Constructing a new house is a complex task that involves several sub-contractors, each handling different parts or components of the house. Often, builders sub-contract parts of the project to other builders that charge lower fees.  Even  the best builders  cannot handle the process of building a new house  all alone without missing out  some things

With a home inspection undertaken by a professional inspector, all the things missed out can be identified and put in place before signing off and moving in.

Inspection of Foundation/Pre Pour

(before pouring in concrete slab )

  • Perimeter Forms (steel/wood)
  • Steel Reinforcement
  • Plumbing components that can be seen
  • Moisture Barrier
  • Drainage/Site Preparation

Mechanical/Pre Dry Wall  Inspection

(before the installations of dry walls )

  • The framing of the Foundation
  • Structure
  • Electrical – main
  • Plumbing – main
  • Mechanical (Air & Heat )
  • Drainage/Site condition
  • Visible Steel Reinforcement
  • Weatherproofing/Moisture barriers
  • Exterior (sidings)
  • Roofing
  • Attic
  • Windows and window flashing

Final Inspection

(before the  builder  takes you  round the project)

  • 80 items with 400 points (same for both buyer’s  and seller’s home inspections)