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Commercial Inspection

Based on our insurance, we offer a commercial inspection service for residential buildings partly occupied for residential purposes and partly for commercial purposes, as long as the latter does not exced 40% of the building’s total surface, excluding the basement (convenience store, garage, boutique, hair salon, etc.).

Our inspectors have over 25 years of experience in building inspection and construction as well as residential and commercial renovation. Let our experienced and certified inspectors protect you against legal actions when purchasing or selling your property.

Let our experienced and certified inspectors protect you against legal actions when purchasing or selling your property.

The elements that can be included in an inspection

  • Foundations
  • Exterior walls
  • Doors and windows
  • Roofing
  • Basements and/or crawl spaces
  • Concrete slabs on grade
  • Wall insulation
  • Plumbing
  • Electricity
  • Hot water heaters
  • Heating systems
  • Structural framework
  • Structural walls
  • Ceilings
  • Structural floors
  • Plumbing fixtures
  • Roof cavities
  • Balconies, solariums, porches or decks
  • Garages attached to the house
  • Landscaping adjacent to the building

After the inspection, you will receive a complete and simple to consult report. Our inspection reports are specifically tailored to each building. The report can be used as a purchase guide or as a maintenance and renovations guide. You will also receive a free CD with all the photos taken during the property’s inspection.

We offer four kinds of inspection

Pre-purchase

The objective of the pre-purchase inspection is to determine precisely what condition a building is in beforehand. A professional inspection can avoid having your dreams turn into a nightmare. With the inspector’s comments and written report you will know and understand the building you are proposing to purchase. You are also protecting yourself against possible defects.

Pre-sale

Having one’s property inspected before selling it is both prudent and diligent. The more you declare out front, the better. Not only will the inspection provide you with a clear picture of the state of the property you propose to sell, but it will also protect you against possible post-sale dispute. Furthermore, the inspection report will serve to reassure potential buyers.

Specific

This type of inspection is aimed at identifying the necessary steps to correct a particular problem which exists in a building.

Overhaul

An overhaul inspection is to ascertain the state of a building and to write up the specifications of any work that needs to be done for the building to be brought up to standards.

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