1 Year Warranty Inspections
Most builders provide a one year warranty for new construction. Generally during this period of time the buyer develops a “punch list” of corrections for the builder to repair under the warranty coverage. There may also be hidden defects that most homeowners won’t have the technical training to find.
The one year warranty expiration marks your final opportunity to identify, document, and inform your builder of items that need repair or adjustment. The list of repairs should be professionally documented (written report with digital photos) before you sign off with your builder and they’re relieved of their contractionary responsibilities regarding the one year warranty.
A one year builder warranty inspection will give you the knowledge you need to make sure your new home is of the quality you expect. It’s an investment in protecting the investment you’ve already made in your new home.
Your new home should be built to three standards; the Pennsylvania Uniform Construction Code (UCC), manufacture specifications when applicable, and current workmanship and industry standards.
Your inspector should be trained and qualified to recognize discrepancies between the homes construction and the current building code, manufacture specifications, and current workmanship and industry standards.
Our inspector all have a back ground in residential construction, training in the building codes and are knowledgeable in current workmanship and industry standards.
PEACH Inspection provides 1 year Warranty inspections in Chester county, Montgomery county, Delaware County, Berks County, Lancaster County, and Bucks county