Conducting a third party inspection on a home that you are building is a great way to identify issues in the home that should be corrected before you close. Often called a "phase" inspection. 1, 2, or all 3 phases can be inspected.
Many buyers choose to conduct a series of inspections during the new construction process of their home. Individual inspections with written reports would include: foundation, pre-drywall, and final phase.
Buyers find the inspection to be a vital piece of the home purchase process. It provides important details, noted deficiencies, and recommended repairs for the home that may not otherwise be observed or reported.
Often called an 11th month inspection, this service is provided to new home buyers near the end of their first year builder warranty period. It is used to identify any deficiencies that may be covered under the builder's warranty.
I'm Dan Hitt, owner of Hitt Home Inspections. I started our company in 2015 with great customer service and competitive pricing in mind. Buying or building a home can be stressful and I hope to use my experience to make the process easier for you.
A home inspection is a visual examination of the home's structure and installed components, systems, and appliances. It is designed to provide useful information about the performance of those vital areas.