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New Construction Inspection

In many ways, purchasing a newly built home carries with it a greater element of risk than a home that has been lived in for years. Everything is new, therefore, untested. There is no track record to look back on. 

Home construction involves a lot of moving parts, and tradespeople are usually under tremendous time pressure to get the house finished before closing. Shortcuts are taken, things get missed, and without a TrueHome Inspection, it may be years before substandard workmanship is discovered. 

The cost of a Home Inspection is substantially less than out-of-pocket repair costs. We have good working relationships with most local builders, and they generally welcome our input. If your builder tries to dissuade you from hiring a Home Inspector, consider that a red flag, and contact us immediately. We've seen it all, and we are happy to walk you through the process.

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