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The Commercial and Industrial Building Inspector is committed to providing the best possible service at a price that is un-matched by the competition.
Commercial Electrical Inspection
Our Plumbing Inspection includes the following examples:
Note: items may vary as per building use and design:
Roger is a Certified Building Code Official w/ Ontario Building Officials Association
The Commercial Buidling Inspector has completed the following training:
Carson Dunlop Home Inspector graduate
Ministry of Housing - Part 9 The Building Envelope
Ministry of Housing - Part 9 Structural
Ministry of Housing - Part 3 Fire & Structural
Ministry of Housing - Part 3 Large Buildings
Ministry of Housing - Part 3 Health & Safety
Ministry of Housing - Part 10/11 Change of Use
Ministry of Housing - Part 9 Health and Safety
Ministry of Housing - Part 9, The House
Legal Process - pertaining to Ontario Building Code
Plans and Review - DND qualification
Former Registered Builder with HUDAC (now TARION)
In charge of project reviews for Fire Dept for 6 years
Mould Certification Course
Member of NACHI
All Part 9 and Part 3 Building Code Courses certified courses by the Ministry of Housing and taught by the Ontario Bullding Officials Association. All courses are 40 hours with a required pass of over 70%.
Check our Qualifications for detailed list of Professional Qualifications
Caveat Emptor - Buyer Beware.....Experience Does Matter !
What you can expect from your inspection is a comprehensive report based, but not limited to the following inspection items:
Exterior - Foundation, patios, driveways, slabs, walkways, grading, drainage, retaining walls, decks, posts, railings, siding, caulking, windows, panes, doors, eaves-soffits, fascia, trim, doors, garage doors, roofing, flashings, components.
Interior - Windows, walls, ceilings, doors, steps, stairways, railings, counters, cabinets, water penetration, fixtures, toilets, tubs, sinks, vanities.
Plumbing - Water pressure, fixtures, faucets, showers, sinks, spigots, visible pipes, supports, functional drainage, water heating equipment and safety, vents, leaks, hot & cold flow.
Electrical - Service panels, amperage, breakers, wiring type, conductor materials, connections, conditions, compatibility, plugs, switches, receptacles, ceiling fans, G.F.C.I. operation, general safety issues.
Heating - heat pumps, furnaces, wall heaters, chimneys, flues, exhaust fans, vents, pumps, ducts, dampers, filters.
Cooling (Air Conditioning) - Central systems, heat pumps, evaporative coolers, air handler fans, operating controls, thermostat conditions, temperature split, filter conditions, general external conditions.
Roofing - Cover material type, surface conditions, flashings, valley seams, debris, drainage, ridges, hips, ventilation, penetrations, skylights, chimneys, turbine vents, gable vents.
Attic - Insulation type, clearances, framing, trusses, roof sheathing, ducting, wiring, signs of leaks.
BFAR - We have the training to inspect your Barrier Free Access which will be required in all new building construction starting in 2009.
We have one of the most extensive inspection reports available. We provide between 100 to 200 pictures of your building to ensure that you can relate to the exact problem identified in your report. We go over every defect with the client at the time of the inspection and then generate a report that is both graphic and detailed in its scope. The days of simple check list reports is quickly coming to an end. As the horse and buggy gave way to the automobile, the savy investor is opting for a detailed professional report over the "old checklist" delivered in a binder full of bulk filler information.
When Only the Best Will Do - Call the Commercial Building Inspector
Roger 705-795-8255 or Carl 705-718-5420