New Construction Final Inspection

New Construction Final Inspection 

 

There are three inspection phases when building a New Construction Home.

1)  New Construction Foundation Inspection 

2)  New Construction Pre-Drywall Inspection

3)  New Construction Final Inspection

The third and final phase of the new construction process is conducted when the home is substantially complete, generally around the time the builder is prepared to do a final walk-through with the home buyer.

The purpose of the final inspection is to ensure the major systems and components in the home are installed in accordance with common model building standards & that there are no observable major defects present prior to your purchasing the home from the builder. The final inspection is vital & highly recommended.

The final home inspection should be scheduled a few days before your scheduled walk-through with your builder.  This inspection incorporates all the major systems in the home and is the most time consuming of the 3 phases.  

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