Many homeowners have the misconception that if they are moving into a completely new home, then there is no need for any additional inspections. Does a newly built home constructed from brand new materials and inspected by the county really need an official inspection from a home inspector? All-Pro Home Inspections will show you why the answer to that question is an emphatic yes! Here are some reasons why it’s important not to skip out on a new construction inspection for your brand new house.
Why You Need a New Construction Inspection
Even though your brand new home went through a county inspection, you can’t be sure that the county inspector spent the same amount of time as a home inspector scrutinizing your new home for common issues. Catching errors now can save you thousands of dollars later, and the builder may be required to fix them for you. The experts at All-Pro Home Inspections typically find code violations, damaged roof shingles, nail holes in roof shingles, missing flashings, deck issues, electrical problems, HVAC problems, and plumbing issues at new construction inspections.
Why You Need a Pre-Drywall Inspection
At All-Pro Home Inspections, we also recommend that you schedule a pre-drywall inspection. This is an evaluation of the home in the framing stage. We check all load bearing and framing components, electrical systems, plumbing components, and HVAC systems to ensure they are all code-compliant and that the home is ready for drywall. These inspections for your brand new home will help you protect your largest investment.
Schedule Inspections For Your Newly Built Home
All-Pro will give you peace of mind with our new construction home inspections, as well as our complete home inspections, pre-listing inspections, termite inspections, radon testing, mold testing, and more. When you purchase a new construction inspection, we include our $100,000 warranty coverage plus the popular RecallChek on all appliances. Contact us at (615) 337-1277 or schedule online now. We serve Nashville and the surrounding areas.