Buying, selling or maintaining a home is one of the biggest decisions you will make in your life. With the help of a qualified Home Inspector, you will have an informative evaluation of your home.
A home inspection is an evaluation of the overall condition of the structure, systems and components of your property at a given time. There are several valuable reasons to have your home inspected. Early identification of issues and concerns in your home could save you a financial loss in the future. A home inspection could also contribute to the health, wellness and overall safety of you and your family.
An infrared thermal imaging camera may be used during your inspection. The benefit of this technology is that defects or concerns in your home can be more readily exposed. With the aid of an infrared thermal imaging camera, detection of water and cold air infiltration, excessive moisture, insufficient insulation, electrical hotspots, plumbing leaks, and much more can be revealed by the inspector.
Inspection services provided:
Home & Commercial
Infrared Thermal Imaging Camera
Does your home or living space have unpleasant odours, organic contaminants and pollutants or harmful bacteria? There is a growing demand in today's society for clean air. With an Ozone Shock Treatment a commercial ozone generator can dramatically reduce the contaminants in your home. Ozone generating machines produce ozone by UV light, converting normal oxygen to ozone gas, which is a very strong oxidizing agent used to destroy odours or other organic contaminants. After it has completed its job, ozone reverts back to oxygen. The great benefit of this process is ozone’s ability to alter, decompose and/or neutralize materials that are toxic without creating additional toxic compounds.
Ozone Shock Treatments can help to minimize:
Disinfecting and purifying with ozone can provide a much healthier home and indoor environment. An ideal time for an ozone treatment is when you have purchased a previously owned home and want to rid the area of unwanted odours, bacteria, etc. before moving in.
The treatment is great for homes, apartments, condos, attics/crawlspaces, vehicles, holiday trailers, commercial office space, motel rooms and other public areas.
Mold and Indoor Air
If you suspect you have mold or other indoor air contaminants in your home you should have it investigated by a qualified inspector. This inspection will be a thorough investigation of the exterior and interior to determine the current condition. Air samples will be taken if necessary and sent to an environmental testing laboratory. The laboratory will then relay the results to the inspector which include potential health effects and symptoms associated with the findings from the inspection. The inspector can then recommend solutions to this problem.
Mold is a natural organism with an important role in our everyday environment. However, when it grows within our living space it causes damage to our homes, and can contribute to poor health.
Symptoms that are associated with some types of mold include:
Other inspections may include testing for asbestos, lead, harmful bacteria and radon.