You might wonder, why, if I am buying a newly constructed home, should I get a new construction home inspection?
The answer is simple. Most production builders do not take the time to go behind their subcontractors to ensure they are doing a quality job. In most cases, they have as many as 10- 20 homes, all in different construction phases at one time, with one person managing all of them. The builder’s job is not necessarily to ensure that the work is being done correctly or in a quality manner, but to ensure that everyone is on schedule and that the home will be completed on the scheduled date.
That’s where we come in!
We will be your advocate to make sure that everything is being completed as it should be and that the quality that you expect is there. We will put our more than 25 years of building and inspecting experience to work for you to ensure that your dream home is everything that you expect it to be! Also, if we perform your new construction inspection you can schedule us for your 11-month warranty inspection at a deeply discounted price.
Phases Of New Construction Development
Before the concrete is poured, we will inspect all foundation work.
All electrical lines.
All Roof components.
All plumbing top-out items.
All exterior windows and doors.
Final Walkthrough Inspection
All electrical, including outlets, lighting fixtures, and ceiling fans.
All roof components (including attic).
All plumbing, including sinks, showers, bathtubs, drains, faucets, hot water heaters, and exterior water lines.
All windows and doors.
All flooring and trim work.
Home Warranty Inspection
Performed during your 11-month anniversary, Superior Inspections will re-inspect all deficiencies noted on the previous year’s report and any new deficiencies that have become apparent since the original inspection.