A home inspection right before the builder’s warranty expires is known as an “11-month warranty inspection.” This inspection is necessary in order to determine any faults in the house that might have appeared throughout the ownership process or went previously undetected. Before your builder’s warranty expires in the eleventh month, CM Home Inspection can assist you and do a thorough home inspection.
Our non-invasive home inspection is based on observations of the structure’s visible and apparent interior and exterior conditions, as well as the functionality of its main systems and components.
After a home inspector has inspected the property, the homeowner can provide the builder with their report to request repairs covered by the home warranty. Call us or send us an email if you need help with your warranty inspection.
The builder’s warranty on a new home often expires earlier than anticipated because of how quickly time passes. But remember to put a reminder in your calendar for your 11-month warranty home inspection and book an appointment with a home inspector from CM Home Inspection well in advance of your warranty’s expiration date.
Common errors found in an 11-month home inspection include the following sections:
You can protect your investment with an 11-month warranty inspection.
A skilled home inspector will be able to recognize typical flaws that occur in new construction and warn you of major problems.
A home inspector will focus on aspects that the normal person may easily overlook because they know precisely what to look for. You might not detect a minor leak near a window until rot and mold develop into a severe issue later. In this case, your warranty will likely have expired and you will have to pay for the repairs out of your pocket.
Making a prompt, thorough warranty claim will be significantly easier with an 11-month warranty home inspection report.