SE Inspections Inc.

Home Inspectors
proudly serving Cambridge, Kitchener, Waterloo, Guelph, Stratford, Brantford, Elmira, Woodstock, GTA, Hamilton & Surrounding Areas

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About Us

About Us
Amr Serrag Eldin,  CPI, BCIN, PMP

Amr has joined the field of construction in 1999 after finishing his Architectural Engineering degree, the diversity of the types of projects he worked in solidified his experience, working in the construction management gave him more experience in the field, Amr loves the houses and residential buildings, he specified in it, he had the curiosity to know everything about it. He completed Carson Dunlop Home inspection training program with Honours, he also finished the field training by Carson Dunlop as well.
When Amr started his new career as a Home Inspector, he mixed his old knowledge and experience with the new strategies of experiences which he learned.
For him, the learning trip has no end, he is always developing himself and his skills. Beyond work, in his personal time he enjoys recreational sports, taking part in community events, reading, spending time with family,friends and taking part in various industry association and professional events. Together with his wife Nehal, they have 3 beautiful children and reside in Cambridge, Ontario.
Below is a summary of his achievement in his career 
  • 20 Years of Architectural & Construction Experience
  • Certified Professional Inspector CPI (InterNACHI)
  • Certificate of New Construction Inspection Training Program (Canadian Association Of Home & Property Inspectors )
  • Certificate of Home Inspection Field Training Program (Carson Dunlop College)
  • Certificate of Home Inspection Training Program (Carson Dunlop College)
  • Certificate of Project Management Professional (PMP)
  • Graduate Certificate in Construction Projects Management
  • Certificate of Canadian Architectural Certification Board
  • Bachelor of Architectural Engineering
  • Building Code Identification Number (BCIN) Registered Designer for Houses & Small Buildings (Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing- Ontario)
  • Member of Ontario Association of Home Inspectors (OAHI)
  • Member of Membership Committee in Ontario Association of Home Inspection
  • Former Member of International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI)
  • Member of Project Management Institute (PMI)
  • District Soccer Referee (Canada Soccer - Ontario Soccer)
  • Former Member of The Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC)
  • Former Member of Ontario Association of Architects (OAA)


Pre-purchase Home Inspection

Put simply, a home inspection is a visual examination and technical analysis of the major systems of a house performed for existing homeowners, prospective purchasers, or third party agencies. The systems inspected include the Roofing, Exterior, Structure, Electrical, Heating, Cooling, Insulation, Plumbing, and the Interior

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New Construction Inspection

Inspecting new homes is different. There is no in-field performance to evaluate since the house is new. It is a predictive inspection. It is not a code compliance inspection, nor a contract compliance inspection. The inspection is similar to a conventional home inspection but is built around the Construction Performance Guidelines of the Tarion Warranty Corporation.

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Pre-listing Home Inspection

If you're selling your home, having the property inspected before it goes on the market is a great idea because it offers several advantages

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Thermal Imaging

A Thermal Imaging is an emerging technology that may allow us to show you things about your home that no one can show you using other inspection methods. Thermal imaging produces images of invisible heat energy emitted from objects and systems in the home and allows us to measure it. Our five senses can only detect so much, but this state of the art process makes a Home Inspection using a thermal image camera a much more thorough process. Air and water leaks behind walls at the time of inspection might be detected through this technology.

Septic Systems Inspection

SE Inspections Inc. offers a visual inspection for the septic system, that inspection will explain to you how your system works, its performance and if there is any concerns. The inspection will tell you if the system is satisfactory or not, protect your investment by doing this inspection.

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Pools & Spas Inspection

SE Inspections Inc. offers a visual inspection for the swimming pools and spas, that inspection will explain to you how your pool works, its shape, performance and if there is any concerns. The inspection will tell you if the system has any problems, protect your investment by doing this inspection.

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Your Report

The home inspection report you receive describes each of the major systems of the home, including: Roof, Exterior, Structure, Electrical, Heating, Cooling, Insulation and ventilation, Plumbing and Interior

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We inspect the major systems of the house. These include the Roof, Exterior, Structure,Electrical, Heating, Cooling, Plumbing, Insulation, and Interior. Our goal is to identify any existing major problems that would affect a typical buyer's decision to purchase.
A typical inspection should take 2 to 3 hours to complete. This can vary, given the current condition and size of the home, the accessibility of mechanical systems, and so on. As a courtesy to sellers, we recommend that they be informed of the time frame in a pre-purchase home inspection situation.
  • Complete home inspection conducted by an experienced professional.
  • Comprehensive written home inspection report.
  • Technical support for as long as you own your home.
Our typical fee for an inspection is CAD 250-500. However, some factors will affect the fee. If you are comparing home inspection firms, the fee charged should not be the deciding factor unless the level of service offered is identical. Remember, you are considering a major purchase and your choice of home inspector should be based on getting the best value, not just the best price.
You don't have to take notes during the inspection. We will document everything in a written report. It's much better to follow the inspector through, listening to his comments to make sure you understand. It's also a great opportunity to ask questions and to clarify anything that confuses you.
Definitely. We encourage you to attend. The inspection is a valuable learning experience for most home buyers.
You should dress comfortably and be prepared to spend roughly 2 1/2 hours walking through the home with the inspector. You won't have to climb on the roof or go into the attic, so your clothes won't get dirty.
Absolutely! You may want to bring some questions that you have regarding the home. You should also feel free to stop the inspector and ask questions as you go. If the inspector's comments or explanations are not clear, please ask for further explanation.
We recommend that you do not bring your family; this is a technical evaluation, and you should focus on the inspector's comments - the fewer distractions, the better.
You do receive a written report. It would be unfair to ask you to remember all of the things we cover during a home inspection. The report includes a summary of the condition of the home and details on all the major systems of the home. It is delivered within 72 hours after the inspection
No. Our goal is to report on the condition of the house, indicating potential repairs and expenses. Ultimately, it is your decision as to whether or not you buy the house. The home inspection is very important but it is only one piece of the puzzle. Only you know all of the factors at play.
A home inspection is a professional opinion based on less-than-complete information. It's a little like getting a check-up from your doctor: It improves your odds of good health but there is no guarantee or warranty.
Some problems can only be discovered by living in a house - they cannot be discovered during a home inspection. For example, some shower stalls leak when people use the shower but don't leak when you simply turn on the shower. Some roofs and basements only leak when specific weather conditions exist. Some problems will only be discovered when carpets are lifted, furniture is moved or finishes are removed. As such, we cannot and do not offer a warranty on the house.
Home warranty programs are available from others. We would be happy to help you contact a warranty company.
Our inspector is a graduate of the Carson Dunlop Home Inspection Training Program. A member of Ontario Association of Home Inspectors (OAHI).
Twenty years of experience in the architectural and construction fields. OAA, MRAIC Former member and PMI member, Project Manager Professional (PMP) and Ontario qualified Small Buildings and Houses designer (BCIN).
Our Inspector is a Certified Professional Inspector (CPI) and a Former member of the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI)
Our inspector is a member of OAHI. Also he is a member of Membership Committee of the Association.
Our Corporate is a BBB accredited Business, a member of Cambridge Chamber Of Commerce 
We are ready to serve you quickly. However, when the sale of a home is conditional on the results of a home inspection, we recommend that you allow at least three days to arrange for a home inspection.

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  • Cambridge, Ontario, Canada