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Inspect Your Home As It's Being Built
New home inspections are just as important as older home inspections. You have an opportunity to get another set of eyes on your home as it’s being built. Inspections are conducted in three phases to ensure issues aren't being covered up by drywall and finishes. It's better to find hidden issues before moving into your home rather than having repairs made while living there.
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This is the last and only opportunity to get an in-depth look inside the walls of your new home. RPI inspectors will inspect the framing members, concrete slab, plumbing lines, electrical lines, ductwork, flashing around doors and windows, and much more. Many times issues are discovered during this phase of the building process. Have these defects repaired prior to closing up the walls.
This phase consists of a full home inspection checking the Electrical, Plumbing, HVAC, and other components to the home. The inspector is inspecting for active defects as well as issues that may bring expensive repairs in the near future. RPI will make sure you're moving into a defect free home prior to closing.
Contractors normally offer a one-year warranty to home buyers when closing on the property. Defects can arise within a year as the home has had time to settle and fixtures have been used over the year. If defects are not brought to the contractor's attention within this phase, the homeowner is then stuck with the financial burdens.
Driveways, walkways, porches,
and patio conditions.
Grading and foundation conditions.
Walls, doors, exterior cladding, and faucets.
Garage, slab conditions, overhead door, outlets, and windows.
Electrical service, main panels, sub panels, wiring condition, & GFCI outlet conditions.
All cooling systems including A/C, ductwork,
and air handler systems.
Heating systems, distribution systems, thermostat, and air filters.
Main line conditions, supply line conditions, drain, waste, vent stacks, and water heaters.
Roof conditions, flashing conditions,
and attic conditions.
Doors, windows, walls, floors, ceilings, smoke detectors, and laundry conditions.
Appliances, electrical & plumbing fixtures, counters, and cabinets.
Sinks, toilets, bathtubs, showers, and ventilation.