New Construction Inspection

There are Three Recommended New construction Inspections

Footer Inspection - Phase One

Building a new home is an exciting endeavor and there is a lot to know and manage which can lead to your builder accidentally or even intentionally missing a defect. It is important to have eyes on a project the better who is not part of the build. This is where our certified home inspector can benefit you.

It is important to do a footer inspection prior to backfilling and pouring the foundation. A Footer is one of the most important components of your home so it is key it gets done right! The footer which is generally made of rebar and concrete differs in size and dimensions based on the region that the home is being built in, the soil, and the loads/weight it will carry. The footer prevents settling of your home.

Pre-Drywall Inspection - Phase Two

Pre-Drywall inspections take place just before the drywall goes up after all other trades have completed their rough-in work to include the framers, electrician, plumber, HVAC, etc.

During the Pre-Drywall Inspection, our certified home inspector will inspect: the foundation; floor system; roof system; wall system; plumbing system; electrical system; HVAC; exterior wall covering; roof covering; and the interior. electrical wiring and junction box, placement; framing; foundation slabs, walls and drains; footings; notching of floor joists; firestop material; pier pads; crawlspace; retaining walls; plumbing pipe placement; waterproofing; flashing for windows and doors; wall studs; any missing metal clips; and the placement of HVAC air ducts and registers.

Final Inspection - Phase Three

The Final Inspection is commonly referred to as a standard home inspection. The certified home inspector inspects the final product of the exterior, interior, and all appliances and components of the house as covered by the standards of practice. You may find more information regarding a home inspection at the below link.