Frequently asked Questions

Here are the most frequently asked questions. Contact us if you have any questions for our home inspectors.
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Our rates for pre-purchase, pre-sale and preventive inspections are personalized and their calculation depends on several factors. But, here is the average of our prices according to the type of building. Divided co-ownership: $ 450. Single-family home and Undivided co-ownership: $ 650. Duplex: $ 725. Triplex: $ 775. Quadriplex: $ 850. Multi-unit: $ 1,000 and more. Please know that we are never on promotion.
The certified building inspector meets a rigorous standard of practice and ethics of the strictest, has training in building inspection and keeps his knowledge up to date through continuing education.
Yes … And it is compulsory! This insurance consists of a civil liability policy allowing the inspector to meet the legal obligation to repair a wrong caused to others and an errors and omissions guarantee covering the risks related to his field of practice. If you appoint an “inspector” who does not have this type of insurance you expose yourself to significant risks.
We will provide you with the report within 48 working hours. You get a digital copy of the inspection report.
Absoutely. All you have to do is go to the Building inspection page and click on the “full inspection report” link to obtain it.
Absoutely! It is even recommended to do so. You will be able to ask questions and familiarize yourself with the components of the coveted building.
La durée moyenne d’une inspection dépend de plusieurs facteurs. En général, on peut s’attendre à passer au moins 2 heures sur le site d’une inspection pour une maison unifamiliale de 2 étages.
Yes. A college education of 555 hours in addition to the 20 hours per year in compulsory continuing education.
The twenty years spent in residential renovations have made it possible to develop an in-depth expertise in researching and solving problems in all types of buildings.
The contingency fund is a financial reserve accumulated by the condominium managers and taken from the condominium fees aimed at preserving the building. It is based on an estimate of the useful life of each component of the building. Not to be confused with the operating budget which is used for current expenses.
Yes. We use the InterNACHI Regulatory Service Agreement.
Yes. The InterNACHI Standard of Practice governs our inspections. As this standard is recognized in the inspection industry, several organizations use it or draw inspiration from it.
Yes … We are a member of InterNACHI. This association has more than 25,000 members in the United States, nearly 1,400 in Canada and 225 in the rest of the world. This strength sets us apart from any other group of inspectors.