Our Home Inspection services

At CW Inspections we help the residents of Fort St John feel confident in making and maintaining one of the largest investments of their lives. Each of our inspection reports is complete with full colored photos and a detailed description of the home we are inspecting.  Dallas’s report will highlight the reliability of the following mechanical systems and structure of your home. The following services are included:

Roof, chimney, and flashingsFoundation, and building structure
Exterior finishesAttic insulation, and ventilation
Air-conditioning systemsHeating systems
Electrical systemsPlumbing systems
  • Roof, chimney, and flashings
  • Foundation, and building structure
  • Exterior finishes
  • Attic insulation, and ventilation
  • Air-conditioning systems
  • Heating systems
  • Electrical systems
  • Plumbing systems

Benefits For The Home Buyer

Find out what needs repair or replacement before buying your home.

The ability to negotiate the price depending on what issues we do or don’t find.

Learn how a home works and gain a maintenance plan.

Learn where the major systems and shut off valves are located.

 

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Benefits For The Home Seller

Know the issues to fix before the home hits the market.

Gain awareness of issues that may de-value your property.

Advertise that your home has been pre-inspected adding more value and appeal for your buyers.

 

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Benefits For The Home owner

Know the state of your home from a professional standpoint

Prevent future costly repairs

Keep your home safe for your family and loved ones

Have the ability to know how your home is working for the warranty process on new builds

A second professional opinion on the progress of construction of your new build

 

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Our Home Inspectors are licenced, bonded, and insured

Pre-Purchase inspections

The most common type of inspection. It is used to help identify major defects and other problems. Used so the buyer can make an informed decision about the building’s condition and expense of related repairs.

Listing/Seller’s Inspection

This inspection is used to identify the problems with your home. You may share this report with a potential buyer, or use the report to make any necessary repairs to your home. It is beneficial to both the buyer and seller to know the house is in good order. This can encourage a quick sale.

Maintenance Inspections

This inspection is recommended every 3-5 years. It is a health check-up for your home, and is meant to clear up any concerns you have towards the state of your home. It is the same as a pre-listing inspection, except that you have no intention in selling your home.

THERMAL IMAGING Inspections

Thermography inspections measure surface temperatures using a thermal imaging camera. These tools see light that is in the heat spectrum. Images on the video or film record the temperature variations of the building’s skin, ranging from white for warm regions to black for cooler areas.  This will show any hidden anomalies or missing insulation in requested areas.

coMMERCIAL inspections

A commercial building inspection evaluates a property dedicated for commercial use — one that drives profit (or intends to) from its operations or rental fees. A commercial property inspection aims to determine if the property has any structural or otherwise issues. They are most common during the process of buying or selling a commercial building.

WETT inspections

This type of inspection is for wood and pellet burning appliances and may be required as part of a real estate purchase, as requested by your insurer, as required by the Authority Having Jurisdiction or as part of a Fire Code requirement. It also provides peace of mind to you prior to use.

warranty inspection

This is an inspection of the new home before the builder’s warranty expires. It is used to discover any defects that will require warranty work before it is too late. Potentially a huge money and headache saver.

ROOFING inspections

The information in the roof inspection report includes the existing condition(s) of the roof and components, estimated remaining life of the existing roof(s) and information for corrective action (on-going maintenance, repairs and replacement estimates).

FOUNDATION inspection

A foundation inspection includes your home’s interior and exterior.  We will look at the outside walls, ground, siding, and stairs. Inside, you’ll look again at the walls, windows, doors, and floors throughout the home.

Our commitment to Unmatched Quality and Reliability has made us NEBC’s Highest-Rated Home Inspector. But don’t just take our word for it – see what our satisfied clients have to say:

Highly recommend Dallas with CW inspections! He was very accommodating to our schedule, and got us in quickly, and got the report to us within a few hours! We appreciated how he took the time to walk us through the home, ensuring we understood everything and was very thorough! Can’t speak more highly of
his professional timely service.

Rhea Blain

Service was excellent, the walk through and report were very thorough which included pictures with great detail. Dallas is very knowledgeable and was able to answer all our questions. I highly recommend CW for your next home inspection.

Scott Loewen

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