WHY INSPECT BEFORE A HOME IS COMPLETED?
A pre-drywall inspection is conducted when the framing, electrical, plumbing, heating, air, and ventilation systems are complete but still exposed. This inspection ensures that the building process meets code and industry standards and is an opportunity to identify any issues before they are covered by insulation and drywall. By addressing any problems at this stage, you can avoid costly repairs in the future and ensure your home is built on a solid foundation from day one.
A final inspection is conducted when the builder has completed the construction process, and the home is ready for occupancy. This inspection is a comprehensive evaluation of the entire property, including the structure, systems, and finishes. It is the last chance to identify any issues or defects that may have been missed during the construction process. Addressing any issues at this stage can save you time and money by avoiding major damage down the road.
11-Month Warranty Inspection
This inspection is conducted before your home warranty expires, typically one year after construction is completed. This is an opportunity to identify any issues that have arisen since the final inspection and ensure that any necessary repairs are made before the warranty expires. By addressing these issues early on, you can save money on repairs that may no longer be covered by the warranty and ensure that your home remains in top condition for years to come.
EXPLAINING YOUR NEW HOME
We use the latest inspection reporting technology through Spectora, allowing our licensed inspectors to provide comprehensive and detailed inspection reports. Our advanced reporting tools include high-quality photos and diagrams, ensuring that our clients can easily understand the findings of the inspection. These reports also include detailed recommendations for any repairs your builder may need to make. With our expertly executed new construction inspections and detailed reporting, our clients can rest assured that their newly constructed home meets the highest standards of quality and safety.