We have built our company on providing the most thorough home inspections possible and by holding ourselves to the highest standards out there. We inspect for each of our clients as if they were family. A home is a large purchase, and we work hard to help and protect you. 
Bluewater Property Inspection's lead inspector Scott Turnbull entered the home inspection profession in 1998. Scott apprenticed under a Registered Home Inspector (Bill Mullen) for several years and has since performed well over five thousand home inspections in Sarnia-Lambton in accordance with the Canadian Association of Home and Property Inspectors Standard of Practices and Code of Ethics. Scott earned his National Certificate through the National Home Inspector Certification Council in 2006, the highest level of competency and third party evaluation in Canada. In August of 2009, Scott became a Registered Energy Advisor with National Resources Canada and has completed thousands of on-site energy evaluations across South Western Ontario. Scott furthered his education in 2013 by becoming a licensed Gas Technician (G2). The only licensed technician performing home inspections and energy audits in south western Ontario. Over the years, Scott has proven his ability to identify defects and report on conditions found in residential construction. 

 • National Home Inspector (NHI) with the National Home Inspector Certification Council (NHICC) The NHICC is a non-profit federal corporation administered by a board of Directors. Their mandate is to establish an independent certification program for home and property inspectors in Canada as well as identify relevant training/education for home and property inspectors based on their ability to successfully complete a National Home Inspector exam and Test Inspection.

• Registered Home Inspector (RHI) with the Canadian Association of Home & Property Inspectors. (CAHPI). CAHPI provides enhanced consumer protection through competency evaluation and public awareness campaigns. It is dedicated to enhancing the technical skills and professional practice of home inspectors and maintaining high professional standards through education and discipline.

• Registered Energy Advisor (REA) through Natural Resources Canada. As of 2015, Natural Resources Canada required all energy advisors to pass Foundation Level exams and ERS v15 Energy Advisor exams to become a Registered Energy Advisor. REA’s must demonstrate knowledge and experience in areas such as residential construction practices for low rise housing, energy efficiency renovation practices, building science and good client relations.

• Licensed as a Gas Technician (G2) through the Technical Standards and Safety Authority (TSSA). The TSSA is a not-for-profit self funded organization established in 1997 to deliver public safety services, such as the Fuels Industry, on behalf of the government of Ontario.