Barrie Home Inspections

Over 8,000 Residential Inspections

Phone 705-795-8255

"Peace of Mind"

On Your Next Property Purchase

Experience & Knowledge will help protect your Investment

A Professional Home Inspection can Identify many issues that can be an unwelcome surprise or expense.

Understanding the True Condition of your New Home can allow you to make an Informed Decision whether Purchasing or Negotiating a New Price.

Roger Frost is a Certified Building Code Official with the OBOA.  He is also a Certified Master Inspector and is a Board Certified Commercial Building Inspector.  Experience and Knowledge are the TWO Most Valuable Tools a Home Inspector can have.

FREE THERMAL IMAGING is included with every Home Inspection.  Your exterior walls, ceilings and electrical circuits are all scanned using Infrared Camera to locate Moisture, Missing Insulation and Electrical Hot Spots.

Your Home Inspection includes an in depth review while at the home.  You also receive a comprehensive computerized report with multiple pictures detailing any deficiencies found.  Your computerized report will be available that day or the next morning.

Every Home Inspection comes with a 100% Money Back Guarantee.  This “Iron Clad” Guarantee is good for 30 days after you take possession of your new home.  This allows you ample time to fully explore any deficiencies we have uncovered and ensure you are completely happy with your home and Home Inspection.

WETT Certified Inspections for Wood Stoves, Fireplaces, Pellet Stoves and Outside Boilers. WETT CERTIFIED Inspections are provided with your Home Inspection for only $75.00, a savings of $100.00.  Most insurance companies now require a Site Basic WETT Inspection for any new installation or when purchasing a home.  

Free Thermal Imaging Text

An Infrared Camera is an invaluable tool for finding hidden moisture, missing insulation or electrical hot spots. 

The common standard today for thermal camera is showing warmer, objects with a yellow-orange hue that gets brighter as the object gets hotter. Colder objects are displayed with a blue or purple color.

Infrared energy has a wavelength starting at approximately 700 nanometers and extends to approximately 1mm. Wavelengths shorter than this begin to be visible by the naked eye. Thermal imaging cameras use this infrared energy to create thermal images. The lens of the camera focuses the infrared energy onto a set of detectors that then create a detailed pattern called thermogram. The thermogram is then converted to electrical signals to create a thermal image that we can see and interpret.

All objects emit some kind of infrared radiation, and it’s one of the ways that heat is transferred. If you hold your hand over some hot coals on the grill, those coals are emitting a ton of infrared radiation, and the heat is transferring to your hand. Furthermore, only about half of the sun’s energy is given off as visible light—the rest is a mix of ultravoilet and infrared light.

Wavelength Chart

The hotter an object is, the more infrared radiation it produces. Thermal cameras can see this radiation and convert it to an image that we can then see with our eyes.

Inside of a thermal camera, there are a bunch of tiny measuring devices that capture infrared radiation, called microbolometers, and each pixel has one. From there, the microbolometer records the temperature and then assigns that pixel to an appropriate color. As you might have guessed, this is why most thermal cameras have an extremely low resolution compared to modern TVs and other displays—in fact, a very good resolution for a thermal camera is only around 640×480.

Professional Services Provided

All Services Provided by Barrie Home Inspections come with a 100% Money Back Guarantee.  This Guarantee is good for 30 days from the date of possession of your new home.

What Our Clients Say?

Roger was a Blessing when we bought our home.  He pointed out every deficiency while we walked around and through the house.  He sat down with us and discussed every item he had found while we were all at the house.  Any complicated issues were dealt with by going and looking at the problem, while Roger explained what actions were required.

We will be recommending Barrie Home Inspections to all our friends and family.