How much does a home inspection cost in Calgary?
Prices are for the City of Calgary
|RESIDENTIAL INSPECTION with report (Includes Thermal Imaging)||FEE||TOTAL|
|Home under 2000′ DEVELOPED space||$550.00||$577.50|
|Over 2000′ additional charge per 100′||$10.00|
|Condo over 1000′ (Townhouse style)||$500.00||$525.00|
|Condo over 1000′ (Apartment style)||$475.00||$498.75|
What do home inspectors check in Alberta?
The home inspector will do a visual inspection by looking at the home’s various systems, including interior and exterior components. The inspector will check exterior components including roofing, flashing, chimneys, gutters, downspouts, wall surfaces, windows, doors, the foundation and the grading around it.
Are home inspections mandatory in Alberta?
Before you buy a home, you should have it inspected by a licensed home inspector (home inspectors are required to have a license in Alberta). Whether or not you choose to have a home inspection is entirely up to you, and it’s an additional cost to consider when buying a home.
How long does a home inspection take in Calgary?
2 to 3 hours
A typical inspection should take 2 to 3 hours to complete. This can vary, given the current condition and size of the home, the accessibility of mechanical systems, and so on. As a courtesy to sellers, we recommend that they be informed of the timeframe in a pre-purchase home inspection situation.
How much does a home inspection cost Alberta?
How much does it cost to do a home inspection and what payment methods do you accept? Typically, our company charges you $450 to $565 and up depending on the size and location of your home. Apartment inspections usually cost between $300 to $375 and up depending on the size and location.
What can home inspectors not do in Alberta?
Standards for home inspections Inspectors can make recommendations on any deficiencies they identify, such as suggesting the consumer obtain an expert opinion, but are prohibited from estimating the cost of any repairs or improvements.