InspectaPRO
Services d'inspection résidentielle
Home inspection services

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outside Montreal 1-877-533-5302
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Most common defects
Inspection vs. appraisal
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Homebuyer checklist
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CONSUMER ADVOCACY

IS YOUR INSPECTOR "RECOGNIZED" BY THE O.A.C.I.Q??

 

 


The OACIQ is the organization responsible for the application and enforcement of the Real Estate Brokerage Act, which applies to all real estate brokers in the Province of Québec. According to Article 81 of the OACIQ regulations, a Broker can refer an inspector provided the inspector meets the 4 following conditions:

  (1)    Has professional liability insurance covering fault, error and omission; 

  (2)    Uses a recognized inspection service agreement; 

  (3)    Performs inspections according to recognized building inspection standards; and; 

  (4)    Submits a written report to the party that requested the inspection services. 

INSPECTA-PRO fully conforms to these requirements AND is a member of InterNACHI-Québec.

Our network of experienced professionals  includes recognized experts in their specific fields. We are a National Home Inspector Certificate Holder, the only certification recognized by the only 2 provinces that legislate Home Inspection in Canada, Alberta and British Columbia AND Certified Master Inspector, 2 independent accrediting bodies (and not Inspector Associations), and member of    ASHI, InterNACHI and InterNACHI-Québec. Our reports follow appropriate state/provincial standards, such as OACIQ/FCIQ in Québec, etc.

The Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) offers the following advice on choosing an inspector:

Choosing a Home Inspector (CMHC)

"The home inspection industry, with support from the CMHC, Human Resources and Skills Development Canada and the Construction Sector Council, developed and validated a national occupational standard for home inspectors and a national certification program model to harmonize licensing, standards of performance and the certification of private home inspectors across the country. The purpose was to develop a rigorous and nationally consisten framework for the training and certification of home inspectors in Canada that potential homebuyers could use to identify qualified home inspectors. This national standard and certification program model also provides a way for home inspectors to demonstrate their knowledge and confidence. You may ask whether an inspector has been certified by an organization based on this national occupational standard and national certification program model"   (from CMHC).

INSTITUTE FOR CREDENTIALING EXCELLENCE (ICE)

The Institute for Credentialing Excellence recognizes ASHI and NHICC Home inspectors.

Your best choice is a National Home Inspector!!

                                

 

                   

It would be our pleasure to meet with you and show you how we work. We are available 24/24 hours a day.

To schedule an inspection, simply contact us. We can schedule an inspection with 48 hours' notice. In case of an emergency we'll be pleased to respond if we possibily can.