New Home Warranty Inspection Services

Make sure you have A Buyer’s Choice home inspector look at your home before your new home warranty expires. Your Buyer’s Choice inspector will examine your home’s structure, mechanical and electrical systems to identify defects and other problems before they become your problems.

Most new homes come with a standard one year warranty against building materials and workmanship. Unfortunately, problems often occur after the warranty has expired. Such problems can be a real nightmare. Don’t let a contractor’s mistakes or negligence make your life miserable:  protect yourself and your investment! Have an experienced home inspector make sure that your home was built to code and to standard.

 

Home Maintenance Inspections

During the course of our busy everyday lives we can often overlook some very important things. This is never more true than with general household maintenance. Aside from being the place where you hang your hat, a home is also a very valuable investment. Failure to maintain it properly can damage your home and downgrade its value.

A home maintenance inspection by A Buyer’s Choice will identify for you those areas and aspects of your home that need attention. This will include:

  • Roof
  • Gutters and Drainspouts
  • Fireplaces and chimneys
  • Furnaces and air conditioning (including filters)
  • Smoke detectors and other safety equipment
  • Plumbing and faucets
  • Windows and doors
  • Basement walls and drains

Our inspection will provide you with three complete lists:

  • Required Items (problems that require immediate attention)
  • Deferred Items (things that should be dealt with soon)
  • Future Maintenance Items (things that should be noted, but are not urgent)

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Renovation Deficiency Inspections

Doing Home Renovations? Use A Buyer’s Choice Inspector and protect yourself!

You’ve watched those shows on TV and know the nightmares that can arise from home renovations when done improperly. Sub-standard materials, poor workmanship or jobs left unfinished. To the untrained eye it can be difficult to know if you are getting your money’s worth.


Protect yourself! Our Inspectors can assess a renovation job near completion to make sure everything is being done correctly. This can save you time, money and a world of grief if your contractor isn’t completing your renovations properly. Before you make that final payment, make sure!


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About Our Home Inspection Services

A Buyer’s Choice Home Inspectors provide a complete range of home inspection services to ensure you can make your home purchase with complete confidence. Our well trained, professional and dedicated inspectors do a thorough and complete inspection of homes and other buildings. Our services, done once and done right, will give you the peace of mind you need when making such an investment.

What is a home inspection?

A home inspection a visual examination of the physical condition of a home (or other building). This is usually, but not always, connected to the sale of that home or building and its findings often determine the successful completion of that sale.

A home inspection will usually include an examination of the foundation and basement, roof, attic, heating and water systems, electrical and plumbing systems, as well as the general condition of the structure itself. An inspector will look for poor construction practices and make note of any repairs that might be required or any general maintenance issues. Importantly, they will also make note of any fire and safety issues that need to be addressed.

Home Inspections are not conducted on a Pass or Fail basis, it provides a report that shows an itemized list of the condition of the home or building and any work that should be done. The inspection and the creation of the report is often a condition of the sale of the home. An inspection is conducted in about 95% of all real estate home transactions.

The level of training and certification required of home inspectors varies from place to place, depending on state or provincial regulations, but it is always advisable for anyone considering buying a home to insist on an inspection by a certified, experienced professional. This can save the buyer from many potential problems and expenses in the future.

While no industry  or legislated requirement exists - like the rest of A Buyer's Choice Home Inspections' practices, we set our standards very high.  All of our franchisees carry Errors and Omissions and Liability Insurance, whereas many home inspectors are not insured at all.  We recommend that no one ever use an uninsured inspector. 

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