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Troy is a Certified Master Inspector® (CMI) and is a bonded and licensed through the province of Alberta. He’s also a certified member of the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI) and adheres to their standards of practice. Members of InterNACHI are required to continue training and testing throughout the year and must pass a re-certification exam each year in order to remain a member.
Certified Master Inspector®
TROY D. TRUDGEON
Your Buyer's Choice home inspector in the Edmonton, Alberta area!
Need a Home Inspection in Edmonton, Alberta? Troy D. Trudgeon of A Buyer's Choice Home Inspections is waiting to serve you! Troy is fully trained and experienced in all aspects of home inspections. Whatever inspection services you need, Troy is fully qualified.
Troy offers a complete range of commercial and residential inspection services. Are you buying a new home? Check! Acquiring a commercial property? No problem. Are you a new home owner and want to know more about maintenance? Troy can help.
Troy is an avid volunteer with Second Chance Animal Rescue Society (SCARS) in Alberta. SCARS has rescued and re-homed thousands of companion animals in northern Alberta. For more information visit: www.scarscare.ca
Whatever commercial or home inspection services you need, give Troy a call. He’s happy to help and he offers flexible scheduling to suit your needs. Contact Troy today!
Troy is proud to sponsor KeeOtee of Second Chance Animal Rescue Society.
KeeOtee is a Sanctuary Animal – a rescue that is a permanent ward of Second Chance Animal Rescue Society (SCARS). Due to certain behavioural traits, Beau is not likely to ever be adopted. SCARS permanently fosters these animals and asks businesses to offset the cost. Troy is proud to be Beau’s sponsor and is happy that rescues like SCARS care enough to give these permanent wards a home and the love, care and attention they deserve. Most humane societies would simply euthanize Beau.
For more information on the SCARS Sanctuary Animal program, please visit: http://scarscare.ca/long-term-animals/