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Your Privacy And Safety Is Important To Us


The personal data submitted to Dive Deep Home Inspections shall be used only for the purpose of completing our contractual obligations to you, our client. This will include, but is not limited to communication before, during, and after the inspection process, as well as future marketing emails and offers that we pass on to our existing clients. We will not provide your personal information to any third parties for any reason whatsoever. We will protect personal information by reasonable security safeguards against loss or theft, as well as unauthorized access, disclosure, copying, use, or modification. If you wish to update your personal information in our database, or if you wish to opt-out of future marketing communications, please contact us via email at or through the "contact us" link here on our website.

-Code Of Conduct & Standards Of Practice-

We at Dive Deep Home Inspections follow the strictest of guidelines not only to ensure your safety, but to ensure a complete and accurate inspection of the home as well as a professional and comfortable experience for everyone involved. Being part of a professional association provides confidence to our customers as we work to a proven standard within this industry. We have chosen to be associated with the Ontario Association of Home Inspectors (OAHI). 

Ontario Association of Home Inspectors

Code Of Conduct​

Our inspectors are expected to follow a very strict code of conduct, both personally and professionally. Some examples include conducting all inspections within the boundaries of the law, to maintain client confidentiality and full disclosure if any relationship exists between the inspector and the property, interested party, or any personal or business interests which may be construed as affecting the inspectors integrity or judgement. For complete details on the OAHI Code of Conduct click below.   

Standards Of Practice​

Inspectors normally follow a set of rules or guidelines in order to maintain a standard across the industry in respect to the inspection. Different associations have slightly different guidelines, however for the most part are all quite similar. All standards will include things like ensuring that inspectors DO NOT test safety features of system to ensure that they are not damaged, as well as only checking systems using the standard controls for that system. For complete details on the OAHI/CAHPI Standards of practice click below.

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