One of the most important purchases that Canadians will make in their life time is the purchase of a home. This process involves many specialists, one of whom is a professional home & property inspector.
The home inspection profession is an unregulated industry, but that doesn't mean the choice of a home & property inspector has to be a difficult one. By choosing a professional inspector who is a National Certificate Holder, you can rest assured you will receive a comprehensive analysis of the home/property's major systems and components from an objective and independent professional with only the homebuyers best interests in mind.
In becoming National Certificate Holders, candidates must demonstrate rigorous technical proficiency and report writing skills to the National Certification Authority and commit to continuing education.
National Certificate Holders are committed to conducting inspections in accordance with the CAHPI Standards of Practice; committed to abiding by the CAHPI Code of Ethics and are dedicated to providing superior customer service.
Home buyers are not the only people who hire National Certificate Holder inspectors. Home sellers also use National Certificate Holder inspectors to gain knowledge of the condition of their home before placing it on the market. Smart home sellers know that knowledge about their home's condition makes the selling process more palatable.
Homebuyers, home sellers, homeowners, or anyone who wants to make an informed decision about a house or property based on objective information deserve a professional home inspector.
The National Certification Program has established the most widely recognized standard of quality for home inspectors nationwide.
A National Certificate Holder inspector will examine the home's major systems including...
ElectricalPlumbingHeatingRoofingFoundationInterior & Exterior
The National Certificate Holder inspector will not make the buying decision. The National Certificate Holder inspector can provide you with the information you need to help make that decision wisely. Read more CMHC About Your House series Hire a Home Inspector.