Toronto Home inspections that do more for your peace of mind ...

Holley Home Inspections offers a complete array of services for both prospective buyer home inspections or prospective seller home inspections.  All of our Toronto home inspections cover the major systems of you residence and are available for existing homes or new homes.  The services we offer are as follows:

 

Pre-purchase home inspection

A house is a complex machine.  It has many subsystems and interlocking parts. When you purchase a home, you need to be sure they are all working properly and not on the verge of failure. So the primary purpose of your pre-purchase home analysis is to protect you from defects or problems that may not be obvious to you or your realtor. At Holley, we are certified to go through your house from top to bottom and identify potential problems -- problems you should know about before you complete the purchase. Read more...

 

Pre-listing home inspection

In real estate, surprises are never a good thing - for either buyers OR sellers. To be sure, If you put your home up for sale knowing it has some specific issues, it should come as no surprise when a home inspector calls it out to the attention of the home buyer. But if you go into a real estate sale thinking that your home is in fine condition only to have a home inspector confirm otherwise, that's a surprise that potentially puts the entire transaction at risk. A pre-listing inspection avoids those surprises. Read more...

 

New home Tarion inspection

The Ontario New Home Warranties Plan Act  as amended in 2009 provdes protection for Ontario real estate purchasers of new homes. It describes certain rights for consumers and what they should do if a warranty problem arises. Ontario home builders are required to provide certain protections and explanations to their customers. Read more...

 

Condo inspections

Whether your condominium is new or a previously-owned condominium, a pre-purchase inspections makes sense. New condos are also covered under the Ontario New Home Warranties and buyers should scrutinize existing condominiums - including common- or shared-elements - to be sure of exactly what they're getting. Read more...