Inspection Services


10 Reasons You Shouldn’t Skip a Home Inspection

In standard12th April, 2016

After your offer to buy a home enters into contract, the process of near-endless check writing begins. There are many necessary costs, such as realtor and lawyer fees, and the total of these expenses may have you looking for ways to save money elsewhere. You may be tempted to skip the home inspection and its $300 to $500 invoice, but there


How to choose a good Home Inspector

In standard21st March, 2016

Currently anyone in Ontario can call themselves a home inspector. Many consumers depend on the opinions of their home inspector to make what is often the largest purchase decision of their lifetime. Of course, you’ll also want to ask about the inspector’s fees and schedule. But before you schedule a home inspection, find the right


How to Prepare for a Home Inspection

In standard18th February, 2016

Buyer preference and home location are major determinants in whether a home will be subject to inspection as a condition of the purchase.. Federal law leaves regulation of home inspections to individual states; however, home inspections are highly recommended to buyers regardless of the law. Either way, plan for a home inspection to be part


A good home inspector is like a good doctor

In standard14th January, 2016

It seems that of late home inspectors have taken a bad rap – much of the public seems to be of the opinion that they may not offer value. I believe that when you are making what is often the largest investment of your life, protecting yourself by having a qualified inspector thoroughly inspect the home is a


What are the locations to avoid for smoke alarms?

In standard31st October, 2015

For best performance, AVOID installing Smoke Alarms in these areas: Where combustion particles are produced. Combustion particles form when something burns. Areas to avoid include poorly ventilated kitchens, garages, and furnace rooms. Keep units at least 20 feet (6 meters) from the sources of combustion particles (stove, furnace, water heater, space heater) if possible. In areas



In standard25th March, 2014

MYTH Carbon monoxide is normally harmless, but can be dangerous at high levels. TRUTH Carbon monoxide is a poisonous gas that is dangerous at any level. It’s created when fuels like wood, oil and gas burn. Normally, the small amounts caused by our heating equipment are vented to the outside and do not build up inside. MYTH Carbon

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When it comes to inspections in Canada, our company, Technominds inspection is a leading firm. Our reliable and unbiased professionals are experienced to inspect both – residential as well as commercial properties. Inspection leads us to various problems in the place where we live or work.