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Make the most of your warranty

One of the most exciting things you can do in your life is to build a brand new home. You spent months working on the layout and design, picking colors, and picking out all the unique items and features that make your home truly yours. Most builders will offer a one-year warranty on their construction, and scheduling a warranty inspection can help protect your investment.

By ordering an inspection prior to the expiration of your warranty, you’ll have ample time to file a claim with the builder before your warranty expires if any defects or deficiencies are observed.

What is Covered in a 11-Month Warranty Inspection?

  • Examine for any problems or safety concerns since occupancy.
  • Inspect the roof and attic for abnormal wear and tear.
  • Conduct a thorough inspection of the foundation and assess if there are any cracks or settling.
  • Inspect all mechanical components of the home to include: the heating and cooling system, water heater, plumbing, and electrical system.
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We do home and sewer inspections, foundation certificates, and more for homes up and down the Puget Sound. Each pin on the map is a home that we have serviced. If your home is near one of these pins, we can probably serve you, too!

Make the most of your warranty

One of the most exciting things you can do in your life is to build a brand new home. You spent months working on the layout and design, picking colors, and picking out all the unique items and features that make your home truly yours. Most builders will offer a one-year warranty on their construction, and scheduling a warranty inspection can help protect your investment.

By ordering an inspection prior to the expiration of your warranty, you’ll have ample time to file a claim with the builder before your warranty expires if any defects or deficiencies are observed.

Request this service

What is Covered in a 11-Month Warranty Inspection?

  • Examine for any problems or safety concerns since occupancy.
  • Inspect the roof and attic for abnormal wear and tear.
  • Conduct a thorough inspection of the foundation and assess if there are any cracks or settling.
  • Inspect all mechanical components of the home to include: the heating and cooling system, water heater, plumbing, and electrical system.