The Commercial Property Inspector is a qualified Building Code inspector. He is a Certified Building Code Official with the Ontario Building Officials Association and is fully qualified on Large Buildings and Part 3 of the Ontario Building Code. An unknowing inspector may lead you to believe your property is code compliant when you could in fact be faced with spending thousands or tens of thousands in required building code upgrades.
Due diligence? You hear the word, but what does it really mean? Here is an easy description: “Investigation and verification of the details of a particular investment.” In property investment, you can begin this procedure before you make an offer, but you also normally have clauses in the offer that permit you to have analysis completed, and evaluations of the books and certain documents.
Have been thinking of redecorating your house for a long time now? Are you afraid that if might cost you a large amount of money that you do not have? If you answered yes to both questions well you are not alone. Many homeowners have the same dilemma as yours. They too are trying to find answers for their problem.
If you want to know who invented the sash window and what is its origins you may be surprised to hear that this delightful invention dates back to the sixteenth century. There is a little controversy surrounding the origins, but it is popularly believed that an architect named Robert Hooke designed the first sash windows.