General Home Inspections
Home inspections are visual examinations of a house and property. When performed by our qualified professionals, they include a thorough visual inspection of the structure inside and out, from foundation to roof. Such examination covers all major systems, an objective evaluation of the condition of more than 400 items and a printed report of all findings and potential concerns.
Our professional and knowledgeable home inspectors can make you feel far more secure about your purchase or selling decision.
Verification of Repair Service – an AmeriSpec of Oakville/Burlington Exclusive Service
This post-inspection service allows for quality assurance. Simply put, if we identify any defects with the house during our inspection, and the client decides and negotiates to have the repaired prior to closing, they can request we come back and verify the repair of that stated defect. Please call us at 905-335-9178, for more information about this exclusive service.
Canadian Association of Home and Property Inspectors – www.cahpi.ca
The AmeriSpec Experience
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This inspection will determine the major areas of energy use and waste and make suggestions on what steps to take which could save you hundreds of dollars annually in utilities and help you do your part in protecting the environment.
Thermal imaging can help reveal problems concerning moisture (which could lead to mold and rot), electrical system hot spots, deficient insulation, deficient heat/AC and duct systems, structural issues, plumbing leaks, roof leaks and more.
Pool & Spa Inspections
This review includes a visual examination of a spa/pool installation. We will inspect the pool equipment, electrical supply and pool line. The equipment is operated and then checked visually, except for the pool heater if the pilot is not lit.
Indoor Air Quality Survey
As your home deteriorates, its condition can dramatically affect the quality of your indoor air. During an Indoor Air Quality Survey, we evaluate your home’s condition and make recommendations on how to improve your indoor air quality.