Pre-Warranty Expiration Inspections

Warranty inspections are performed during the 11th month of your 1-year Builder Warranty.  The inspection is performed to verify that proper building techniques were used and that the various components of the home were properly installed. You are presented with a completed report at the end of the inspection along with digital photos taken as needed for inaccessible areas.  

Insurers & Brokers Insurance Inspection Services

What is a home insurance inspection?  A home insurance inspection is an inspection of a residential property ordered by the insurance company underwriting the homeowner's policy.  A home insurance inspector will typically observe the condition of the home and any risks on the property or in the neighborhood. Additionally, the insurance inspector may measure the house, draw a diagram, and collect other physical data that will be used to calculate the replacement cost of the home.

New Construction Inspections

New construction inspections are performed at the completion of construction, but prior to your final walk through with the Builder's Customer Service Representative or Superintendent. It is always a good idea to verify that utilities (gas, water, and electric) have been connected. The inspection should be scheduled just a day or two before you final walk through with the Builder. This ensures that most, if not all, last minute items are completed prior to your inspection. Upon completion, you receive a full written report.  

rental/property management inspection

"A rental/property management inspection is designed to protect you from serious liability that can result from renting or leasing a potentially hazardous property. Additionally, a rental/property management inspection also helps you to protect your assets by identifying damage that may have potentially been caused by occupants."


No Subjects After Purchase Home Inspection

Did you buy a house with no subjects because of a bidding war. Now you have moved in - do you want to find out what you bought. Now you can! Get an inspection to see what deficiencies the home has what safety issues there are and what systems are nearing the end of their serviceable life. We will also point out any major issues along with deferred cost items.

You may want answers to these important questions after buying a home.

Infrared Thermal Imaging

Infrared Thermal Imaging can help you isolate places of possible warm or cold air leaks to optimize your home’s energy efficiency; it can also identify wet areas and potential leaks in ceilings, walls and floors before mold starts, and spot overloaded electrical connections at the source.

Thermal Imaging is a non-invasive method of seeing what might be going on behind your walls. The thermal imaging camera picks up very small differences in surface temperature.

Infrared inspections are extremely cost-effective, and a valuable diagnostic tools in numerous applications. With the high cost of energy today, homeowners should also use Infrared Imaging for energy savings, moisture detection, and especially for electrical panel inspections that can detect potential fire hazards from bad connections, overloaded circuits and more.

An infrared thermal imaging inspection can identify:

  • Energy loss and efficiency
  • Missing, damaged, and/or wet insulation
  • Heat loss and air infiltration in walls, ceilings, floors, windows and doors
  • Dangerous fluid leaks
  • Unknown plumbing leaks
  • Water and moisture intrusion that could lead to mold
  • Hidden roof leaks, before they cause serious damage
  • Electrical faults before they cause a fire
  • Overloaded circuits
  • Circuit breakers in need of replacement
  • Broken seals in double pane windows
  • Damaged and/or malfunctioning radiant heating systems
  • Possible rodent or pest infestation

We integrate infrared thermal imaging into our home inspection reports.

Investor Property Inspections

Investor property inspections are performed prior to purchase as well as periodically during ownership. Investor property inspections are performed to identify defects prior to taking ownership and to negotiate repairs or price adjustments which reflect the condition of the property. Periodic inspections for properties currently in your portfolio would ensure the identification of needed repairs following say a long term tenant's departure. Long-term tenants sometimes neglect to mention repairs and/or abuse the property during their tenancy. Identifying those problems early is the key to profitable ownership. 

Pre-Purchase Inspection  

A Pre-Purchase home inspection is a done for clients who are buying or have put a down payment on a house. All of the items typically used within a home are tested and/or operated to verify proper operation and installation. Doors and windows are opened and closed, roofing materials inspected, air-conditioning and heating systems operated. The Inspector will fill the sinks and tubs run the showers and even flush the toilets, all the while making notes on the condition and operation of the components tested. Upon completion you receive a full, written report. 

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Tourent Inspections


Tourent Inspections Inc. can perform commercial inspections providing you with a detailed report on the condition of the property. We provide you with a digital report with pictures and diagrams. Our inspections meet all ASTTBC-PI Standards of Practice and you will receive the report within 24 hours.

Our commercial inspection service includes

  • Apartments,
  • Restaurants,
  • Retail Space,
  • Office Buildings,
  • Motel and Hotels
  • Garages and Service Stations.
  • Warehouses,
  • Strata Properties,

Your commercial Inspection report will include and evaluation of the interior and exterior:

Home Maintenance Inspections

We provide Home Maintenance Inspections for home owners and landlords. We perform a thorough inspection, seeking to identify maintenance issues of the property. We present all findings in a professional report to assist with home repairs.  

Listing inspections are good for the homeowner who may not be in tune with the condition of their home. A great many sales are canceled due to the buyer's shock at the "functional condition" of the home. It may look great, but have serious technical, safety, or functional issues present without the owner's knowledge. Having the home inspected prior to placing on the market is the ideal way to identify and either repair or discloses the issue found in the Inspection Report. Obviously, repairing the items is the most beneficial towards completing the sale. The pre listing inspection is your ‘insurance against surprises’ when selling your home.