Why would a new built home need to be inspected by a disinterested third party?
Donâ€™t assume your builder â€” or the contractors â€” did everything right just because the home passed code. An inspector is your last line of defense against major defects that could quite literally sink your financial future.
Code inspections are in place to verify that a home was built to the bare minimum standards. And how can you be sure that that code inspector was thorough in the inspection process?
Iâ€™ve heard the saying that code inspectors are overworked and under paid.
Did you know that in many jurisdictions, there is no requirement to inspect the roof to any degree?
I hear that saying all the time,â€ť well I will have that one year warranty with my homeâ€ť. But how would that protect you from a potentially dangerous issue since it would take finding it the hard way possibly. Or at the cost of your belongings and valuables after they are moved in.
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