New Construction Inspector in Roseville, CA
Building a new home is one of the most important decisions you’ll ever make. And there are a lot of decisions to make, along with following up on the work the contractors are doing on the property.
Before committing to any multi-thousand dollars investment, you should always understand what you are getting into. A new construction inspection allows you to find critical information following key phases in the construction process. Things that are easy to correct early on, can be very costly if they go unnoticed until later in the process. What may seem like the perfect future home, might become a money pit nightmare in the long run.
Do not sign on the dotted line until you are sure your investment is checked and corrected at every major step. The professional new construction inspectors at Nighthawk Home Inspections, LLC can provide you with the assurances you need as the builder constructs your new home. It is crucial to check the building at key phases in the project before they become more expensive issues to fix later on.
Experience and Professionalism
At Nighthawk Home Inspections, LLC, we know how important the results of your new construction inspections are. That’s why we leave no stone unturned when verifying the safety, integrity, and quality of a property at each major phase of construction. Our expert new construction inspectors provide accurate, detailed, and easy-to-understand reports designed to provide you with the answers and information you need to make solid, informed decisions about your real estate transaction. And when you work with us, you can expect a smooth, hassle-free inspection and honest, professional service.
Don’t trust your new construction inspection to just anyone. Get the answers and assurance you need at every phase with Nighthawk Home Inspections, LLC. Call today to schedule your appointment.
Up to Three Phase Inspections
1. The first phase would be the “foundation” inspection. A foundation inspection is an inspection of the footings, foundations and concrete floors. This should be scheduled to occur after these items have been poured, but before backfill (where dirt is pushed back into place) has taken place.
2. The second phase would be the “pre-drywall” inspection or otherwise known as the “Rough-In” inspection. A pre-drywall inspection covers the items that are normally inaccessible due to drywall. The inspector will examine and report on electrical, plumbing, framing and heating runs that will not be visible once the drywall is in place. This should be scheduled to occur immediately after all mechanicals have been installed and prior to the drywall installation.
3. The third phase would be the “final” inspection. The final inspection is the full mechanical and structural inspection. This should be performed prior to closing.