In-Progress Home Inspections
Protect your new home as it’s built
Our experienced inspectors can ensure that work on your new home meets plans, specifications and the construction schedule. It’s the best way to make sure your expectations are met the first time you step into your completed new home.
During construction is the time to discover problems, before walls are closed and issues are still visible. Even the most reputable contractor can overlook small details. A new home built to code only means that it is built to the basic minimum requirements, and jurisdictional inspectors are not concerned with workmanship as long as those requirements are met.
We will act as your advocate to identify defects in the construction process that can be corrected before completion and transfer of title. Our home inspectors will spend the time necessary to evaluate every readily accessible section of the home they can safely reach. They will prepare an inspection report that can be your “fix-it” list to review with the builder/developer.
Our inspectors will review your home during multiple stages of the construction process, including:
- Foundation form work before concrete placement
- After installation of support posts, beams and floor joists
- After installation of all rough framing, rough electrical wiring, heating/cooling duct work and the building’s sanitary pipe drainage and potable water supply systems
- Exterior siding(s), including roof coverings
- Final walk-through inspection, checking all visually accessible systems and components such as:
- Electrical and plumbing systems
- Safety items such as smoke detectors, stairs, handrails and guard railings
- Compliance with emergency-egress requirements
- Proper installation of safety/tempered glazing within hazardous areas
Discover the Champia difference for yourself.