Our home inspection report is a conclusive report from our qualified, experienced and knowledgeable home inspector. Buying or selling a home will become easier with the knowledge you will gain to make informed decisions from our home inspection report which will be delivered typically within 24 hours of your home inspection. We will spend the time required to fully inspect your property with most places taking between 3-4 hours of inspection time.

Home Inspection Report coverage:

  • Inspection Report Summary
  • Heating System
  • Cooling System
  • Electrical
  • Plumbing
  • Major Appliances
  • Roof
  • External Structure
  • Internal Structure
  • Insulation


Our new build home and renovation inspection reports have many different elements than our home inspection report. Before renovating our renovation inspection report will help you determine budgeting for your project as well as other key planning issues for your renovation project. Our new build home inspection report will help assess the building against any aspects of warranty as well as provide you with new insights into your new home.  Our infrared tools and other techniques allow us to discover issues hidden behind walls and under floors.  Make sure you get the quality you expect from your builder before they move onto the next build.

New Build Home and Renovation Report coverage:

  • New build home inspection
  • Renovation inspection
  • Warranty item review
  • Special project area inspection


If you suspect your home has some issues now, strange noises, damp feelings, colder or hotter regions, or any other indicators you may feel something is wrong our custom home inspection services can help you determine any existing issues and put your mind at ease. As well, even if you don't suspect or have any issues with your home you may want to consider our regularly scheduled maintenance inspections planned and scheduled through the year so that things are discovered before the problems get bigger. 

Advanced & Custom Inspection Services:

  • Radon Gas testing
  • Infrared Scanning
  • Seasonal Maintenance Inspections
  • Special building inspections
  • Special equipment inspections


$1000 For adding at least R23 to 100% of basement
$500 For adding at least R12 to 100% of basement
$800 For adding at least R23 to 100% of crawl space wall
$400 For adding at least R10 to 100% of crawl space wall
$450 For adding at least R24 to 100% of crawl space wall
$2000 For adding at least R20 to 100% of building
$1500 For adding at least R9 to 100% of building to achieve a minimum of R12
$1000 For adding at least R3.8 to 100% of building to achieve a minimum of R12
$200 For replacing your water heater with 0.80EF or higher tank type ENERGY STAR® qualified natural gas water heater
$200 For replacing your water heater with 0.90EF or higher tankless type ENERGY STAR® qualified natural gas water heater
$500 For increasing attic insulation from R35 or less to at least R60
$500 For increasing cathedral/flat roof insulation by at least R14
$150 For achieving 10% or more above base target
$100 For achieving base target
$750 For replacing a less then 95% AFUE natural gas furnace with a 95% or higher condensing natural gas furnace.
For replacing a less then 90% AFUE natural gas boiler with a 90% or higher condensing natural gas boiler.

*The combi system qualifies as a boiler and is eligible for the rebate.

**Furnace/Boiler rebate is only applicable to UG customers with existing furnace/boiler as primary heating source.

$40 For each window, door or skylight replaced with ENERGY STAR® qualified model.

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What is Radon Gas and why you should care about it?

Radon Gas entering house

One of the most important reasons to get a home inspection for gases is to check for harmful gases that routinely go unnoticed — Like Radon. Radon is an invisible, odorless, tasteless gas that occurs naturally in many areas in Canada and around the world. The Environmental Protection Agency believes radon is responsible for over 20,000 lung cancer deaths each year. This makes radon gas the second leading cause of lung cancer behind smoking. Because of this, EPA recommends that all homeowners have radon testing done on a regular basis.

At Goldeye Home Inspection in Guelph we have the experience and equipment to properly test for radon gas in your home.



  • Steven Schroeder was our home inspector. He was knowledgeable, thorough, and very helpful in helping us inspect the house we were purchasing. He was personable, and we trusted him. A very enjoyable experience that left us feeling confident and relieved in our purchase. Thank you.

    KATIE & AL
  • Our home inspector was Steve Schroeder. He was knowledgeable and did a thorough job. He explained everything to us clearly and had a finalize report ready for us just several hours after the inspection. Would highly recommend!

    ROB C
  • Steve did a home inspection for us in Winnipeg prior to his move to Guelph. Steve showed up on time as promised, explained what he was going to do, and was able to answer all of our questions. He pointed out a few small things we could do to preempt concerns from potential home buyers, provided a verbal summary prior to departing, and an exhaustive written report via email shortly after his visit. We highly recommend Goldeye Home Inspection!

  • Steve did a building inspection of my home late last year. He was very thorough. He identified areas of concern I wasn't aware of and outlined a list of things that needed to be done, basically in order of importance. The timing was good because I had time to do the most necessary things before winter. The report was detailed and clear. He also did an infra-red light analysis of my home which showed where the possible moisture or heat escaping areas were. Very interesting and useful, particularly.


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Home inspection on your schedule with a typical 24 hour turnaround for the report.