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OUR EXPERIENCE

The Johnson Probe inspector inspecting your home is not only a Registered Home inspector (RHI), but has been inspecting homes to CAHPI’s standards for over 20 years. Experienced inspectors provide you with the most important and relevant information on you home with little overlooked.

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CERTIFIED INSPECTIONS

Being part of The Canadian Association of Home and Property Inspectors (CAHPI) a CAHPI Registered Home inspector (RHI) will inspect your home and report according to CAHPI’s “Standards of Practice” and “Code of Ethics”. These Standards describe a Home Inspection as a visual inspection of the systems and components of a home that are accessible to the inspector. The Standards define in detail what we inspect and what we don’t, and how we report our

More info about CAHPI on their website at www.cahpi-alberta.com or view a copy of CAHPI’s “Standards of Practice” and “Code of Ethics” in PDF format.

WHAT GETS INSPECTED?

Inspections include areas of the home such as heating, air-conditioning, plumbing, electrical, roof, attic, insulation, walls, ceilings, floors, windows, doors, foundation, basement, and structure.

Inspectors inspect and report according to the CAHPI “Standards of Practice” and “Code of Ethics” These Standards describe a Home Inspection as a visual inspection of the systems and components of a home that are accessible to the inspector. The Standards define in detail what we inspect and what we don’t, and how we report our findings.

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CUSTOM INSPECTION TOOLS

The J Probe is the Jr. companion to the A Probe, only 11 inches
long and a millimeter thick, the J Probe has become the most
popular of the Probe tools for it’s almost limitless uses.
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