Does A Newly Built Home Require An Inspection?

There’s nothing like moving into a brand new house and christening it as the very first occupants to reside within its walls. You would like to think everything is close to perfect, but that is, unfortunately, not always the case. Evolve Property Inspections recommends an 11-month warranty inspection to protect your investment because it’s pretty common to find flaws within that first year. At month 11 of your home ownership, we will come and do a complete home inspection before your builder warranty expires. 

11-Month Warranty Inspection

What Can Go Wrong in the First 11 Months?

After you have lived in your new home for 11 months, you will certainly have compiled a list of annoying flaws that you want to have repaired. You need to have those fixed by the builder before your one-year new home warranty expires, and you have to pay for everything. You shouldn’t have to pay to fix components you’ve only just paid to have installed in the first place. During these inspections, we’ve found mold in the AC ducts, loose toilets, nails popping, and hairline cracks in walls, foundations, and flooring.

What’s Included in the 11-Month Warranty Inspection?

An 11-month warranty inspection is a limited, non-invasive examination of the condition of your home. It’s very similar to a general home inspection as we assess both interior and exterior elements. We will check the HVAC system, plumbing, electrical, roof, attic, foundation, structural components, functional appliances, driveway, walkway, siding, grading, gutters, framing, and much more.

Schedule Your Inspection Before the Warranty Ends

With Evolve Property Inspections you get a certified master inspector who is rated as one of the top 17 best home inspectors in Miami-Dade County by for three years. We can provide Level II infrared thermography inspections, commercial inspections, various environmental inspections, and more. Contact us today at (305) 506-8969 to request a quote or schedule your inspection now. We serve homeowners in Miami-Dade County and the surrounding areas of Kendall, Pinecrest, and Coral Gables.