Why should you have an inspection performed on your new home?
When purchasing a new home you expect it to be perfect, no defects and nothing to replace because it has never been lived in.
Unfortunately, that is not always the case. We don’t want you to be one of the many home buyers that have purchased a brand new home only to find out that the plumbing leaks, the electricity was not wired correctly or worse the roofing was not put on properly and is subject to massive leaking.
New home inspections are just as pertinent as an inspection of an older existing property. Inspections should take place after an occupancy permit has been issued and utilities activated, but before the closing so that any imperfections can be brought to the attention of the builder and remedied prior to transfer of the property. Significant structural deficiencies and safety concerns, along with many less significant but important and potentially costly deficiencies, are often encountered during new home inspections.
These are all situations we do not want you to have to worry about months after purchasing your home. The only concern you should have is when you’re moving in and who is going to help you out.