from top to bottom and inside and out, professional inspections are what we're about 

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Experienced, trusted, insured, bonded, licensed and certified by the Alberta Government and NACHI

Darryl Braaten, NACHI, NCSO, ACHI



Mr. Braaten holds licences and certifications with the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors, the Government of Alberta as a licensed and certified home inspector. Formerly he was a professional fire fighter from a large city fire department and has performed numerous inspections of residential, commercial and industrial properties. In addition, Mr. Braaten founded and is president of a successful safety inspection company that has completed many inspections on residential, commercial and industrial properties throughout Alberta, BC and even the USA and holds all applicable, current insurances, bonding and licensing.

We are proud to be affiliated and associated with the Alberta Chapter of the National  Association of Home Inspectors

What is a home inspection?

.A home inspection is a limited, non-invasive examination of the condition of a home, often in connection with the sale of that home. Home inspections are usually conducted by a home inspector who has the training and certifications to perform such inspections. The inspector prepares and delivers to the client a written report of findings.  Adanac Home Inspection was founded by Darryl Braaten.  Mr. Braaten is a former professional firefighter and safety comnsultantt who has performed numerous inspections in residential, commercial and industrial properties.   Further to this Mr. Braaten also established a successful career and business in the construction safety industry helping  owners with insight into their homes, commercial and industrial properties while performing knowledgeable inspections and investigations of these facilities.

Why should you consider a home inspection?

Ensure the home you buy is a good investment

Inspection of the accessible areas may reveal mechanical or structural issues within the house that may need the assessment by a registered engineer or other specialized journeymen as to the present condition of the property.  With the assistance of other professionals they and your inspector can reveal upcoming or long term costs that may be associated with the property and assist you in determining your purchase options

A home is likely the biggest purchase you will make

Unlike the next biggest purchase consumers make, which is typically a vehicle.  We tend to take that vehicle into a garage for a mechanical inspection, why wouldn't you want to know about certain undisclosed defects that may exist inside a home.  That is why you should have it inspected

Understand maintenance costs before purchase

The inspection may reveal certain defects that need to be addressed in the short term and an understanding that additional costs may be incurred or can be negotiated out of the sale price in consideration of the expenditure the buyer may have to make

Ensure that your home will be a safe place to live

A home inspection is a non invasive, visual examination of the accessible areas of a residential property,  performed for a fee which is designed to identify defects within specific systems and components as defined in the InterNACHI Home Inspection Standards of Practice