New Construction & Phase Inspections2019-08-22T11:18:43+00:00

New Construction & Phase Inspections

NEW CONSTRUCTION INSPECTION PACKAGES:

GreenWorks offers various inspection packages to fit your home-buying needs: Existing Homes and New Construction Homes.

For pricing & scheduling, please visit our online scheduler or feel free to contact our office at 855-349-6757.

$550

PHASE PACKAGE #1

OVER $650 VALUE

Phase 2: Pre-Drywall Inspection

Phase 3: Final Inspection

$650

PHASE PACKAGE #2

OVER $800 VALUE

Phase 3: Final Inspection

11-Month Home Warranty Inspection

$700

PHASE PACKAGE #3

OVER $850 VALUE

Phase 1: Pre-Pour Inspection

Phase 2: Pre-Drywall Inspection

Phase 3: Final Inspection

$850

PHASE PACKAGE #4

OVER $1,050 VALUE

Phase 1: Pre-Pour Inspection

Phase 2: Pre-Drywall Inspection

Phase 3: Final Inspection

Phase 3: Repair Verification

$1000

PHASE PACKAGE #5

OVER $1,250 VALUE

Phase 1: Pre-Pour Inspection

Phase 2: Pre-Drywall Inspection

Phase 3: Final Inspection

11-Month Home Warranty Inspection

$1400

PHASE PACKAGE #6

OVER $1,700 VALUE

Phase 1: Pre-Pour Inspection

Phase 1: Repair Verification

Phase 2: Pre-Drywall Inspection

Phase 2: Repair Verification

Phase 3: Final Inspection

Phase 3: Repair Verification

11-Month Home Warranty Inspection

A new home inspection, also known as a construction or phase inspection, is an invaluable service for anyone who is looking to have a reliable third-party opinion regarding the quality and installation practices being utilized on their new home during the building process. The new home construction process can be an unexpectedly overwhelming process for anyone. Having a professional home inspector to help guide you through the home building process will absolutely bring value to your future purchase.

There are opportunities available during the building cycle that are recommended to have your third-party inspector evaluate and report on the workmanship and construction of your new home. The standard 3 phase inspection process is utilized to ensure that major construction defects within your home are not covered up. These inspections will give you peace of mind knowing that your new home is being constructed in accordance with the International Residential Code (IRC) and in total compliance with all of the state-mandated regulations.

PHASE 1:

FOUNDATION PRE-POUR INSPECTION

Foundation pre-pour Inspections are performed within 24-48 hours before the concrete is poured for the foundation. The inspector will check the vapor barriers, the form boards, rebar, rebar elevators and any penetrations for proper barriers. The inspector will also check for foreign objects anywhere the concrete will go that could leave a void after deterioration. Finished grade around the foundation is also checked to verify adequate site drainage.

Once the concrete is poured, the opportunity to have your Phase 1 inspection is gone.

The best time for the pre-pour inspection is typically two days prior to the actual pour day. This will help ensure that the foundation is ready to inspect, as well as give the builder sufficient enough time to make any and all needed corrections or postpone the pour day.

PHASE 2:

FOUNDATION PRE-POUR INSPECTION

Foundation pre-pour Inspections are performed within 24-48 hours before the concrete is poured for the foundation. The inspector will check the vapor barriers, the form boards, rebar, rebar elevators and any penetrations for proper barriers. The inspector will also check for foreign objects anywhere the concrete will go that could leave a void after deterioration. Finished grade around the foundation is also checked to verify adequate site drainage.

Schedule this inspection before the sheetrock goes up!

PHASE 3:

FINAL / PRE-CLOSING INSPECTION

The final inspection occurs a few days before your scheduled walk-through with your builder. Also known as the comprehensive new home inspection, the final inspection satisfies the Standard of Practice as delineated by the Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC). Your final inspection will focus on structural, operational, mechanical, plumbing, and safety issues. At this inspection, the inspector will operate all appliances and fixtures, check all outlets and lights, run the heating and air, ensure proper sealant in all necessary areas, check windows and doors for proper operation, and complete all other aspects of a general home inspection. He will walk the roof if it is safe to do so, and run the sprinklers, if able.

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