Inspection Knowledge & Experience – Alliston Home Inspector

The Inspection Knowledge & Experience of your Home Inspector is the main qualification that Home Buyers should investigate when hiring a home inspector.  Your home inspector has to have a working knowledge of all areas of home construction and the buildings systems.

Knowledge and Experience

A home inspection is a safety and quality assessment on a property that is going to be purchased. The inspector examines the structural aspects of the home, heating and cooling systems, plumbing, electrical work, water and sewage to ensure they are all functioning properly. The overall condition of the property is also assessed for fire and safety issues, damages and anything else that can affect its value.  Read more about the Alliston Home Inspector.

Inspection Knowledge and Experience – Protect Your Investment

Inspection Knowledge and Experience – The Alliston Home Inspector is a Certified Building Code Official with Ontario Building Officials Association.  This designation requires passing both Part 9 and Part 3 Building Code requirements.

The two of the OBOA’s standards are Education and Training….. Upon completion of required education and municipal experience, a Government Member can apply to receive the professional designation CBCO (Certified Building Code Official).


The Alliston Home Inspector has completed the following Professional Courses:

  • Carson Dunlop Home Inspector graduate
  • Part 9 The Building Envelope
  • Part 9 Structural
  • Part 3 Fire & Structural
  • Part 3 Large Buildings
  • Part 3 Health & Safety
  • Part 10/11 Change of Use
  • Part 9 Health and Safety
  • Part 9, The House
  • Legal Process – Ontario Building Code Act
  • Plans and Review – In charge of Project Reviews for 7 years in DND
  • Former Registered Builder with HUDAC
  • Mould Certification Course- Level One
  • WETT Certified – over 15 years
  • Member of NACHI (national association of certified home inspectors)
  • Member of NACBI (national association of commercial building inspectors)
  • Certified Master Inspector

NACHI  Online Courses Include:

  • Advanced Radon Measurement Service Provider Course
  • Code of Ethics for Home Inspectors
  • How to Inspect Fireplaces, Stoves, and Chimneys
  • How to Inspect HVAC Systems
  • Defect Recognition and Report Writing
  • Structural Issues for Home Inspectors
  • How to Perform Residential Electrical Inspections
  • How to Inspect for Moisture Intrusion
  • Log Home Inspection
  • Attic, Insulation, Ventilation and Interior
  • How to Perform Deck Inspections
  • How to Inspect HVAC Systems
  • How to Perform Mold Inspections
  • Radon Measurement Service Provider
  • Commercial Inspection Prerequisite Course

To become a Professional Home Inspector you have to know the Ontario building codes which are a minimum standard required by the Province of Ontario. Knowledge by itself is not good enough, experience only comes from the time and training required to apply them to a specific application, such as building inspections.

We are the inspection company of choice for many investors with BIN network, property management companies and financial institutions.

Although residential inspections are the mainstay of our inspection business, we also provide Commercial Building Inspections for most of Southern Ontario. We have inspected 30 unit Plaza’s, Large Office Buildings, Restaurants, Mixed Use and Countless Churches. We also offer Construction and Oversight Inspections for Southern Ontario with our most recent project being a modular building project for mining site in Newfoundland which lasted for over 6 months with weekly inspections. We are one of the best educated and experienced inspection companies in Southern Ontario. We look forward to provide our knowledge and expertise for your next home purchase.


Book a “Risk Free” home inspection. Call Alliston Home Inspections now.

Phone 705-795-8255
WETT Certified Inspections for Wood Stoves, Fireplaces and Pellet Stoves are only $100.00 when part of Home Inspection

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