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Builder Home Warranty Inspection

Now that your new construction home is turning one, it is time to consider the builder warranty inspection.  There are a lot of issues that can go unnoticed when purchasing a new home if they are left for too long. The best way to avoid having to deal with any costly repairs in the future is to ensure that problems are rectified when identified during an inspection. Our trained inspectors can help you pinpoint areas of concern and report it back to you, so that you may begin the process of requesting repairs to the builder in order to protect your investment in your new property in the years to come.

Contact Nathan with Code Blue Home Inspections to have your one year builder warranty inspection completed. Be sure to mention that you are needing a builder warranty inspection when you call, text, or in an email.  We are looking forward to helping you along with this process.  After the completion of the inspection Nathan will sit down with you and go over any issues that were visibly observed and he will also discuss maintenance items that you as the homeowner need to monitor as part of a regular home maintenance schedule.

Structural Systems:

  • Foundation, Drainage Around Foundation

  • Roof Covering, Roof Structure

  • Interior & Exterior Surfaces (brick veneer, wood veneer, interior sheetrock and wall covering)

  • Ceilings & Floors

  • Interior & Exterior Doors

  • Windows (screens, thermal pane leaks, locks and window operation)

  • Fireplaces & Chimneys

Electrical Systems:

  • Service Entrance Wires, Distribution Wires

  • Panel Boxes, Sub-panel Boxes

  • Breakers & Fuses

  • Receptacles (outlets), Switches & Fixtures

Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning:

  • Gas or Electric Heating Equipment

  • Air Conditioning (indoor & outdoor units)

  • Ductwork, plenums & registers

Plumbing System:

  • Exterior Water Hose Faucets

  • Interior Faucets & Fixtures (commodes, tubs & showers)

  • Laundry Connections

  • Drains, Waste & Vents

  • Water Heaters (gas or electric)


  • Dishwashers, Disposals,

  • Range Hoods, Range, Cooktops, Ovens

  • Microwaves, Trash Compactors

  • Bathroom Exhaust Fans & Heaters

  • Garage Door Openers, Door Bells, Dryer Vents

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