New Construction Inspections
Be Confident That Nothing Is Overlooked in Building Your Dream Home
Building a new home? You’ve most likely got a lot on your plate. Architectural drawings, fabric swatches, color schemes—the list goes on and on. It’s certainly an exciting time, but also a stressful one. To ensure your finished home is exactly as you planned it, make sure that your home is being built with the watchful eye of a certified, trained inspector. At HomeTeam Inspection Service, we offer over 30 years of experience and can make sure your new home is safe and secure.
Our new construction inspection team will keep you up to date during each phase. Find and inspector near you.
New construction home inspection is a valuable service that provides homebuyers with peace of mind when purchasing a new home. While the builder typically inspects the home prior to sale, an independent home inspector can provide a more thorough evaluation of the home's condition and safety. Home inspectors are trained to look for potential issues and report on the overall condition of the home, from the foundation to the roof. When purchasing a new home, it is important to have an independent home inspector review the home to assess any potential issues that may not be visible to the naked eye.
A new construction home inspection typically begins with an exterior evaluation. The inspector will examine the foundation, walls, and roof for any signs of damage or deterioration. They will also check the siding, windows, and doors for proper installation and operation. The inspector will also inspect the home's utilities, such as the plumbing, heating, and electrical systems, to ensure they are working properly. Additionally, a home inspector will evaluate any landscaping and grading around the home to ensure that it meets local building codes.
Comprehensive Phase Inspections
Whether you have hired a general contractor or are contracting out the work yourself, there are a lot of steps in the process and sometimes even the best home builders can miss certain critical items that are involved with this complicated process. A phase inspection from HomeTeam can greatly benefit you.
Phase inspections include:
- Final punch-out list and walkthrough
We’ll inspect the important structural and mechanical components of your home prior to them being covered with drywall, concrete, or other materials. Our phase inspections include a written report that is comprehensive, easy to read, and will highlight areas of concern.
The Importance of Home Inspections
It’s so important that you have a highly qualified inspector to handle your phase inspection. Unless issues are caught early, they could be costly, if not impossible, to correct down the road after the construction of your house is finished.
These inspections will monitor the building process with an unbiased, third-party evaluation of the construction, leaving you with the peace of mind that your new home will be structurally sound for many years to come.