If you let the new home warranty expire on your home without having a home warranty inspection performed prior to the date, you could be throwing your hard earned money away.
As the first-year anniversary of your new home approaches, your home builder warranty will soon expire. if you do not address problems wit your new house typically within one year of your closing date, your builder will no longer be responsible for problems. So who fixes the problems after the warranty expires? You do…
So how can we help? We perform a comprehensive warranty inspection during your 11th month of ownership. As an impartial, third party home inspection company, we do not perform repair work and therefore have no vested interest in discovering or concealing problems. After the warranty inspection you simply provide our written inspection report to your builder complete with color photos and an easy to understand narrative report pointing out the problem we identified. The builder then is obligated to correct and deficiencies found. Can you see how a warranty inspection can save you thousands of dollars in out-of-pocket costs?
Potential problem areas that are evaluated in the home warranty inspection include the following:
• Sidewalks, Patios and Driveways
• Electrical Systems
• Windows and Doors
• Exterior and Siding
• Basements and Crawl Spaces
• Heating/Ventilation/Air Conditioning
Our new home warranty inspections usually take from 2 to 3 hours to adequately inspection the property. We strongly suggest that the homeowner attend the inspection so they can see firsthand the current condition of the hoe and ask any questions during the walk-through.
Remember to schedule a home inspection appointment during your 11th month of your new home ownership for a new home warranty inspection.