Inspectors, Even for New Homes

Looking at buying a new home or new construction? Get a home inspection. There’s a temptation with a new home to think that everything will work because – well it’s new. But that isn’t always the case.

A new home can run into just as many problems as an older home – after all no one has lived in the house to test out the appliances, the windows, the heater and more. Most builder are trustworthy – but they still run into problems and a builder’s warranty eventually expires and coverage is very limited after the first year.

A home inspector can help you diagnose future as well as existing problems.

Submitted by Ron Jensen
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