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New Home

It’s brand new “WOW!” 

Buying a newly constructed home is exciting, filled with the promise of modern amenities, pristine design and that “new home smell”. 

The Myth of Flawless New Builds: 

It’s common for home buyers to assume that a newly constructed home is free from defects or issues. After all, everything is brand new, right? Unfortunately, this belief can be misleading. Even with the best builders, the construction process is complex with literally tens of thousands of details. It involves numerous trades, materials, and systems. As a result, oversights or errors often occur, leading to potential problems that could impact the safety and overall quality of the home. 

The Importance of Home Inspections: 

The value of home inspections in new construction cannot be overstated. A home inspection performed by a professional home inspector goes beyond the surface-level aesthetics and delves into the structural and functional aspects of the home. Here are some key reasons why home inspections are essential for newly constructed homes. 

Home inspectors have the expertise to identify issues that may not be immediately noticeable. This includes potential problems with the foundation, roofing, structural, electrical systems, plumbing, and more. Identifying these issues early on can save homeowners the hassle of repairs down the road. 

Protecting Your Investment: 

Peace of Mind for Homeowners: Knowing that a professional home inspector has thoroughly examined the home provides significant peace of mind. It offers assurance that your new home is not just visually appealing but also structurally sound and safe. 

A New Construction Inspection is performed when a newly built home is ready to move in but before your final walk-through with the builder. Have an inspection report in hand for that final walk-through and have any deficiencies corrected before you head to the closing table!