It is reasonable to assume that just because a building passed local codes and ordinances it should be in good shape. Don’t be so sure! Rushed and limited inspections by local code enforcement agency may miss the opportunity to connect all the dots when the building is considered as a whole. Additionally, builders may make modification to a building after code inspections have already taken place. New-home buyers should capitalize on the fact that builders are still on site and willing to correct issues, final payment, and other factors are typically an extra incentive for contractors to be responsive to reported problems. Final walk through inspection and construction phase review are available. Discovering potential issues early one and before it affects the building will lead to a much safer and better home. Learn more.
New construction typically carries a one-year warranty provided by the builder. Before this warranty runs out, our inspector will inspect and provide you with a detailed report on issues and conditions that may have changed and aged during the building’s first year. As buildings age, systems and components that are functional may be already showing signs or premature wear due to inadequate installation or manufacturer’s defects. Protect your new home and investment before builder’s one year warranty expires.