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Frequently Asked Questions About Building Inspection

Whether you are a buyer or seller of a property, you know that building inspection is the best way to ensure your protection and peace of mind. And having established the right building inspection for your situation, it's time to learn a little more about the building inspection report.
Because getting a quality building inspection report is as essential as the inspection itself: one does not go without the other! So you have to opt for a building inspector who will give you a quality document. So before you make your choice, read this article: it will help you better understand the importance of a good building inspection report and the criteria that compose it!

1. What is the price of a building inspection?
Prices vary depending on the type of building and their size: a condominium will cost less to inspect than a house, or a block apartment (multiplex), or a house type bungalow will cost less than one floor. The price will also be according to the complexity of the elements …

Frequently asked questions concerning garage doors

1. Is it possible to pour the screed before mounting the door?The screed must be cast before the door is installed in the case of overhead doors because the overhead doors are delivered in series with a sill which simultaneously forms the end of the clevis forward.For sectional overhead doors and doors with an aluminum frame, the screed must be cast before the door is installed. If this is not the case, it is essential for the installer to know during the installation where the level is in the finished state (and the height of the tiles if a tiled floor is provided). He can thus proceed to a wedging to reach the planned height in the finished state.For sectional side doorsthe screed must also be poured after the installation of the door. For renovation projects, we also offer with side sectional doors a renovation ground rail that will be installed on the finished floor. If you opt for this type of model, it is imperative that the floor is perfectly level at the entrance and sides of …