This is what people typically refer to when they are talking about a home inspection. This is the type of inspection you will want to get if you are buying a home. A pre-purchase home inspection condition is often written into most real estate purchase agreements to protect the buyer from anything that they did not see while doing their brief viewing.
At RGC we are here to help you – the home buyer – by providing you with an objective analysis of the property through a detailed pre-purchase inspection. All of our inspectors are certified and licensed in the province of Alberta and go through extensive training from our Certified Master Inspector, Nick Klassen.
A home inspection is a visual inspection of the accessible internal and external aspects of the property. The snippets of the homes story exposed by the little details of the home will help you discover how you are going to write the next chapter.
Inspectors must complete intensive, comprehensive inspections that include attention to every aspect of your home with precision that is then outlined in written reports complete with photographic evidence.
A detailed and thorough inspection by a certified inspector gives buyers peace of mind, especially for those who have little experience in the construction industry. With RGC you know what you are buying before you sign on the dotted line.
For 11 years we have been proud to help home buyers and sellers in the Edmonton and Surrounding Areas purchase a property with confidence with complete and thorough home inspections. If you are buying a home in one of the following cities we would be happy to assist you by inspecting your new home:
Edmonton, Sherwood Park, Fort Saskatchewan, St. Albert, Spruce Grove, Stony Plain, Devon, Leduc, and Surrounding Rural Areas