New Construction Home Inspection
A Newly Built Home Should Be Inspected
A newly built home can still have potential issues. NextDay Inspect® inspectors are trained and licensed to perform new construction inspections. Our Inspectors will be able to evaluate the four phases of development for new construction home inspections.
These four phases are:
Phase 1. Foundation and Footing
Phase 2. Pre-Drywall
Phase 3. Final Walkthrough/Pre-Settlement
Phase 4. 11 Month Warranty
Builder Homes Inspected by NextDay Inspect
What Do Our Inspectors Check
The inspectors at NextDay Inspect® are State Certified New Residential Structure (NRS) for performing new construction home inspections. Home Inspectors at NextDay Inspect® are licensed by the Department of Professional and Occupational Regulation (DPOR) Website Link and the Department of Labor, Licensing, and Regulation (DLLR) Website Link.
Our philosophy with residential property inspections is to leave no stone left unturned, which means that all rooms and facilities will be thoroughly inspected. The general interior inspection will include checking the basement and crawl space to ensure that there is no problem with rainwater or excess moisture in these hard to reach areas.
Yes, they do. NextDay Inspect® and its inspectors are covered with an insurance policy that builders recognize. The builder is indemnified on the insurance.
We have done new construction inspections for the following builders:
Toll Brothers, Van Metre, Ryan Homes, K. Hovnanian® Homes, Lennar Homes, NV Homes, and more
Foundation and Footing Inspections
Footing Inspections performed at NextDay Inspect® help to identify any deficiencies prior to the concrete being poured for the properties foundation.
Pre-drywall inspections provide our clients with information about any framing, plumbing and electrical defects while they are still visible, before the drywall is installed.
Prior to settlement at your new home, having a final walk-through inspection performed can assist in discovering any defects at the property.
11th Month Warranty Inspections
After living in a newly built home for a few months, you may notice that not everything is perfect. With all the materials and components involved in building a home, sometimes things get missed or overlooked. Having an independent inspector perform an 11-month warranty inspection prior to your builders 1-year warranty expiration can help get these items corrected at your new home.
Take a Look at a Sample Report
Get an idea of the format and items that would be listed under a New Construction Home Inspection.
Request a quote to find out the new construction home inspection cost for your property at Website Link