Ashcroft Home Inspection

Ashcroft home inspection

Ashcroft Property Inspector

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Hire a home inspector in Ashcroft.  Extra Mile Home Inspections serves Ashcroft, BC as well as surrounding areas: East to Likely, East to Horsefly, West to Alexis Creek, South to 100 Mile House. 

The real estate potential of Ashcroft and area is substantial.  Due to the volume or real estate sales, it is important to have your property in Ashcroft inspected prior to sale or purchase or rent. 

Extra Mile Home Inspections offers various real estate property inspection services that will ensure a safe investment in real property. 

What is a home inspection?

A home inspection is a comprehensive visual examination of the home's overall structure, major systems and components.

Our trained and qualified CAHPI(BC) home inspector will review your house as a system, looking at how one component of the house might affect the operability or lifespan of another. Components that are not performing properly should be identified, as well as items that are beyond their useful life or are unsafe. The purpose of the home inspection is to provide the client with a better understanding of the property conditions, as observed at the time of the inspection.

When do I need a home inspection?

Are you buying a home in Ashcroft or area? A pre-purchase home inspection can provide you with the information you need to know about the condition of the house you plan to purchase. More information equals an informed purchase decision, which equals fewer surprises. Minimize the risk to your investment. No one wants to face serious, unexpected costs shortly after a purchase.

Considering a renovation of a home in the Ashcroft area? A home inspection can help homeowners prioritize repairs and maintenance. A pre-renovation inspection equals money spent in the right places.

Selling a home in Ashcroft or area? Show prospective purchasers that every effort has been made to disclose the condition of the home. A listing inspection can equal a faster sale.

Gain an understanding of the systems in your home, their operation, and required maintenance. Preventative maintenance equals fewer headaches later.

How do I find the right home inspector?

Not all home inspectors are equally trained and qualified!

The best source is by far a "word of mouth" referral; ask a friend, family or co-worker if they can recommend a home inspector they have used in the past and were satisfied with the services. Other sources are your mortgage lender or mortgage broker. Your real estate professional can also refer you to the CAHPI(BC) website or our toll-free number for a referral to a home inspector.

How do I prepare my home  for an inspection?

Homeowners should be aware that inspectors cannot move personal effects during the course of an inspection.  Here are a few suggestions to prepare a home for an inspection:

Remove any furniture and stored material from access panels, crawl spaces, attic hatches, electrical panel boxes, furnaces, hot water tanks and water shut-offs.

If the access panel to the crawl space or attic is in a closet, you might want to remove the clothes from that closet or cover the clothes with a sheet, in order to protect them from bits of insulation and debris that might fall down in the process of removing the access panel.

Over friendly or unfriendly dogs or other family pets can complicate the inspection process and are best keep either away from the house or in a contained space during the period of an inspection.