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Our Inspection Services
Buyer's Home Inspection
Home buyers hire home inspectors to research a property and acquire a written report that details its condition, including an assessment of necessary or recommended repairs, maintenance concerns, and any other potentially costly issues. We will assess the physical structure of the home, from the foundation to the roof, as well as the home's systems.
New Construction Inspection
New construction inspections should be scheduled as soon as you are informed that the builder’s walkthrough will be occurring in the coming days. Before that happens, we’ll thoroughly evaluate the state of new construction to check for deficiencies that the builder will need to correct.
Our inspection types for New Construction include, Phase 1 (Pre-slab), Phase 2 (Pre-drywall), Site Inspections During Construction, and Final Inspections.
A Pre-Listing Inspection is performed prior to you putting your home on the market. This type of inspection is intended to provide you information about your homes current condition and defects that may be present. This can afford you the ability and time to make structural repairs or even upgrade and replace systems that may increase the likelihood of a sale.
11-Month Warranty Inspection
Most builders offer a one-year warranty on a new home. We’ll come out during the 11th month and perform a full home inspection before the builder’s warranty expires. Following your inspection, you will receive a comprehensive report, complete with photos, that includes information on any material defects observed on the date of the inspection. Armed with this information, you can take any necessary steps to hold your builder and subcontractors to their warranties while they’re still active.
A re-inspection is a home inspection that is performed to ensure that any repairs made by the seller are to acceptable standards. The last thing you want is to request a few big-ticket repairs to be completed by the seller, close on the house, and move in to find poor work quality that needs to be fixed again.