Also known as pre-drywall inspections, these are so named because of when they are done. They occur after the foundation, walls and roof are installed as well as after the basic components in the home’s plumbing, electrical and HVAC systems are in place. Since these inspections are done just before the drywall installation phase, they can only be done on homes that are being newly constructed. The drywall will be concealing many of these aforementioned parts and systems after it’s in place thus the alternate name of pre-concealment inspection.
During one of these inspections, the inspector will have visible access to parts and systems of the home that might be totally inaccessible in a completed house. This represents an excellent opportunity for you to have an independent inspector check the basic structure and systems of your new home before it’s finished. It’s true that nearly any locality will also have a city or county inspector, but they’re more specifically only looking at matters related to building codes and nothing else. An inspector you hire will be interested in a wider array of elements in the house and will likely spend more time on the construction site checking the home out.
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If you live in Southeastern Pennsylvania, Southern New Jersey or Delaware, you’ll want one of our professional inspectors to handle this type of inspection for you. We’ve been performing inspections for 25 years and accumulated the knowledge and experience that you want on your side when checking a property you are building or planning on buying. Our inspector will check things such as the foundation, flooring, walls, roof, plumbing and electrical systems as well as your HVAC system. This is, of course, the tip of the iceberg in terms of all that we check during one of these inspections.
At Inspection Professionals, we have completed over 8,000 home inspections of various types over our couple of decades in business. All of our inspectors are highly trained and are members of the American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI). Whether it’s a house you’re having built for yourself or a number of houses for renting or a building for business, we are your professional source for both general inspections as well as pre-drywall inspections on new construction. If you’re building a home, don’t miss this opportunity to make sure everything is up to specifications and meeting with your needs before all of these systems are covered by drywall.
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We have 25 years of experience in the inspection industry and have done thousands of inspections. Our inspectors are certified and insured to do a variety of types of inspections in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware.
We’re sure they do, but when it’s your new house or building on the line, wouldn’t you want an independent estimate of whether the work is being done correctly. This third-party inspector won’t be compromised by any considerations about keeping the builder’s costs down or meeting construction deadlines.
With all of our inspections, we provide a comprehensive report of what structural elements or systems of a home we checked and what condition we found each of them to be in. They are always concise and accurate, so you’ll have an excellent idea of the condition of your home.
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When you are building a house or many homes, you can’t risk leaving everything to chance that it will all turn out right. City or county inspectors are only looking out for certain legal code violation matters whereas our inspector will be protecting your interests by delving deep into the home you want us to inspect, so you won’t end up regretting your newly built housing. Please contact us at your earliest convenience, and we’ll set up an appointment for you.