Pre-Drywall & Framing Inspections for New Construction
We make sure you get the quality of construction you deserve
HAVING A HOME BUILT?
New construction definitely comes with some extra peace of mind.
You get that fresh clean smell, and a “bumper to bumper” warranty in case anything comes up.
However, do you know why problems come up? We do.
WHY THINGS GO WRONG
The superintendents and city inspectors aren’t limited by their knowledge, they absolutely know their stuff. They are only limited by their TIME.
We don’t have that issue. When we inspect new construction, we are able to take our time and make sure we hit all the checkpoints.
WHAT GOES WRONG
Having an inspection performed BEFORE the drywall goes up ensures the details aren’t overlooked. We see it all–
Damaged lumber &
Holes in the slab
Unprotected wires and piping
Poorly installed ductwork
HOW DO WE KNOW WHAT’S WRONG?
We didn’t sign up for a one day class to learn how to inspect new construction. Our owner loves new construction. He started framing homes right out of high school, and once he started Inspecting homes, he obtained a Certificate in Building Safety & Technology. That means he took classes focused on:
We took that bank of knowledge and applied it to our service, which includes a customized report that your builder will be able to understand and put into action to make sure you get what you paid for in your new home.
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HOW TO WORK WITH US
Call our office with any questions
Have us make sure the home is ready
We Go Above and Beyond For You
The State Standards of Practice for Home Inspectors, which ALL Arizona home inspectors are required to adhere to, are full of limitations that some inspectors use to get away with doing as little as possible.
For example, inspectors are not required to enter an attic, go up on a roof, or check every outlet and window in a room, even it is completely accessible! Every time a shortcut is taken, you learn LESS about your home and get exposed to potential costs you should’ve known about.
At ProInspect, we use the State Standards of Practice as a Starting Point for our inspections, not as the finish line, ensuring we maximize the amount of information you receive. Our goal is to arm you with all the knowledge you need to make a confident and informed decision about your home or commercial building purchase.