New Construction Inspections

Are you having a new home built? Have Inspection Works take care of ensuring it is built right the first time so you can have True Peace of Mind.  Most professional home builders are great at what they do and follow the proper steps to ensure you get a home built to the highest standards.  That being said, no builder is perfect and things still get missed. Hiring a third party inspector with a critical eye can save you thousands of dollars later on.

A home is constructed in phases, including foundation, framing, electrical, plumbing, heating/ventilation/air conditioning, roofing, insulation, flooring, and drywall.  Many of these critical systems are substantially hidden once the insulation and drywall are installed.  Inspection Works will inspect these systems while construction is in progress and before they are concealed.

Having an in-progress new construction inspection will let you rest easy in your new home.

Inspection Works will also inspect for:

Proper materials

Materials may be inferior.  They may also be damaged through the shipping or receiving process, or from being improperly stored.  Damaged or inferior materials might include flooring materials, lumber, pipes, tiles, siding and shingles.

Good construction practices

Builders take pride in their work, but nobody is perfect.  Corners can be cut and items can be forgotten. With an impartial inspector, more errors will be caught so they can be corrected before it’s too late.

Complete systems pre-drywall

Home builders often contract many of the systems installed in a new home.  Because there are various subcontractors involved, quality can sometimes take a back seat. Schedules, weather, and even delivery times can lead to disruptions, which in turn can lead to mistakes.

To schedule a new construction inspection: