Home inspector Montérégie
Vous cherchez un inspecteur en bâtiment certifié en Montérégie?
Qu’il s’agisse d’une inspection pré-achat, prévente ou tout autre type d’inspection de maison, de condo, de duplex ou de bâtiment multilogements, les inspecteurs et experts en bâtiment certifiés d’Inspec-thor effectueront un travail minutieux.
Ours home inspection services
Non-exhaustive visual inspection of a property done before a real estate transaction to determine the state of the property at the moment of the inspection.
Non-exhaustive visual inspection of a property done beforehand to determine the state of the property at the moment of the inspection..
Following a pre-purchase inspection, and to the client’s request, the inspector will go back on site of the previously inspected building in order to confirm that all aspects to be corrected, during the first inspection, have been looked into according to the code of practice.
You are renovating? Depending on the magnitude of the renovations, the inspector will conduct 2 or 4 visits and will ensure that the work is being done in accordance to the code of practice while respecting the building code..
During the construction of your new home, a building inspector will follow-up for you, 4 visits are implied: 1- Foundation and structure, 2 – Plumbing, electrical and insulation, 3 – Interior/Exterior finishing, 4 Final inspections, everything in accordance to the building code.
Protec-Thor Recognition inspection
A recognition inspection is a non-exhaustive visual inspection of a property, for a period of more or less 90 minutes. Its objective is to inform the seller of the different work to be carried out in order to accelerate the sale of the property.
The thermographic inspection for your home
Certain company offers thermography inspection... beware! Although all our home inspectors have completed basic training in thermography, we do not offer this service which is an expertise. Do not be fooled by companies that offer thermography and visual inspection at the same price as a visual inspection. You should only use a infrared inspector trained by a reputable company (such as Snell Infrared Canada) and certified to at least Level 1 in accordance with ASNT TC-1A Thermal Infrared...