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Shoreline Home Inspections
Monday - Sunday : 8:00am to 8:00pm
A home inspection isn’t just about protecting your investment, but also about protecting you and your family. Our Warranty Program protects against surprises that show up when you take possession of your new home – that were not evident at time of inspection. Also included with each inspection is complimentary appliance recall check and technical advice for as long as you own the property.
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A home inspection isn’t just about protecting your investment, but also about protecting you and your family. The home inspector understands this and take their profession very seriously.
For Sellers and Selling Realtors; No one likes to be the last to know something, especially when you are selling your biggest asset! Be the most educated person in the room by having your own home inspected prior to listing the property.
Make sure you have a home inspector look at your home before your new home warranty expires. Our inspector will examine your home’s structure, mechanical and electrical systems to identify defects and other problems.
Home Maintenance Inspections are for homeowners who want to educate themselves, identify any safety concerns and protect their biggest investment!
We can assess a renovation job near or after completion to make sure things have been done correctly. We will provide a report that will detail the current condition, areas to be finished, improvements to be made and note any bad practices or poor workmanship.
Thermal imaging is included with every home inspection. Thermal imaging uses infra-red technology to perform a scan of all surface temperatures. This can be a very useful means of finding problems in a home. Thermal imaging is used to find insulation deficiencies, water leaks, electrical hot spots, and test the heating system.
Using a UAV Quadcopter we can inspect roofs that are normally un-mountable due to safety or material such as metal or clay. Photos and video shot in 4K are reviewed by the inspector and added to the report.
A WETT (Wood Energy Technology Transfer) Inspection is a third party review of how a wood burning appliance has been installed. The inspector will review the appliances' installation guide (if available) and comment on the clearances to combustibles, materials used and its overall health and safety. The inspector may offer update or safety recommendations in the report which is at the discretion of owner or insurance provider to implement or not. Our WETT inspectors will also tell you how to properly maintain your system to make sure your family is safe year after year.