April 6, 2022

About Mtl



Certifications acquired through home inspector training from InterNACHI®


Pantelis Ambatzis CMI®, a highly qualified and experienced Certified Master Home Inspector with a strong reputation in the industry. With years of experience under his belt, Pantelis has demonstrated a keen eye for detail and a comprehensive understanding of all aspects of home inspections. He has an unwavering commitment to providing clients with accurate and thorough reports that they can rely on when making important decisions about their properties. His extensive knowledge, meticulous attention to detail, and unwavering dedication to his clients make Pantelis Ambatzis an excellent choice for any home inspection needs.


Are you planning to buy a property in Montreal? Having it inspected by a recognized Mtl home inspection  building inspector makes perfect sense for your investment in Montreal, regardless of the borough or neighborhood. Each inspector on this site is a member of a recognized association in the field of building inspection and will perform a highly professional inspection. Whether you are looking for a house, condo, apartment building, commercial building or any other building in Montreal, a building inspection in Montreal, by recognized and experienced building inspectors, you have come to the right place! No matter what borough you are in, home inspection is professional, quality and efficient. 

The building inspector offers different types of inspections. For the inspection of a building before making the purchase, you will request a pre-preachat inspection. If you are selling a property and want to get the facts about its condition, you will do a pre-sale inspection, this could save you from last-minute negotiations. If there are only a few components that you want to have checked by an expert, you will opt for a partial inspection. Finally, there is the pre-acceptance inspection, a check of your new construction before moving in. The inspector can thus identify incomplete or poorly executed work. Do not hesitate to call a specialist, it could save you a lot of problems. 


 The pre-purchase inspection allows you to know the general state of health of the desired property, whether it is a condo, a house, a multi-unit building or a commercial building. Indeed, your building inspector in Montreal will check all the visible and accessible elements in order to draw a complete portrait of the property. Shortly after the inspection, you will receive a full report. It will contain photos, recommendations and comments. With all the information contained in this document, you will be able to make an informed choice regarding the purchase of the property. 


A complete inspection of a building essentially includes the following: 

  • Structure of the building 
  • Exterior of the building 
  • Roof and membrane 
  • Plumbing 
  • Electrical system 
  • heating and air conditioning 
  • Isolation 
  • Ventilation 
  • Humidity control 
  • The land 
  • Ventilation 
  • Interior of the building 


Do you want to put your home on the market? Before registering it, have your property inspected by a building inspector in Montreal. They will do a complete inspection of your building and give you a detailed report on its condition. You will therefore be able to know if any important work will need to be done before the sale. Pre-sale  inspection is an advantage for both the seller and the buyer. Indeed, the latter did not pay to carry out the inspection. As a seller, you can avoid last-minute negotiations and you can sell your building with peace of mind. 


The complete inspection of a building is an essential element that can allow you to protect yourself financially and legally during the sale or acquisition, but also in case of preventive inspection for maintenance purposes. Dealing with a certified inspector will give you peace of mind throughout the negotiation process with the buyer or seller. 


As a seller or buyer of a commercial or residential building, the building inspection will offer you an actual account of your building or residence. This analysis makes it possible to determine the general condition of the building (state of the foundations, the heating system and the electrical system, etc.). 

The seller of a building must be transparent and has the legal obligation to mention the presence of defects apparent to the buyer. However, conflicts over hidden defects are common in real estate transactions due to the omission of defects or lack of communication. That is why it is strongly advised to schedule a professional inspection of the building or house. Whether you are a seller or a buyer, protect yourself legally and financially by opting for an inspection. Although optional, this step is highly recommended to both parties. 

Are you a buyer? 

In addition to accompanying you during the verification and understanding of the sales documents provided by the seller, the building inspector will guide the seller and you through the building inspection process. Following this inspection, an inspection report will be given to you by the inspector. 

Are you a seller? 

Before the visual inspection, the inspector will perform a summary check of your sales declaration documents. Following the information about your building, the inspector will perform a visual inspection of your home or business. Following this inspection, an inspection report will be given to you by the inspector. 

What building components are analyzed during an inspection? 


  • Foundations 
  • The land 
  • Exterior doors and windows 
  • Fireplace and masonry 
  • Roof 
  • Balcony and terrace 


  • Wall cladding (walls and ceilings) 
  • Floor coverings 
  • Heating and ventilation system (type and condition) 
  • Complete electrical system (type and condition) 
  • Complete plumbing system 
  • Cabinetmaking (cabinets and hardware) 
  • Doors and windows (finishing and hardware) 


In addition to the complete visual inspection, the use of thermal technology will allow you to have a detailed plan of the condition of your commercial or residential building. Following the analysis of the general condition of the building, the inspector will analyze elements sometimes invisible to the visual inspection. Using different tools such as an infrared camera, an inspector who performs the thermal inspection will be able to detect problems related to poor insulationmoisture and mold and even potential water infiltration. For the complete analysis of the maintenance needs of your building in Montreal, trust the expertise and know-how of a certified building inspector. 


Are you buying a new home? Are you about to receive your new construction? This home, which will be your home for several years to come, represents a significant investment. It is therefore essential to have the assurance that your new home meets your needs, but also the many safety standards established. Be sure to have your home inspected before signing the purchase order. The services of a building inspector are essential to detect the presence of minor defects, but also major problems. In the case of the purchase of a house, this inspection will allow you to negotiate the sale price, while it will allow you to inform your contractor, in the case of a new construction. 

Are you looking for a building inspector ?

Pantelis is an InterNACHI Certified home inspector with a combined total of more than 11 years of different types of inspections. Starting in the industrial sector. My focus presently is that I could do more benefit in the residential and semi-commercial sectors.  Schooled with a Building Inspection Diploma from Institute Grasset and an Inter-NACHI certified inspector specializing in home, condo and duplex inspections. Please check the below credentials for your reference. I travel and do farm inspections as well. In Quebec the need for qualified inspectors is essential. Therefore I offer my services to you.


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