New Construction Inspection
After building a new home, a certified Done Right inspector will visit your new property and perform a new construction inspection. Although we all want to believe that a newly built home is perfect, it is important to face the reality. Hiring an inspector to inspect a newly constructed home can save yourself time and money by notifying you of any flawed or unfinished work before the project is fully complete. A new construction inspection typically detects any damages and incomplete work at your new property.
- Damages — New construction damages can be caused from the workers or from natural weather elements. If rain, wind, or snow sits in your home and is not properly taken care of by your construction crew, the damages can be caused from neglect. If your construction crew is in a hurry to get work done, mistakes can be made resulting in damaged property. When your crew cuts corners, mistakes can be made resulting in damaged property. It is important to hire a construction crew that will take the time to do the work the proper way.
- Incomplete Work — Unless you are monitoring your crew during all working hours, how do you know the job was done 100%? That’s what a new construction inspection is for. Upon first looking at the home, things might look great, but after moving you you might discover that a door hinge is missing or that a window seal is broken in one of the bedrooms. These important missing elements can be a hassle to replace after move in. When Done Right inspectors visit your property to perform a new construction inspection, they will thoroughly inspect every inch of your home to make sure there was no sloppy workmanship.