Office hours are 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Call 604 290-7296. Out of the Lower Mainland or across Canada call toll free 1-800-828-3883
We are the Home Inspection company who offers the most detailed inspection report in the industry (with optional Inspection Plus guaranteed inspections), free post-inspection phone consultation concerning the report, and service!
At Can-Am® we inspect the accessible systems and components of the house, including the roof system, structure, exterior, plumbing, electrical, heating system, air conditioning, insulation and ventilation, according to the CAHI and ASHI standards. We assist buyers, sellers and owners in obtaining the necessary information to evaluate the present conditions of their property.
An inspection of any kind of property works to your advantage, so please explore the materials here and then call our office to schedule an inspection!
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You have finally found your Dream Home! Both financially and emotionally, your new home is one of the biggest investments you'll make. At first glance, it may appear to be in great shape, but it may contain defects that you are not aware of. Have you...
Examined the roof, chimney and sub-structure?
Been in the attic to check for adequate insulation?
Removed the electrical box cover to check for potential fire hazards and aluminum wiring?
Tested the furnace for dangerous carbon monoxide and natural gas leaks?
Been in the crawl space to check for moisture damage?
Evaluated the crack in the basement wall?
Certain problems you could live with, but others could be financially devastating.
In making a decision of this magnitude, make it with peace of mind.
A home inspection and the report is a finding of the condition of the home on the day of the inspection!
It is not a warranty or guarantee of any kind.
A home inspection is a thorough, objective, visual non-destructive examination of the physical structure and systems of a home from the roof to the foundation. It is simply a detailed analysis of the present physical condition of a building on the day of the inspection.
During the actual on-site inspection, pertinent information pertaining to the property's condition is collected and the components and mechanical systems of the house are visually analyzed.
Having a home inspected is like giving it a physical check-up. The home inspector determines where problem areas exist and where they will need component replacement in the future. If problems or symptoms are found, the home inspector may recommend further evaluation.
Finally, the inspector submits his findings, both positive and negative in his report.