NEW CONSTRUCTION

A brand new home shouldn’t have any issues, right? We wish this was true…

Any home can potentially have problems, and newly built homes are no exception. Our inspectors have uncovered issues as minor as cosmetic damage that was overlooked, and things as serious as the foundation not having the correct thickness or the home missing insulation entirely. Having a third party inspector on your side helps to make sure the builder is fulfilling their duties and meeting your expectations. Take a look at some of the things we’ve found:

What can we do to catch these potential issues? Inspections during each phase of the home’s construction:

1. Pre/Post Foundation Pour Inspection

The first part of this phase consists of a site inspection including rough grading and vegetation/debris that may impact structure and the foundation. The second part of this phase consists of an inspection after the slab is poured to ensure a quality job.

2. Pre-Drywall Inspection

This phase is completed after the rough framing has been installed along with the plumbing, electrical, and HVAC systems. The pre-drywall phase is one of the most important since it allows us to discover potential issues before they are “hidden” behind the drywall.

2. Pre-Drywall Inspection

This phase is completed after the rough framing has been installed along with the plumbing, electrical, and HVAC systems. The pre-drywall phase is one of the most important since it allows us to discover potential issues before they are “hidden” behind the drywall.

3. Post-Drywall Inspection

This phase is a detailed inspection of the property after drywall installation to include exterior inspection of grounds, attic & roof.

4. Final Inspection

The final inspection is usually performed prior to the final walkthrough, and is similar to a comprehensive residential home inspection. We inspect the home in its entirety and test the major systems including the electrical, plumbing, and HVAC to ensure they work properly.

4. Final Inspection

The final inspection is usually performed prior to the final walkthrough, and is similar to a comprehensive residential home inspection. We inspect the home in its entirety and test the major systems including the electrical, plumbing, and HVAC to ensure they work properly.

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