New Construction Inspections

New Construction Inspections

As buyers of re-sales homes always add home inspection to their contingency list, many buyers of new builds neglect this most important step.

There may be many reasons for this.  For instance, you have been working with your builder for a very long time relying on him for assisting in making some very large investment decisions.  And that relationship will no doubt continue for some time after purchasing the home to provide warranty and perhaps service work.  Buyers may be concerned that requesting a home inspection may risk damaging that relationship. 

Because our home inspector is a fellow construction contractor we will always treat your builder and your relationship with him with utmost respect.  It might be hard but you need to keep in mind that the relationship you have with your builder is a business relationship which can assist you in having freedom of speech to bring up things that are not acceptable to you.  There are many areas that can be overlooked under the pressure of meeting deadlines, passing city inspections, etc.  We can protect you from finding out about these things before it’s too late.

Many buyers of new builds neglect this most important step

  • If you are buying a spec home, add a home inspection contingency
  • Code inspectors only inspect to a minimum requirement, a home inspector will evaluate the quality of the work product
  • An inspector is trained to notice details that escape the unpracticed eye

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