OUR RESIDENTIAL INSPECTION SERVICES ARE CARRIED OUT BY AN EXPERTTECHNOLOGIST WITH ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY :
THE DRONE FOR THE ROOF AND THE THERMOGRAPHY FOR THE INTERIOR
When your roof is high and its slopes very steep, with its complex slopes, the intervention of a drone is the fastest, safest and economic solution for you. The drone can access restricted and dangerous areas more easily, avoiding the intervention of a nacelle and scaffolding. In addition, you will keep accurate images of your building.
Thermography identifies anomalies in air infiltration, the performance of insulation materials and special attention is paid to water infiltration.
The inspection of your home:
protect you from imperfections that could reduce the value of your property and adversely affect the health and safety of residents,
will prevent you from worsening unknown problems over time,
will inform you of possible improvements, in the event of a sale,
will help you with recourse against contractors,
will allow you to make informed decisions.
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Our role is to inform you about the real condition of the building, in order to fully understand the various components and mechanics of the building and to identify the deficiencies of the elements observed at the time of the inspection, as well as you propose the solutions. to be made to improve the condition of the building as a whole, according to very specific criteria and framed by rigorous standards of practice.
When selling your property, it is essential that you know the condition of your building. This allows you to set a fair price and avoid buyer's lawsuits. This type of inspection can speed up the sales process, since the buyer will not have to perform a pre-purchase inspection, although he may decide otherwise.
The primary purpose of this inspection is to examine the building's systems and components, in order to detect the work to be completed, apparent defects and poor workmanship, as well as major construction defects, while indicating to your contractor the elements to be corrected or to be completed.
To prepare for the pre-acceptance inspection, here is an information link for the Residential Construction Guarantee (GCR): The pre-acceptance inspection - GCR (Garantiegcr.com)
If you are going to buy a new property that is subject to GCR's warranty plan, the builder and the buyer are required to conduct an inspection of the finished product together. This inspection is of great importance. If imperfections are not noted at this time, the buyer has only three days to add them to the list of work to be corrected or completed, and only if he has not yet moved into the house or the building. condo. After this period, apparent defects which have not been noted will be excluded from a warranty claim. The house will then be considered to have been seen and accepted as is.