New Construction Inspections

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You wouldn’t be the first person to feel overwhelmed by “building a home”. It’s a complicated process that’s equally exciting as it is nerve-racking. With multiple parties working together to achieve your end goal, a new construction inspection can easily slip your mind.

But if it’s new, why have it inspected?


You don’t buy a new car that hasn’t passed strict quality control checks, do you? So shouldn’t your home meet the same requirements?


During a new construction inspection, roofing, insulation, electrical work, and flooring should all meet code standards and laws. Hire a trained professional to oversee the construction process. Even though most builders are quality-oriented, mistakes happen. With so many steps and people involved in the complicated process of building a home, you want to be sure your home is in good hands and will provide lasting value.


At BPG Inspections, our inspectors are specifically trained in new building methods and evaluating specific phases of the construction process. Our inspectors help both the homebuyer and builder keep issues in the proper perspective. They ensure your property meets code standards, manufacturer recommendations, and installation requirements.


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