A Pre-Listing or Pre-Purchase Inspection is a visual examination of the readily-accessible areas of a home to provide an accurate evaluation of the home’s condition.
A home warranty inspection helps you identify and document defects in your home before the builder’s home warranty expires. Even if an elite builder built your home, and you had the pre-drywall inspection, the home may have undergone stresses, seasonal changes, and likely some level of settlement that could reveal additional defects.
Construction processes and contracts are often complex. A comprehensive project management approach will provide you with the schedules to monitor construction activities, owner-centric cost reports to compare actual costs to estimates, analyses to resolve change order situations early, and a review of construction documents to identify inconsistencies and eliminate ambiguities that contribute to complexities.