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A home inspection that inspires confidence in your largest investment!

Muskoka | Barrie | Gravenhurst | Orillia | Bracebridge | Midland

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What's Included in a 
Home Inspection?

Having your home inspected by a certified professional home inspector is your first step to insuring nothing gets missed. During a home inspection a certified inspector works off of set standards of practice and often exceeds these standards. Major components of the home such as the roof, foundation, electrical, plumbing, heating and cooling systems among many other systems that make up a home will be inspected! Your North Pro Inspector will even go into crawlspaces and attics to make certain every visible portion of the home has been inspected. Still have questions about what exactly will and won't be inspected? Feel free to have a look through InterNACHI's standards of practice!

FAQ

What is a home inspection?

A home inspection is a non-invasive visual examination of the homes major systems, components, and structure that are visible and safely accessible.

How soon will I receive my report after the inspection?

We offer same day reports for our clients so you're never waiting on the report before making an offer on a home in todays competitive market.

Why should I choose to get a home inspection?

Buying a house is often regarded as one of life's largest investments, so its important to get a home inspection! Give yourself some good assurance by hiring a certified professional inspector who will be able to identify and document in a report defects that may have gone undetected to you as the prospective buyer.

How long does a home inspection take?

Generally speaking a thorough home inspection of a average size home will take 2-3 hours to complete. More time may be needed for larger homes, extra services, or multiple structures that need inspected (detached garage etc.)

Can a home fail an inspection?

Simply put, no. A home inspection does not present a pass or fail upon completion. You will receive an unbiased report outlining defects found during the inspection; many of which are repairable and do not pose a major risk to your purchase. The decision is ultimately left in the hands of the client.

Im buying a new home do I still need an inspection?

Absolutely! All to often the excitement of buying a new home can be overwhelming and things can be missed. Often times new construction homes come with a warranty typically 12-24 months, after this time latent defects left by the builder can be tough or impossible to get fixed by the builder without charge. Avoiding costly repairs on a brand new home is exactly why you should hire a certified professional inspector.