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Our Home inspectors are Ontario Building Code, IICRC Water Restoration and Mould Remediation certified. Infrared Thermal Imaging, moisture detection and mould inspection is included in all inspections.
Rockwood/ Guelph/Eramosa is a township located in Wellington County, in midwestern Ontario, Canada. It partly encircles the city of Guelph, surrounding it in a continuous arc from approximately northeast to south-southwest of the city. It is part of the Guelph census metropolitan area.
The township was created in 1999 by the merger of the townships of Guelph and Eramosa, as well as parts of Pilkington and Nichol Townships. The name Eramosa was derived from the native word Un-ne-mo-sah (possibly meaning "black dog", "dead dog", or simply "dog"). Eramosa Township was settled primarily by Scots and Irish; in 1841, its population was 935. The mayor of Guelph/Eramosa in 2018 is Christopher White (since 2010). Township councillors are Bruce Dickieson, Corey Woods, Louise Marshall and Mark Bouwmeester. County councillors are Don McKay and Doug Breen
Rick Clayton RHI, CMI, WRT, AMRT
Since starting Licensed Home Inspector Inc in 2010 LHI has become one of the leading inspection companies in the region. Rick has preformed over 2500 Home Inspections. On average most inspectors perform 100 to 250 inspections a year, Rick currently performs 400 to 500 inspections a year.
Carson Dunlop Inspection training, LHI lead mentor, Ontario Building Code Training 2006, Certified Mould Dog Handler, IICRC Water Restoration and Applied Mould Remediation Training.
Colin Coughlin CHI, WRT, AMRT
Since joining Licensed Home Inspection Inc. 2017 Colin has quickly made a name for himself in the industry. Career development education, past construction experience and on the job training has allowed him to excel with cutting edge home and building inspection technology.
Carson Dunlop Inspection training, Ontario Building Code Certified, IICRC Water Restoration and Applied Mould Remediation Certified.