Your Halifax, Nova Scotia Home Inspection Company

Providing Home Inspection Services to Halifax, Dartmouth, Bedford and Beyond!

Why Choose Carter Inspection Services Ltd.

Let us help provide you with peace of mind for the largest investment in your lifetime. We conduct each inspection as if we were buying the house ourselves. With extensive experience in both new construction and flipping/renovations, we know what to look for. We are certified with both the Canadian Academy of Certified Home Inspectors (CACHI) and the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI). We are also certified in Radon, Mold and Infrared Thermal Imaging. Each inspection utilizes the latest technology to provide a comprehensive and easy to read report and every home inspection is backed by a 90 day buy-back guarantee. Our flexibility allows us to work on “your” schedule, 7 days per week.

Home Buyer Inspection

A pre-purchase home inspection is the most common type of inspection. It is a thorough analysis of the major components, systems and structures of the home. We use the latest technologies including infrared cameras, moisture meters and radon measurement devices.

Home Seller Pre-Listing Inspection

Get your house sold faster with a Home Seller Pre-Listing Inspection from Carter Inspection Services Ltd. Homes that have a pre-listing inspection generally sell quicker by giving you the opportunity to address or simply be aware of any major or minor issues and shorten the negotiation process.

New Home Construction Inspection

A new home inspection is identical to any other inspection we would do on an older home. However, don’t confuse a home inspection with a building inspection. The building inspector is not looking at the quality of the work but checking for code violations which are not the same thing.

Radon Measurement & Testing

Radon is an invisible, odourless, radioactive gas produced from the natural breakdown of uranium in the soils and rocks. Since Radon can’t be seen, smelled or tasted, it can get into your home undetected. Outdoors, radon is diluted and therefore not a concern; but in confined spaces such as your home, radon can build up high levels and become a health risk. Radon is a silent killer and is the second leading cause of lung cancer in Canada.

Thermal Imaging

Thermographic Imaging allows us to see issues that aren’t visible to the naked eye, including electrical systems, plumbing, and insulation. Thermal cameras or infrared cameras are devices that can be used to capture characteristics and properties of objects relative to temperature.

Let us help provide peace of mind for the largest investment in your lifetime.