New Home or 1 Year Warranty Inspection
People buying new homes will often consider skipping inspections, because they hold the belief that, if it’s new it must be in perfect condition. There is some element of truth to this, but I have never inspected a home that did not have a few items to report on. Almost without exception, the value of the finds exceeds the cost of the inspection. While you still have some recourse with your builder or if you are already in the home and want a performance assessment before your one-year warranty is up, it makes sense to have an inspection on your new home and have every component tested and confirmed to be in working order.