Builder's Warranty Inspection

Builder's Warranty Inspection

Avoid Costly Repairs with a Builder's Warranty Inspection

Building a new home is an exciting undertaking, but it can also be more expensive than anticipated when unforeseen repairs arise. Luckily, protecting your investment becomes significantly easier with a Builder’s Warranty inspection from GPI.

Just because your home isn’t yet a year old doesn’t mean it’s free of underlying issues that may not be immediate to you. Reporting these issues to your builder before your warranty expires will allow your builder to make repairs at little to no cost to you.

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Your expert Global Property Inspections inspector is trained to identify any issues that may have been overlooked at your closing inspection. GPI will evaluate your home from top to bottom to look for symptoms that might point to larger problems with its structure or major systems. Listed to the right are some common problem areas for new homes.

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To request a quote, please fill out the information fields below.  Because each property is different, we will call to discuss your inspection further, understand your needs and determine costs. When we call, we will need to know the square footage of the home or business you are purchasing or selling and the number of HVAC units. Having your property inspected makes great sense and will provide you with peace of mind in your purchasing decisions.

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Even in a new home, there could be problems virtually anywhere — many that only a trained professional would recognize. Some of the most common defects are found in the following areas:

– Paint and caulking
– Doors and windows
– Heating and air conditioning
– Plumbing
– Floors, walls and ceilings
– Electrical
– Roofing
– Appliances
– Driveway
– Foundation
– Sewer system
– Landscaping

1 According to a National Association of Home Builders (NAHE) survey.