The building envelope is the physical separator between the interior and exterior of a building. The systems we inspect as part of the building envelope include:


Exterior Cladding

Windows and Doors


Interior and Insulation

Electrical Service Drop


Detail Home Inspectors believes in using all the tools and technology available to provide the most thorough inspection possible to our clients. IR thermal imaging helps the inspector to find even the not-so-obvious problem areas before they can create significant damage to the home. We can't imagine doing a home inspection without Infrared Thermal Imaging.


Your inspection report includes a cover page with image of the inspected property, an executive summary, high quality color images, helpful illustrations, possible implications and links to technical articles. All our reports are emailed within 24-48 hours after your home inspection and same-day reports are available for fast moving deals.

The Building Envelope

Included With Every Home Inspection

A home has many installed systems that we use in our day to day life. We depend on these systems for our hot water, AC and heating, Cooking etc. A Detail Home inspection includes:

Air Conditioning

Heat Pumps

Heating and Ventilation


Water Heater

Electrical Distribution

​​​​Participating Memeber of the "Well Buy your Home Back Guarantee"

 If your participating inspector misses anything, we'll buy your home back. 

Fine Print

Honored for 90 days after closing.
Valid for home inspections performed for home buyers by participating InterNACHI members.
We'll pay you whatever price you paid for the home.
The home must be listed with a licensed real estate agent.
Excludes homes with material defects not present at the time of the inspection, or not required to be inspected per 
InterNACHI's Residential Standards of Practice. 
Guarantee offered by INTERNACHI

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What Does a Home Inspection Cover?

The land upon which the home is built can sometimes take a back seat to the home itself. However the land can have a great impact on the home.

Surface Water Control and Landscaping

Driveways and Walkways


Decks and Attached Structures

For a growing number of people buying homes today, the pre-purchase home inspection has become an accepted and essential part of the sales transaction. The professional home inspector, who understands the inner workings of residential construction, offers consumers an expert opinion regarding the condition of a home’s major systems and components before the purchase is made.

Establishing and following a maintenance schedule is the best way to manage your household maintenance budget, to protect your investment and to prevent problems. This seasonal schedule of maintenance tasks should not replace the manufacturer’s recommendations. We suggest that you use licensed contractors for any tasks you may feel that you don’t have the technical knowledge or ability to perform.

A professional pre-listing home inspection will disclose any major defects in the home’s physical structure (such as the roof, basement, foundation, walls, and ceilings) or in its electrical, plumbing, heating or cooling systems. Should any serious problems be reported, sellers may then elect to have them repaired before marketing to prospective buyers. The resulting physical and/or aesthetic improvements often greatly increase the home’s sales appeal. 

Pre-Listing Inspection

Pre-Purchase Inspection

Installed Systems and Components


RecallChek® is the 1st service for consumer recalls in Canada and has complied over 225 million recalls from public records, to create a fail-safe system to check for dangerous flaws with home appliances. If a manufacturer designs a dangerous product, they must recall that item and fix it FREE OF CHARGE! .

​​​Details Create The Big Picture

Home Inspection and Thermal Imaging Service - Brampton, Ontario

The Property and Grading

Maintenance Inspection