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Having your property professionally inspected by Magnum Property Inspection as early as possible in the buying process could save you thousands of dollars on items which you may be able to have the seller or builder correct.
Magnum Property Inspection is a leader in property inspections, we are the only firm offering InfraRed Thermographic Inspections for Building Investigations of Roofs, HVAC, Insulation, Structure, Electrical, Moisture issues, Mold inspections and mold sampling, Indoor Air Quality, Asbestos, Radon, Lead.
We are dedicated to providing you with valuable information about your new home or commercial property.
We thoroughly inspect all major components of the subject property to expose unknown defects and advise you about future maintenance about your property once the purchase is complete.
Magnum Property Inspection will give you the information you require to make an informed decision
Our Office is Based in Picton, Ontario, Our area of service includes
Eastern and Central Ontario from Ottawa south to Brockville west toCoburg, north to Peterborough and along HWY 7.
Our services include InfraRed, Thermal Imaging, Commercial Building Investigations, Roof Inspection, Structure, HVAC,
Electrical, Insulation and thermal energy efficency testing for Residential and Commercial Clients.
Enviromental Services Include Mold inspection / remediation, Radon, Asbestos/vermiculite testing / abatement, Lead, Indoor Air Quality/ Allergen Inspections and sampling.
Our Services Include:Thermal Inspection This type of inspection is usually preformed for seeing the home in a way that the naked eye cannot see, this scan will show the lack or exsistence of insulation, moisture in the walls or flooring, roof moisture, It is labled the camera that can see thorough walls, it can not but a properly trained inspector in Thermography can read what is being scanned. Envriomental Areas Mold, Radon, Asbestos, Lead, Allergens all can and be a problem in the home. We are certified to inspect sample and inform you on the best course of action to take should these be a concern to you and your property. Pre-Listing Inspection This type of inspection is usually preformed by the seller before a property is listed or announced for sale. The property owner will preform a seller's Inspectionto determine what damage or other problems exist with a property in order to determine the factors such as fair market value, discount values, or any pre-listing expenditure necessary to increase the value and desirability of the property.
Pre-Purchase Inspection This type of inspection is usually preformed after a property has been on the market by a seller but before a potential buyer has taken possession of the property prior to the closing contract. The buyer will usually sign a contingency agreement with the seller prior to ordering this type of inspection. If a property fails to meet the buyers expectations as a result of the inspection, then the sale may fall through. In many cases, a buyer's Inspection will help both the buyer and seller to identify damage or other potential problems that may exist with a property so that both parties can either renegotiate the selling price or the seller's responsibility to repair the property at the seller's expense prior to the final close. Even if the seller has already preformed a seller's Inspection, buyers should still preform their own inspections to prevent "Seller's bias" in any shape or form Warranty Inspection This type of inspection is preformed prior to the expiration of your home warranty. It is used to take advantage of the features and benefits of your home warranty to assure that necessary repairs guaranteed under your your waranty are executed should a damage or problem be discovered. New Construction (Builder) Inspection This type of inspection is usually preformed immediately after your new home has been built and is considered "ready" for occupancy by the builder and appropriate legal authorities ( such as zoning or building code inspector). Periodic Maintenance Inspections This type of inspection is performed every two years to assure the health of your family and the safety of your real estate investment. Periodic Maintenance Inspections are necessary to assure the integrity of your structure in-between storms and droughts, to identify possible indoor pollutants (such as radon, CO, CO2, mold), to check the building's integrity that may be compromised by cracked beams or foundations, to visually inspect for wood destroying insects, and more. Any of these situations can contribute to decrease home value or pose a physical risk to your family if not identified in time. Investigative Inspection This type of inspection is most-often used when a home owner feels that a problem may exist. For example, you may want to engage in an Investigative Inspection after a heavy snow fall, extended rain fall, if you experience an odd smell in your home that cannot be identified, or if you notice unusual pest and insect activity. In many cases, Investigative Inspections can help homeowners to catch problems before they become an expensive or irreversible liability.
As a Certified Master Home Inspector I offer a level of integrity and responsibility to provide every client with an honest, impartial, and thorough home inspection. Please Call or email me