DAVE SNOOKS, Home Inspector
    Under The Rooftop Inc.
    416 896 1666 | Email


Types of Inspections,
The Process,
Pricing

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Home Buyer's Inspection

An inspector will examine everything including the roof, plumbing, electrical systems, heating and air conditioning units, ductwork, insulation, foundation and much more.

For brand new homes, Under The Rooftop will perform Pre-delivery Inspections (PDI), as well as 30-day and year-end inspections, provided the builder's policy allows for a third-party inspector consultation.

Prelisting Home Inspection

Increase your home's marketability with an impartial pre-listing inspection report. Identify and correct problems early by making necessary repairs prior to listing your house. Set a realistic sales price for your home based on information from the inspection report. Eliminate last-minute delays due to undisclosed home repair problems.

 


Who attends?

The buyers, buyers' sales representative and the home inspector.

Pricing Guideline

Full inspections begin at:

  • $350 for any size home under 2500 sq ft
  • $375 up to 3000 sq ft
  • $400 over 3000 sq ft, rising by $50 increments per additional 500 sq ft
  • Older homes (pre-1950) could warrant additional charges
  • homes with basement or other apartments could warrant additional charges
  • other factors such as: specialized properties, location, special arrangements could affect pricing
  • It's always best to call or email Under The Rooftop with job particulars and we will quote you an exact price.

     

    The Inspection Process

    To complete a home inspection, Under The Rooftop asks that the current homeowner(s) not be present and that a 3-hour window is reserved for the home inspection to be completed and fully reviewed.

    The inspector will arrive 30 45 minutes in advance of the buyers and agent to complete the exterior inspection of the home.

    He/she then meets with the buyer and explains the inspection process, outlined in the Home Inspection manual.

    The inspection continues and within 1.5 2 hours, the entire home is examined, the inspector making notes, recordings and videos of all components of the home. While the inspection is in progress, the buyers are encouraged to spend time checking appliances, smoke detectors, measuring for furniture etc. and becoming acquainted with their prospective new home.

     

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