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New Construction Home Inspections: With you every step of the way


Which New Construction Inspection is Right for You?

Are you looking for a reliable home inspector near you to make sure your dream home is safe? Look no further.! We offer three types of new construction home inspections.


  1. Pre-drywall to make sure everything is on the right track.

  2. A final or finish-out inspection checks that the home is good to move into.

  3. A 1 YR inspection gives you time to get all the repairs made that the builder is responsible for before the 1 yr warranty runs out.  

Our reports are thorough, photographed, and available on the same day as your inspection. Best of all, the inspection report is organized by what you can and can't take to the seller! 

Interested in more than one inspection? Call now and ask about our bundling options!               

L Stanton

John Kerrigan was EXTREMELY thorough! He went into great detail for our home inspection. He also provided some excellent advice to us since this is the first time we are "building" a home. Kudos to John! We highly recommend John.

Pre-Drywall Inspection

A pre-drywall inspection is a thorough examination of the frame and bones of a house, plus utilities​

This inspection is the best time to catch issues such as truss work, framing, and mechanical concerns. 

This is a great opportunity to see behind the walls of your future home! 

Allow 2 hours as we thoroughly inspect the home

Learn more about pre-drywall inspections here

Sample PreDrywall Inspection Report


"Final" Inspection

The "final" or finish-out inspection let's you make sure the home is ready to move into, before you move in. 

This inspection typically takes place a day or two before your walkthrough with the builder. 


Unlike the county inspection or the builder walkthrough, this inspection is just for you! 

Learn more about finish inspections here

Finish Out Sample Report


1 YR Warranty Inspection

Also known as an 11th month warranty inspection, this is your last chance to catch anything that needs to be repaired while it's still the builder's responsibility to fix it. It's a great opportunity to save money in the short and long term.  

For most home construction contracts you need to file the claims before the first year is out so we like to schedule these in the 11th month of that year.

Learn more about warranty inspections here

11th month sample home inspection report


Unfortunately new doesn't always mean perfect...