Blog › September 2013
This 3 bedroom renovated bungalow situated on a sunny 7300 sq.ft. south exposed lot with mature hedging and neighbours on one side only offers complete privacy. There's an inground pool and hot tub under a gazebo for year round enjoyment. There's an oak kitchen with granite counters and newer appliances that overlooks the family and living rooms and out to patios. The bedrooms are quietly tucked away and there are 2 new bathrooms. Plus, a games room and den ideal for home office. Bonus, vinyl windows, newer roof, fully insulated and hardy board exterior. Just move in and enjoy!
How a Home Inspection Helps You
Whether you're considering buying a particular home, selling your current
property – or both – a home inspection can help.
A home inspection is an inspection by a qualified professional who takes a
close look at every aspect of a home – structure, wiring, plumbing, and
more – and identifies issues you may not have noticed yourself.
For example, a home inspection can reveal that a furnace will need to be
replaced soon, or that there is a water leak into the basement that needs to
You'll definitely want to get a professional home inspection before you buy a
particular property. That's why most offers to purchase a home are
conditional upon passing a home inspection. (The last thing you want is to
buy your dream home only to discover that the wiring needs to be updated!)
You may also want to get a home inspection on your own home before you
list it for sale. A certificate from a qualified professional that states that your
home passed inspection will make your property more attractive to buyers.
Many reputable home inspectors are members of a professional industry
Canada Association of Home & Property Inspectors.(
Professional Home and Property Inspectors of Canada.(
National Home Inspectors Certification Council.(
In the U.S.