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Your Calgary Home Inspector

Bringing Practical Design & Field Knowledge into Your Home

Home Inspections for the Greater Calgary Area

Your Calgary Home Inspector doesn’t stop at the city boundaries. Inspection services are available throughout the greater YYC area. Okotoks, Chestermere, Airdrie, Cochrane and more are all open for home inspections.

What Do We Inspect?






…but your inspection doesn’t stop there.

Home Inspections on all Scales

Regardless of the size or configuration of your home we’ve got your inspection needs covered.

Single/ Detached Homes

 Whether it’s a 1000 sq. ft. starter home, or a 10000+ sq. ft. estate – the good news on the home inspection side is that key elements remain consistent from one residence to another. That means your Calgary Home Inspector has you covered regardless of where you’re at in your real estate journey.

Townhome/ Rowhome

Every element of a detached home, but with the added benefit of being closer to your neighbours. However, let’s have a home inspector also be certain you’re protected from them in the cases of proper drainage and the potential for flame spread.

Condo/ Apartment

Looking down upon the heart of downtown, or simply enjoying scenic views from the cities numerous surrounding communities? Let’s identify any issues that may exist in your unit. Every suite still has major systems of electrical, plumbing, and heating that may need updates or repairs that your home inspector can help identify.

INSPECTION Services for All Life Stages

Get the assurance that comes with having a professional home inspection done. Whether you’re a homeowner, buyer, or seller your Calgary Home Inspector can provide you with a comprehensive evaluation of your property and identify any issues.

Pre-Purchase Inspection

Let’s get to know your home together before you finalize your purchase. Book a complete standard home inspection to ensure peace of mind on lifes largest investment.

Pre-Listing Inspection

Before listing your home for sale consider having an inspection done to avoid being caught off guard by any surprises revealing themselves through a pre-purchase inspection amidst your conditional sale.

New Construction Inspection

Whether you’re in the stage of pre-drywall, final walkthrough, or have an expiring warranty agreement a new home construction inspection can help ensure someone knowledgable in the industry is looking out for you.

Home Maintenance Inspection

Protect your home by having a home maintenance inspection done on the property. Learn where your home needs the most attention, and how you can keep your home in the best condition.

Experience you can count on.

Years of Experience in the Residential Construction Industry

Serving Calgary & Surrounding Areas

Inspection Based Certifications

Through the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors & International Association of Certified Indoor Air Consultants

Of New Homes Reviewed & Reported On

Pre-Drywall & Final Construction Stages.

Blog Posts

How Much Does a Home Inspection Cost?

When it comes to purchasing a home in Calgary, a home inspection is a crucial step that can help you make an informed decision. A professional home inspector can identify potential issues and ensure that the property is safe and sound. However, many homeowners and...

Use of Infrared for Home Inspections

Why Do Calgary Homeowners Need an Infrared Inspection from a Qualified Home Inspector?As a homeowner in Calgary, you want to ensure that your property is well-maintained and free from any hidden defects that could cost you a significant amount of money in repairs down...

How Old is my Roof?

Your Roof - Arguably the most important part of your homeThe roof of a home is a critical component that protects the occupants from the elements and helps to maintain a sound structure by shedding water and snow melt away from the building. The life expectancy of...

Building Structure – Terms to Know

Does a Home Inspector Review Building Structure?Yes, an inspector's responsibility is to thoroughly observe and report on the various visible structural components of a residential property, as well as their condition. The structure is arguably the most important part...