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New Construction Inspection

Do I need and inspection on my brand new home?

Yes, it is highly recommended to have a home inspection on a new construction home. While new homes may seem perfect, there can still be issues and defects that need to be addressed before you take possession. Our home inspectors can provide an unbiased evaluation of the home’s systems, structure, and components, and identify any issues that need to be addressed before closing on the home. This can save you time and money in the long run by addressing any potential problems early on. It is important to note that the builder’s warranty may not cover all issues, and a home inspection can provide added peace of mind and ensure that your investment is protected.

Code Inspections Only Cover the Basics

While code inspections are legally required, they can only provide a basic level of insight on a new home. Even with the most diligent contractors and construction workers, mistakes and shortcuts can occur, leading to safety concerns and issues with the home's systems and structure.

Peace of Mind

Rather than worrying for the next few years about if the AC vents were installed in the guest bedroom correctly, let a professional inspector take a look. We will go over the entire home to help address any issued before taking possession

Whats Inspected?

A new construction inspection is very similar to our residential home inspection with a few changes. Since the home has yet been lived in we won’t be able to see signs of normal wear and tear or new construction settlement in framing members. We can leave those items for the 11 moth warranty inspection when we will have a clear view of how the home is acting over time. For a brand new home that has never been lived in before, we want to find anything that may have been overlooked during the building process like an electrical outlet that doesn’t work or a plumbing line leaking behind a wall because it wasn’t sealed correctly. catching these items as quickly as possible helps prevent any long term damage they may cause going unnoticed.