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Rob Devlin

Rob Devlin

Biographical Info

Professional Home Inspector, Master Electrician, Bach. Of Education- Construction Technologies
Rob has an extensive construction background including 25years as a licensed electrician and 15years as residential electrical contractor. At Canadian Home Inspection Services, we are able to provide a comprehensive, top to bottom inspection and report, along with accurate cost estimates, remodeling advice and recommended repair methods.
Working closely with the Ontario Association of Home Inspectors (OAHI), we follow their “Standards of Practice” and “Code of Ethics” to ensure that our inspections are conducted with fairness and impartiality to all parties involved in a real estate transaction

Email Address rdevlin.chi@gmail.com




Rob Devlin

Electrical Fire Safety Tips

Do you know the warning signs that indicate that electrical could be an issue? Dimming lights Tripping circuit breakers Reliance on extension cords Overloading outlets Loose plugs Hot receptacles Strange or distinctive odors in the vicinity of receptacles or switches Unusual static on radio or television If any of these occur in your home, a […]

Rob Devlin

Structural Cracks

Not all structural cracks are serious…but do you know which types of cracks can cause problems? Check it out!  https://www.canadianhomeinspection.com/real-estate-resources/basement-wall-structure-components/structural-cracks/ Structural Cracks What are the causes and which cracks are problems? Types of Cracks A. Horizontal cracks in walls B. Vertical cracks in walls C. 45 degree cracks D. Cracks in ceramic tile floors E. […]

Rob Devlin

Kitchen Cabinets. Reface or Replace?

Are you thinking of kitchen renovations this winter? Something to consider… Reface or Replace!? That is a good question… Kitchen Cabinets – Reface or Replace

Rob Devlin

Eco-Friendly Ice Melt Alternatives

Salt does do a great job of melting ice and snow through the winter but its bad news for your pets, the environment and your garden. Pets get salt on their paws which causes cracking, salt corrodes metal, damages concrete and wreaks havoc on your garden and lawn. With spring melt, all the accumulated salt […]