Home inspection on Salt Spring Island

Home inspection on Salt Spring Island happened yesterday at a 42 year old log home. To accomplish the home inspections the buyer brought in a  Home Inspector, Geo-technical Engineer and a local Salt Spring contractor.


Jeff the home inspector tells the story about the bag of Gold he found in an attic;

gold story

How many people would like to find a bag of gold in an attic?


Here are the audio interviews with all three inspectors; These audio clips will play on CFSI 107.9fm Radio Real Estate show on August 28, 2012.


Interview with Geo technical Engineer

Geo Tec


Jeff Ericson “home inspector” giving the oral report to buyer. He sends the buyers a full detailed written report usually within 24 hr of inspection.

Jeff Salt Spring home inspector


Interview with Salt Spring contractor Rob Honey.

Rob Salt Spring contractor


In this home I found these, 1969 1-1320 scale topographic maps, which are not exactly a pot of gold but a good find.



Cheers

Scott Simmons

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  1. Brenda Guiled says:

    Scott, fantastic that you shared this map.
    BC Parks has some interest in siting the old Monk farmhouse at Ruckle, but the manager needs to convince his higher-ups that it would be a fitting addition.
    I’m preparing an illustrated argument. The old land-survey grid on this map is useful.
    Besides, Don and I just love old maps. This one’s a treasure.

    • Hi Brenda yes they are nice maps I did not get to keep the hard copies and only have these photos. If we had found the gold perhaps I might not have shared it. That would be a good location for the Monk farmhouse or perhaps on a CRD park.

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