Just because it’s “New” doesn’t mean it’s done right.
When your heart, soul and financial future are tied into a brand new home, you want it to be built right and last for generations to come. Most homeowners expect impeccable craftsmanship, attention to detail, and a flawless living space in their brand new properties. However, even the most experienced builders and contractors can inadvertently make mistakes, or omit important steps when constructing new homes. By identifying these pitfalls (generally found during the series of home inspections) homebuyers, homeowners, and even builders themselves can become more aware and proactive in ensuring the quality and longevity of newly built homes. Here are 5 common Mistakes that are regularly found by Inspector Jo during the inspection phases of newly constructed homes.