Everett Home Inspections Inc brings 30 years of building & construction experience to your home buying process to help you make an informed decision. InterNACHI certified, Greg Everett is a locally owned and operated building inspector who is ready to inspect your home. Whether you are planning to buy a home or sell one, a thorough home inspection gives you clarity on its condition so that you can make an informed decision.
Greg brings his own tools and ladders to assess various aspects of the property, including roof, basement, crawl spaces, plumbing, electrical systems and HVAC. The full inspection for an average home takes around 4 hours. You may choose to attend the inspection or sit back while we provide you with a detailed report at the end of the inspection. And all your questions will be answered on the spot.
Your search for the best home inspector in Calgary AB ends right here. With over 20 certifications acquired through home inspector training from InterNACHI, Greg has the knowledge and expertise to inspect every nook and corner of a home, from plumbing and electrical to roofs, foundation and other structural aspects.
Using sophisticated devices, such as thermal imaging camera, moisture meter and a radon detector, Greg can find hidden and unforeseen issues. This is an important part of the inspection and is highly recommended for older homes.
Buying a home is one of the biggest investments of your life and it can be daunting. Greg is here to help you through the process and into your new home. If you need assurance of our service, check out the buy back guarantee.
With the slowdown in the economy, most people are worried about the cost of home inspection in Calgary, AB. While there is no standard guide to depict home inspection prices, various factors account for the final amount.
At Everett Home Inspection Inc., our average home inspection price is based on the square footage and the age of the property, along with additional services being ordered.
Besides this, the price of a home inspection also includes the time taken by the inspectors to reach the location, and also the time taken to analyze the home inspection report.
A home inspection checklist can help home buyers/ sellers to make the most of a home inspection, and a wise home-buying home-selling decision.
Besides this, the price of a home inspection also includes the time taken by the inspectors to reach the location, and also the time taken to analyze the home inspection reportThe more one knows about the inspection, the easier it becomes to tick off all the boxes in the list, and stay content. This home inspection checklist is what all homeowners (potential or current) need, to ensure they get what they paid for.
A home inspector in Calgary, AB inspects the following as mandated by provincial regulations, and stated in the contact.:
Radon is an invisible, odorless and tasteless radioactive gas. Outdoors, radon becomes diluted and does not pose a health risk. However, when radon enters enclosed spaces, such as a house or basement, it can accumulate to high concentrations and become a health concern. Most of Alberta is zone 1, the highest zone with the potential of having radon. The only way to know how much radon is in a home is to test. Everett Home Inspection Inc can perform both short, 1 week and long term – 90 days, radon testing. The longer the radon testing, the more accurate the results obtained.
Buyers, owners and real estate agents use our home inspection service to evaluate the required maintenance, overall condition and defects in their properties. Many clients find the home inspection an educational experience. From new home inspections to inspecting older homes, to 11-month warranty inspections, we bring clarity to all types of real estate transactions. Since we are locally owned and operated, our home inspection fee is highly competitive.
Asbestos was once very common in many building materials. Due to its potential severe effects on the respiratory system, it was largely legislated out of use in the 1980’s. However, it is still often present in home built before 1990. If left undisturbed, asbestos is not considered harmfull. Asbestos sampling should be done, and is often legally required before any renovation or demolition permits are issued.
If you suspect your property contains asbestos, you can know for sure with our asbestos inspection service. The inspection will be performed carefully so as not to agitate asbestos fibres into the air. We will also recommend a suitable course of asbestos removal for demolition or renovation purposes.
Mold is one of the worst enemies of your home and potentially your health. It can slowly deteriorate the structural integrity of a building, leading to expensive repairs in the future. The sooner you find out, the less expensive the repairs will be. We perform non-invasive mold testing using thermal imaging, moisture meters and air sampling. If mold is detected, we can suggest effective remediation procedures. Mold testing is recommended for both the buyers and sellers.
If you are selling a property that is in good condition, our validation can get you the price you deserve. We provide a transferable pre-listing inspection that can uncover defects so that you can take remedial measures before putting your property on the market.
Don’t take a chance, you need a professional, independent home inspection before your new home warranty expires. Let Greg check your home for defects and repairs, inside and out.
Our home inspection service is designed to help you make an informed decision, faster. When you have set your eyes on a property, you’d be curious to know everything about it. And that’s why you opted for a home inspection. Our standard home inspection comes with a detailed report delivered on the same day so that you can move on to the next step faster.
Our inspection report outlines the majority of structural and system defects along with pictures, to give you a better understanding of the property. And if you are selling, same-day inspection report allows you to fix the problems and sell your home without unnecessary surprises or delays.