New homes can be jacked up too!

“New car smell” is divine, but nothing quite like the smell — and look — of a newly-built home. Pristine carpets, unblemished walls, the smell of freshly-cut lumber lingering in the air — it’s hard to beat the excitement of taking ownership of a brand-new property.

Everything looks great, and you have been involved in the construction process every step of the way. Why would you need a home inspection?

Lewis
Lewis, my ballin’ home inspector!

Home inspectors are trained to spot problem areas, and identify issues that could cost you time and money down the line. Building a home is a massive undertaking, much like fitting together a big jigsaw puzzle. It involves many different trades, from plumbers and roofers to HVAC technicians and concrete masons. When should the inspection take place? Your home inspector may want to take a look at specific times during construction and when the home is completed.

A comprehensive home inspection is always a good idea, whether your house is the NKOTB (anyone?) or a centuries-old pillar of the neighborhood.

 

 

 

Barrett Raven
barrettraven@gmail.com
512.970.2648

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