A pre-purchase home inspection provides a home buyer with the necessary information needed to make a well-informed decision, which can be helpful in the negotiation process.
New Construction Inspections
The construction of a new home has a lot of moving parts and it is not uncommon for things to be missed or overlooked in the process. Finding concerns before closing allows the builder to make repairs before purchasing.
A pre-drywall inspection is performed during the construction process before wall coverings and drywall are installed. Although a pre-drywall is not a code inspection, it is helpful in identifying potential defects and concerns before they are covered by the drywall.
Builder One-Year Warranty Inspections
A one-year warranty inspection provides one last look at the home before the home warranty expires. Concerns identified during the inspection that are covered under warranty can be addressed by the builder.
Addressing routine maintenance and repair items before putting a home on the market can reduce the number of potential concerns the new buyer will uncover during their own inspection.
Radon is a naturally-occurring radioactive gas that can cause lung cancer. A radon test can determine if the radon levels in the home are within the EPA’s standards for safe occupancy or if mitigation is needed. For more information on radon, click here: www.epa.gov/radon.
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