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A Pre-Listing inspections takes place when the current owner has their house, townhouse, or condo inspected before listing it for sale.  Pre-listing usually occurs in a thriving real estate market where multiple offers are expected or if the sellers want the transaction to go more smoothly so they know exactly what shape the property their selling is. The Sea to Sky Corridor (Squamish, Whistler & Pemberton) housing market is a perfect example of a scenario where Multiple offers, bidding wars, and last minute sales before the house even hits the open market are becoming routine. One of the last subjects to sale is the home inspection, which is not a requirement such as financing,  but is necessary to protect all parties and provide peace of mind. However, the stress and time constraints of all parties involved, especially the seller who is trying to receive top dollar for their home. Let us conduct a pre-listing inspection for you to get the information that you and the potential buyers need to make the home sale transaction take place more smoothly.


  • Roofing Systems

  • Lot Slope 

  • Structural Components

  • Foundation Components

  • Garage & Carport Structures

  • Grading & Drainage

  • Interior (doors, windows, floors, walls, ceilings, stairs)

  • Building Envelope (doors, windows, trim, siding)

  • Decks, Patios & Balcony's

  • Electrical System

  • Heating System

  • Plumbing System

  • Air Conditioning system

  • Crawlspaces

  • Attic, Insulation, & Ventilation

  • Fireplaces

Thermal imaging is utilized in tandem with a moisture meter and other helpful tools as necessary to qualify suspected issues that are difficult to confirm with a visual examination alone.

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