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What is a Porches of Muskoka home inspection?

A Porches of Muskoka home inspection is a visual nonevaisive, unbiased inspection of the physical condition of a home.  A Porches of Muskoka home inspection is not technically exhaustive, but can point out existing and possible future problems or deficiencies. A Porches of Muskoka home inspection will educate the client on the components and appliances along with giving advice on the maintenance of the home.

Why should I consider a Porches of Muskoka inspection?

Should the client be present during the home inspection?

Although it is not required, Porches of Muskoka recommends that the client be present.  This is the opportunity for the client to ask questions and to tour first hand with the inspector so that they may learn and educate themselves on their new property.

What is covered in a Porches of Muskoka home inspection?

A Porches of Muskoka home inspection includes the visual examination of the landscape, foundation, exterior envelope, roof. electrical, plumbing, heating, attic and all accessible areas.  All Porches of Muskoka inspection reports are emailed to client the same day of the inspection.  All inspections are done in accordance with the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors Standards of Practice.

What are the qualifications to be a Porches of Muskoka inspector?

A Porches of Muskoka Inspector, is a Certified Professional Inspector trained by InterNACHI - International Association of Certified Home Inspectors, which is the worlds largest nonprofit association of residential and commercial property inspectors. They provide education, training, certification, benefits and support to all its members.

Porches of Muskoka offers Home Binder to help with ongoing home management needs

Porches of Muskoka will gift you a lifetime account to HomeBinder ($120 value) that will help with all your ongoing home management needs.  With HomeBinder you can schedule maintenance reminders, store contractor information, organize home projects, start a home inventory and utilize your electronic file cabinet.