From your apartment to a luxury hotel, we are certified to inspect it. With over 70,000 inspections, we have the experience and expertise it takes to inspect your property properly.
We serve the following areas: Beaumont, Calmar, Camrose, Edmonton, Ft Saskatchewan, Gibbons, Gunn, Lamont, Leduc, Legal, Morinville, Pigeon Lake, Redwater, Sandy Lake, Seba Beach, Spruce Grove, Stony Plain, Thorsby, Vegreville, Westlock
At Cabin to Castle, we take great pride in providing thorough and intuitive inspection reports to our clients. Our reports contain all pertinent information relating to your property in an easily accessible and digestible format. You can expect your report to be delivered within 24 hours of the inspection, in a mobile-friendly form that can be easily viewed on your phone or tablet. Your report will be visual, using high-quality images, video, graphics, and colour coding to highlight important content. We will also review the findings from the report with you and your agent to ensure clear understanding and to answer any questions you may have. Additionally, there is an Agent Repair Request Tool feature included in your report that will allow agents to quickly generate repair request documents by copying content and report language directly from your inspection report.
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We make every inspection a team effort and send 2 certified inspectors to each inspection.
Our modern reports are delivered within 1 hr from the inspection. Learn more about what you can expect from our easy-to-read home inspection reports.
“These guys were fantastic to deal with! Roy, Shawn and Max showed up for the inspection ahead of schedule, did a very thorough job inspecting each section of the house, and gave me updates throughout the process on anything they were finding. The report itself from them was incredibly detailed, and I truly felt secure going forward with the purchase because of the work these gentlemen put in. Highly recommend using Cabin to Castle for your property inspections! ”
Home inspections are a non-invasive visual evaluation of a property, analyzing both interior and exterior components of the home. The actual scope of the inspection is dependent upon the size and features of the home, for example, a two-bedroom condo would require fewer assessments than a large home with multiple floors. Common areas inspectors will check include:
Property inspections typically take 2-3 hours to complete. Certain aspects of the property may lead to a slightly longer or faster inspection though, depending on the size, age, and condition of the property, and whether or not it is vacant at the time of inspection.
At Cabin to Castle, we send two certified and ticketed home inspectors to your property. Having two inspectors working together not only helps to save you time, but also improves the quality of your inspection by having twice as many eyes and combined expertise involved in the inspection.
Yes, if possible, we strongly encourage you to attend the entire property inspection. Following along with the inspector and asking questions can reveal a great deal of information about the property and how to best keep it maintained.
No, the inspectors are not qualified to provide an accurate appraisal of the property. For an accurate and detailed appraisal it is always best to consult a professional appraiser.
No, property inspectors should not be recommending specific contractors or repair companies, as this could be perceived as a conflict of interest.
A sewer scope is used to confirm the integrity of your property’s plumbing groundwork and main drainage, by searching for existing issues or potential problems. It can easily identify the condition of your pipes, check for roots, and determine the presence of blockages, leaks, or cracks in the sewer line.
Our inspectors can also use a sewer scope to confirm if a backwater valve has been installed on your property. Backwater valves prevent a scenario where your neighbour’s plumbing is unintentionally backed up into your home.
Ideally, office buildings should be inspected every two years, as a routine inspection helps to promote a safer and more accessible environment for all. Inspections may reveal potential safety hazards to individuals or to the property itself. They can also detect areas that are in need of repair and provide an overall assessment to the condition of the building.