Sheila Corman is a member of the Carson Dunlop Home Inspection team and is a Registered Home Inspector (RHI). Sheila is experienced, knowledgeable, and committed to helping clients become more informed about their homes, whether they are buying, selling or interested in general maintenance. As a professional inspector, mother, and woman in a male-dominated industry, Sheila brings a compassionate and unique perspective to every Home Inspection she performs. Her approach is fueled by both her background and her dedication to client care. At Carson Dunlop we recognize the need to earn your business by delivering exceptional customer service, through Sheila and our team, one inspection at a time.
SC: “I’ve always been interested in building things, and how things work. I was in construction and masonry for a while, and although I was feeling physically challenged, I wasn’t feeling mentally challenged. Home Inspection was less labor intensive and more interesting – a perfect fit for me.”
SC: “The value of a Home Inspection. I was reading an article on the spring market in Toronto and it said a lot of buyers were foregoing Home Inspections to gain an advantage in the bidding process. Ultimately a lot of these people ended up with homes that had huge problems which would’ve impacted their asking price as well as their decision to buy. Do not take the decision to buy a home lightly; always get as much information as possible. And if you have to forego the inspection, get one after – Home Inspectors have lots of advice for every situation.”
SC: “In one home I was inspecting I came across a passage way from a cellar to an underground well! Crawling through a dirt tunnel in Scarborough? I was definitely surprised.”
N. Childs; Homeowner
120 Carlton Street, Suite 407
932 Lee Street, Suite 101
Des Plaines, Illinois