New Construction: New construction home inspection services are phased inspections generally including two or three visits, depending on your comfort level. The three visits are foundation, pre-drywall and final. Many buyers choose the last two inspections as many foundation concerns can be found during the pre-drywall inspection (although few concerns can be changed at this time – remedial alterations are generally available). If you have chosen a challenging lot or home design, the value of a separate foundation inspection will grow.
The pre-drywall inspection is the visit your home will thank you for on its tenth and twentieth birthday and beyond. Here we will find if the framer assembled the structure properly, ensure other trades did not cut large holes through the framer’s good work and that electrical outlets are properly placed to name a few.
The final inspection is the visit you will be thankful for as you move into your new home. We will ensure the Builder has properly connected and finished the multitude of items that are now concealed in your new home. We will exercise your home to ensure it performs properly down to the hot water being delivered from the “hot water side” (the left side as you face the faucet – now a Federal Law, not just common sense).
The warranty inspection is primarily for new home buyers that missed their opportunity to inspect their new home before closing and for those whose first year of ownership has not lived up to expectations. Anytime during your warranty period you can schedule a complete home inspection. The process and report is the same as the final inspection. A warranty inspection is also recommended for new home buyers that have unresolved or on-going concerns.
John Mease Home Inspections 4404 Lake Pointe Circle, Roswell GA
Cell (770) 597-8052