Thirty years ago Home Inspection was not part of the real estate process. Now, over 70% of resale homes in North America include an inspection*. However, when it comes to Condominium Inspections, people are still living like it’s 1970.
Many operate under the misconception that since a condo is typically smaller than a houses and has a different set of systems and features there is no value in having a condominium inspected. Think again. Condos can experience water intrusion, leakage and damage. Their systems and appliances can fail. Previous owners may have completed undocumented or unapproved renovations. The list of what we’ve uncovered in condominiums goes on and on. This isn’t meant to be alarmist, but rather informative.
- A detailed investigation of all the major appliances within the unit.
- An inspection of and consultation on the systems within the unit, focusing on functionality and long-term maintenance.
- A check for manufacturer recalls on all major appliances. Click here to see a sample report.
- A comprehensive inspection report that documents the condition of systems, components and appliances, including illustrative photos and helpful maintenance information. Click here to see a sample report.