Why should I get a home inspector for a new house?
In the lengthy process of constructing a home, there’s ample room for oversight — subpar materials go unnoticed; structures are improperly installed; construction companies cut corners. A single error in the construction process can pose a costly hazard down the road, while hiring a home inspector for new construction homes ensures the house is safe and ready for inhabitation, freeing you from liability.
Bringing in a home inspector to double-check the finished product is an insurance policy on a huge investment, and allows the home to be bought or sold with its condition assured.
Common problems with new homes
- Exterior & window leaks
- Premature foundation cracks
- Incorrectly installed wooden floors
- Defective siding
- Defective fire detection
- Restricted ventilation
Having a home inspection during construction catches these problems before they advance, giving you peace of mind.
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