Can I do it myself?

When it comes to peace of mind and quality, a third party, unbiased professional is always the answer. We don’t recommend doing an inspection yourself, even with the knowledge and understanding of a property, without a qualified inspector with the right tools and years of experience under their belt, a thorough inspection could never truly be attained.

How long does an inspection take?

Condominiums are about 1hr for the inspection and 30 – 60 minutes for the presentation. Townhouses, depending on size and age 2hr for the inspection and 30 – 60 minutes for the presentation.  Houses take longer, usually 3 hrs but of course, depends on the size and age. For a comprehensive time quote, please call and speak with the inspector. We also recommend as a courtesy to the vendor, to inform them once an inspection is to take place and the given time frame.

Can I follow along at the inspection?

Yes, of course. We highly recommend it as the information attained during an inspection can be invaluable, not to mention the opportunity to ask questions as well. If you can’t attend, not to fret, a comprehensive report is included with every inspection.

Do you provide a written report?

Yes, we do. A full multi-page, digital report, with thermal imaging is emailed on the same day. We also provide detailed explanations of the issues, on-site or phone consultation.

Can a home fail inspection?

No, not at all. It isn’t that kind of inspection. We only inspect potential hazards or issues that will or have arisen and what needs to be done to prevent or repair them, ensuring your future investment.

Are you a franchise?

No, Will Inspect is solely owned and operated by Will Soldat.

Do you make recommendations for contractors, contract out or make repairs and renovations yourself?

Due to the conflict of interest, it would garner, professional home inspectors are not permitted to advise or be linked to any other construction or home-related trades as stated under the Professional Code of Ethics.

If we decide not to buy the home do we get our money back?

Unfortunately, that is not how inspections work. We endeavor to save you money in the long run, so If you decide against buying a property on our report findings, we would find that a job well done. Also, any subsequent inspections during a 12-month period have a discounted price, speak with the inspector for more information.