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Visual Inspection


Systems and components examined during an inspection

  • The structure
  • The exterior
  • The roof
  • Plumbing
  • Electricity
  • Heating
  • Central air conditioning
  • The interior
  • Insulation and ventilation
Pre-purchase inspection
You are about to buy a house? A pre-purchase inspection is required. Our inspection report will help you avoid unpleasant surprises, especially hidden defects. Although not mandatory, inspection is an important step in the process of buying a new property. You should never give up, because it allows to discover the apparent defects and hidden defects of the building.
Presale Inspection
A non-exhaustive visual inspection of the property is conducted prior to the sale of the property to determine its condition at the time of inspection.
Taking Possession Inspection
The inspection taken consists of verification of all the elements and components of the building to determine the defective or incomplete elements according to a grid provided by “la Régie du bâtiment ou par l’APCHQ.”
Renovation follow-up
Are you renovating? Depending on the extent of the renovation work, the inspector makes two to four visits to ensure that the work is done properly and in accordance with the building code.
Construction monitoring
When building your new home, the building inspector will take care of the follow-ups for you. Four visits are required:

1 – Foundation and structure
2 – Plumbing, Electricity, Insulation
3 – Interior / Exterior Finish
4 – Final inspection; all in accordance with the building code.