Local Home Inspector for New Construction Building
If you have lived in a city for a long long time, you will know more about it than someone who has spent just a short amount of time in that city. Similarly, a local home inspector would be able to deliver a better and more efficient evaluation of the property. With this perception, Simplispect has gathered an excellent team of home inspectors. Our local inspectors are well-trained and certified by InterNACHI – International Association of Certified Home Inspectors. Our home inspectors excel at all sorts of home inspections including new construction home inspections. They will deliver quality home inspections and an unbiased evaluation of your newly constructed building. We assure you that our local home inspectors will deliver the inspection which exceeds your expectations.
Certified & Trusted Home Inspector for New Construction
Home inspections are the non-invasive and non-destructive evaluations of a property to determine the quality of the construction. At Simplispect, we offer all sorts of home inspection services including new construction home inspection in Orlando. We have a team of local inspectors who are well experienced and highly skilled. Our inspectors are certified members of the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors. Whatever your home inspection needs are, we assure you that we can take care of them.
If you hire Simplispect home inspectors for your new construction home inspection, we recommend that you hire us during the building process. Inspecting a property while the construction is ongoing makes it easy for us to identify any issues with the new construction.
At Simplispect, we are not here to build a fortune. We charge only the most reasonable prices. Our primary focus is always to forge long-lasting connections with our clients while exceeding their expectations.
Why should you have a home inspection on new construction?
Having a home inspection during the new construction is a beneficial step as you can identify the issues quite early and get the builder to fix them. Once the construction is old, you may not be able to avail yourself of the builder’s warranty.
What should I look for when inspecting a brand new house?
During an inspection of a brand new house, you should look for cracks and crevices in the plaster, placement of shingles on the roof, electrical and plumbing system, and the HVAC component.