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If you are a potential home buyer who is looking for a professional home expert to protect your, to some extent, biggest investment in life, or if you are a professional realtor who is recommending a home inspector to your client, the first important question you may ask:

Why do I need a home inspector?

As a potential home buyer, I need a Home Inspector to:

    • Detect major issues with the systems and components of the homesuch as Roof, Exterior, Structure, Electrical, Heating, Cooling, Plumbing, Insulation, and Interior, prior to closing.
    • Detect safety and health issues, such as illegal Additionsand Installations, potential fire hazard, mold in basement or attic, missing safety protection, etc.
    • Detect the significantly deficient with installed equipment and components of home. This means they are unsafe or not performing their intended function.
    • Report on any system or component that in professional opinion is near the end of its service life, such as roof coverings, furnace, AC, windows/doors, etc.
    • Help me protecting my investment with good maintenance, so to enhance comfort, to extend life expectancies and to reduce my costs.
    • Get life-time free technical support as long as I own the home.

As a professional realtor, I need a Home Inspector to:

    • Gain a clear picture of the state of a home, then to communicate with potential buyers and help him/her to have reasonable expectations on the house.
    • Aware of what repairs/issues are vital and what can be dealt with later. Then I can negotiate for the best interests of my client without threatening the deal.
    • Minimize my liability of the transaction and help the client to make an informed decision.
    • Team with and provide best professional services to my client, then to ensure a smooth house closing.

To summarize, a home inspection is comparable to going to the family doctor for a physical. The home inspector will inspect readily accessible systems and components of home and let you have a clear picture of the house present conditions. Therefore, a home inspector can minimize your risk and help you make a fully informed decision.  In addition, the inspection fee is minimal in comparison to what you may have to pay later for a house closing. However, it may be the smartest money you can spend to protect your investment.

Why Choose Feng Home Inspection?

  • Ph.D in Materials Science and Engineering from McMaster University
  • Licensed and Insured Professional Engineer (P.Eng.)
  • Fully trained by Carson Dunlop College and Registered with OAHI (Ontario Association of Home Inspectors)
  • Focus on client concerns: my priority is ensuring that your concerns are addressed before, during and after the inspection.
  • Comprehensive Report which is easy to read and concise. Your concerns will be addressed by providing an itemized description for immediate and short-term necessary repairs, as well as long-term discretionary upgrades. We provide recommendations and ballpark cost estimates to help you make decisions.
  • Innovative technologies and equipment: I frequently use test equipment, such as moisture meter to verify visual observations. I may use a drone or telescoping pole camera to inspect the roof coverings if they are not accessible via ladder.
  • 100% Money Back guaranty: You can ask your money back if you are not satisfied with my services without asking!