What is an inspection and what is it for?
An inspection consists of a complete health check of your property. The visible components of the building are examined to ensure that they are free of defects: structure, roof, plumbing, electricity, heating, air conditioning, insulation, and ventilation. The inspection helps avoid unpleasant surprises by spotting signs of hidden defects and identifying the corrective measures to be made so that your home retains its value. After all, buying a home is often the biggest investment of a lifetime. So, ask our team of professionals so you don’t run any risks!
To have a property inspected and find out its condition before negotiating its price and concluding the purchase offer.
To identify the corrective measures necessary to maintain the value of a building for its sale.
To certify the compliance of the new building with the Quebec construction code before taking possession.
To get a general idea of the condition of your property and determine the work to prioritize to maintain its value, especially before major renovations.
To assess the condition of the building and help you establish a contingency fund.
To assess the condition of commercial and professional buildings.