Take advantage of our professional and high quality service for your pre-sale inspection on the South Shore, the Greater Montreal Area, Laval and the North Shore. Whether you need a preventive, pre-receipt or presale inspection, our building inspector offers you an outstanding service.
A preventive inspection is essential to serenely conclude the sale or maintenance or to establish the contingency fund of your home, condo, multi-dwelling or business. It allows you to become aware of its true condition. You can thus plan the necessary repairs and maintenance or schedule negotiations (pre-sale inspection) according to your steps without the time constraints.
Our inspectors check the building meticulously. You can rely on our knowledge to offer you a preventive inspection that meets the highest standards. The preventive inspection consists of several steps that allow us to inspect a condo, a house, a building or a commercial location.
PREVENTIVE INSPECTION, IDEAL BEFORE SELLING YOUR PROPERTY
Preventive inspection is ideal when you need to sell your house, condo and multi-dwelling unit or building. A preventive inspection also becomes an indispensable tool as it allows you to identify anomalies or problems and the good points that your property may have and that can help you negotiate better during the sale.
It therefore allows you to make various repairs or bids or negotiate or disclose for a more successful transaction.
We give you insight on the repairs you will have to make to optimize or increase the value of your property. We offer you a detailed report and video of the preventive inspection done for your building. condo or house or multi-dwelling unit.
NEED A PREVENTIVE INSPECTION IN MONTREAL?
In Montreal, Laval and on the North Shore, we are professionals recognized for our expertise in pre-purchase inspection, preventive inspection, and pre-receipt inspection. The inspection is always carried out using the latest technology for building inspections.
The preventive inspection allows us to detect any anomalies in your property.
It allows you to determine which work must be done first.
The preventive inspection allows you to properly inform future buyers of your property.