New Construction Inspection
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Builder Phase Inspections
- Pre-Pour Inspection
- Pre-Drywall Inspection
- Final Inspection
New construction homes typically come with a 'one year limited warranty.' A one year builder inspection is a standard home inspection with special attention related to building construction. Let Home Inspection Professionals - H.I.P. inspect your home near the end of your warranty period and provide a detailed list of issues noted to provide to your builder.
Annual Maintenance Program
An Annual Maintenance inspection of your home protects your family and your investment. The Annual Maintenance inspection allows Home Inspection Professionals - H.I.P. inspector to monitor or detect problem areas before they become a ﬁnancial or life safety issue. Simple issues, such as unchecked moisture and water penetration can lead to costly structural damage, without early detection.
What is an Annual Maintenance Inspection?
An Annual Maintenance inspection is essentially the same as a standard home inspection, but the inspection is done for the current owner. Most of these homeowners have been in their homes for over three years, and they may or may not have had their home inspected at the time they purchased it. One small diﬀerence between a buyers inspection and an Annual Maintenance Inspection is that Home Inspection Professionals - H.I.P. doesn’t test the appliances during a maintenance inspection. However, we do inspect the installation of the appliances.
Why should you have an Annual Maintenance Inspection?
Think of an Annual Maintenance Inspection as a checkup visit to the doctor or dentist. An Annual Maintenance Inspection from Home Inspection Professionals - H.I.P. will help to prioritize a home improvement list, and ﬁnd out about small problems before they turn into big ones. In some cases, an Annual Maintenance Inspection will reveal that what was thought to be a small problem has already turned into a big one. An Annual Maintenance Inspection also gives homeowners a chance to have a professional home inspector answer questions with a completely unbiased viewpoint.