will have a walk through with the client, showing them what he/she has found, then finally have the report ready and sent to the client.
Q: How and when will I receive my inspection report?
Your report will be deliver to you the same day of the inspection. Mold reports may take longer.
Q: How do I book an inspection?
You can book an inspection by calling us at 647-391-0188. We will be happy to arrange an inspection appointment at your convenience or you can click on “Book an Appointment” on the navigation bar above and fill out an inspection request form.
Q: Do I have to attend the home inspection?
It is not mandatory for you to attend the home inspection, but it is highly recommended that you do. Things are just better explain when you’re there to see it in person. Your Active Home Inspector will take you on a tour of the home pointing out issue and maintenance needed. Your inspector will also take you on a virtual tour of the roof and attic.
Q: How long does a home inspection take?
A typical home inspection of an average single-family home 1500-2000 square feet normally takes about 2.5 to 3 hours. During this time, the home inspector will thoroughly inspect your home, verbally disclose any findings to you on-site and answer any questions you may have.