Our Inspectors

After teaching residential building inspections (Home Inspections) since 1996 and watching many go through the course with a lot of potential, Rick thought “What if someone were to recruit the best of these students and form a company?”.

That is what G.T. Inspections is about, it’s not a franchise but a company owned by its members.

G.T. Inspections has one goal and that is, to have the best, well educated building inspectors on the market.

There are presently 8 people in the company with 6 active inspectors and within five years, the company expects to have 25 inspectors and G.T. Inspections will become known as the one stop shop in the industry.

Whether it’s for Residential Building Inspections, Commercial Inspections, Consultation, Air Quality Testing or Asbestos Testing, G.T. Inspections is the place to call. We have inspectors working 7 days a week and during the summer time we can even inspect in the evening if you want.


The Team

Rick is a home inspector, a 041 3FER Sapper QL6B and a Genie Militaire.

After teaching Building Inspecting for so many years, Rick decided to start the Team G.T. Inspections.

Rick has over 20 years experience as a 041 Sapper, and has worked both in Canada and the Middle East. In the Middle East with the United Nations he developed the “Camp Development Plan” and inspected all buildings in regards to this.

As a Civilian he has worked as a cost construction expert, construction manager and in cost control, contract writing, estimating, claims analysis and has developed computer programs to monitor construction projects.

In building inspection as a National Certificate Holder and a registered Home Inspector, Rick set up the first Residential Building Inspection course in the province at Vanier College that is now recognized by the National Certification Authority which is the first educational institution in Quebec to do this. Rick has not only trained more inspectors in the province since 1996 than any other group or individual but also leads the Team G.T. Inspections.