Why do I Need a Property Inspection if I’m Buying a Brand-New Home or Commercial Property?


It is beneficial to have numerous inspections throughout the build process to prevent unsafe foundations, incorrect rough framing, faulty electrical, HVAC, and plumbing, and improper dry wall and insulation installation, for example. While new homes may have an initial inspection by the county, the systems in new, unoccupied homes require more thorough testing because those systems have not run on a continuous or consistent basis. It is also important to have a final inspection to ensure your home is safe and up to standards.