New Construction Inspections

Newly constructed homes need an objective third-party to inspect. The city or county inspectors often don’t catch everything, but we’ve been trained to have a keen eye for anything that could compromise a new home’s lifetime or safety.

A pre-drywall inspection is a critical step in the new construction process. It is performed before the drywall is installed, which allows the inspector to see all of the framing, plumbing, and electrical work. This inspection can identify any potential problems with the home’s construction, such as framing defects, plumbing leaks, or electrical hazards. By addressing these problems early on, you can save time and money in the long run.

What Can Be Found During a New Construction Inspection?

Since older homes may experience wear and tear (like aged plumbing or electrical issues), it’s easy to assume a newly built home is defect-free. This is a huge misconception that could cost you thousands of dollars in repairs, or significantly decrease your property’s value. If contractors work too quickly or carelessly, they could leave behind a project that only barely meets safety standards. Even the most skilled and dedicated contractors can make mistakes, and if those aren’t caught early, the damage they cause could be exponential.