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    Whether you’re buying or selling your home, we offer a range of inspection services to meet your needs.

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  • Our Report

    We provide a same-day, detailed and easy-to-understand report including visuals and recommendations.

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  • Companion Home Inspections of Calgary – licensed and certified.
    Helping home buyers and sellers make the right decision.

    Your home is indeed one of your most significant investments, whether you're buying or selling. Comprehensive home inspection is essential for making informed decisions, avoiding costly mistakes, and ensuring a smooth transaction process. It provides peace of mind and helps protect your investment in the long run.

    For Buyers: Our thorough home inspection helps buyers understand the current condition of the property, identifying safety concerns, arm them with adequate information for negotiating power and planning for future maintenance. 

    For Sellers: A pre-listing inspection allows sellers to identify, address issues and prevent last-minute surprises during the negotiation process. In addition, it enhances marketability, avoiding renegotiation and maximize sale price. 

    We understand the importance of leaving no stone unturned when it comes to evaluating your home. That's why we dedicate ample time to every inspection, meticulously examining every aspect of your property using specialized tools for optimal accuracy and insight. We believe in transparency and empowerment. That's why we invite our clients to accompany us during the inspection process. Feel free to ask questions and gain firsthand knowledge about your home—it's like receiving a personalized course in home ownership. Our commitment to your understanding doesn't end with the inspection. We provide detailed yet easily understandable inspection reports, complete with practical tips and recommendations. You'll walk away with a comprehensive understanding of your home's condition and actionable insights for maintenance and improvement.

    Absolutely, when it comes to your home inspection, having access to accurate and reliable information is essential. At Companion Home Inspections Calgary, we understand the significance of homeownership as one of life's most significant investments. That's why we're dedicated to providing you with the expertise and insights you need to make informed decisions about your property. Our thorough home inspection services in Calgary and surround towns ensure that you have all the necessary information at your fingertips, empowering you to protect and enhance your investment with confidence. Let us be your trusted partner in safeguarding the future of your home.

    In summary, whether you're buying or selling, a high-quality home inspection is essential for making informed decisions, avoiding costly mistakes, and ensuring a smooth transaction process. It provides peace of mind and helps protect your investment in the long run.

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  • Priority Maintenance for Home Buyers

    There are so many home maintenance and repair items that are important; it can be confusing trying to establish which are the most critical. To simplify things, we have compiled a short list of our favorites. These are by no means all-inclusive, nor do they replace any of the information in a home inspection report. They should, however, help you get started on the right foot. Remember, any items marked as priority or safety issues on your home inspection report need immediate attention.

    One-Time Tasks

    1. Install smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors as required, according to manufacturer’s recommendations. Know the requirements in your area.
    2. Make any electrical improvements recommended in the home inspection report.
    3. Remove any wood/soil contact to prevent rot and insect damage.
    4. Change the locks on all doors. Use a dead bolt for better security and to minimize insurance costs.
    5. Correct trip hazards such as broken or uneven walks and driveways, loose or torn carpet or uneven flooring.
    6. Correct unsafe stairways and landings. (Railings missing, loose, too low, et cetera.)
    7. Have all chimneys inspected before operating any of these appliances.
    8. Locate and mark the shut-offs for the heating, electrical and plumbing systems.
    9. Label the circuits in electrical panels.
    10. If there is a septic system, have the tank pumped and inspected. If the house is on a private water supply (well), set up a regular testing procedure for checking water quality.

    Regular Maintenance Items

    1. Clean the gutters in the spring and fall.
    2. Check for damaged roofing and flashing materials twice a year.
    3. Cut back trees and shrubs from the house walls, roof and air conditioning system as needed.
    4. Clean the tracks on horizontal sliding windows annually, and ensure the drain holes are clear.
    5. Test ground fault circuit interrupters, carbon monoxide detectors and smoke detectors using the test button, monthly.
    6. Service furnace or boiler yearly.
    7. Check furnace filters, humidifiers and electronic air cleaners monthly.
    8. Check the bathtub and shower caulking monthly and improve promptly as needed.
    9. If you are in a climate where freezing occurs, shut off outdoor water faucets in the fall.
    10. Check reversing mechanism on garage door opener monthly.
    11. Check attics for evidence of leaks and condensation and make sure vents are not obstructed, at least twice a year. (Provide access into all attics and crawl spaces.)

    Line drawings are from the Carson Dunlop Home Inspection Training Program and Home Inspection Software Tool – Horizon

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