New Construction Inspections
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Thermal Camera Imaging
Included in ALL New Construction Inspections
Pre-Dry Wall Inspections
Pre-drywall inspections are a crucial phase in the construction process, typically conducted before the installation of drywall. During this inspection, the inspector assesses the building's framing, electrical wiring, plumbing, and HVAC systems to ensure compliance with local building codes and regulations. It is an opportunity to identify any potential issues or deviations from the approved plans before they are concealed by drywall. Common aspects examined include proper placement of electrical outlets, adherence to plumbing standards, structural integrity of framing components, and compliance with fire safety measures. Addressing any discrepancies at this stage helps prevent costly and time-consuming rework, ensuring that the construction project proceeds smoothly and meets the necessary safety and quality standards.
Pre-move-in inspections play a vital role in purchase of a new home, serving as a final assessment before you take possession. These inspections are conducted to document the condition of the property and identify any damages or issues. Common areas of scrutiny include the functionality of appliances, the condition of walls and flooring, plumbing fixtures, and overall cleanliness. Any discrepancies discovered during the pre-move-in inspection are documented in a report, which can be used to address concerns, negotiate repairs, or establish responsibility for damages. This process promotes a fair and transparent transition, providing peace of mind to both parties involved in the property transaction.
11-Month Warranty Inspections
The 11-month warranty inspection is a significant milestone for homeowners who have recently purchased a newly constructed property. Typically occurring just before the first year of homeownership concludes, this inspection allows homeowners to identify and address any issues covered by the builder's warranty. The inspector thoroughly examines all aspects of the home, including structural elements, electrical systems, plumbing, and appliances. Common issues such as settling cracks, plumbing leaks, or electrical malfunctions may surface during this inspection. By identifying and addressing these concerns before the warranty expires, homeowners can ensure that any necessary repairs or fixes are carried out at the builder's expense. This proactive approach helps homeowners maintain the integrity of their investment and enjoy a home that meets the expected standards of quality and craftsmanship.