Category: Issues Found by Our Inspectors

Leaking water in ceiling of New Home

More “Your house is ready to move in” new homes. Just because your home is new does not mean it will not have issues. Take ADVANTAGE of your warranty and make the builder fix the problems they caused.

Weathered shingles

You may want to consider getting some new shingles installed if they look like this.

Thermal Imaging

Not sure what you’re seeing? Everything looked great after renovations were done but the shower tub would leak. Damage was invisible to the naked eye but with Thermal Imaging it was caught very quickly.

Poor Workmanship

Shingles can be installed wrong on homes that are 100 years or 1 day old. This all depends on the workmanship of the roofing company and proper installation procedure.

Look out below!

There’s a big issue when a chimney is deteriorating this quickly. Such problems can cause serious safety issues inside the house and out!

Major safety concern

We always recommend window well covers to shed as much water away from your house as possible. HOWEVER make sure the exhaust pipe from your water heater and furnace are not being trapped inside and potentially leaking inside the home.

Cracks in your foundation

Cracks in your foundation could mean serious structural issues, they could also be nothing to worry about. During our inspection of your home we will evaluate any cracks to determine whether they are potentially major issues that need to addressed immediately.

New Home Fail

This issue was found on a brand new house that had passed all of the regular city and internal inspections. Just because your home is new does not mean it is perfect. You want to make sure to get a home inspector to inspect your home while it is still under warranty.

New Home Fail

Yes your new house is ready for you to move in! When buying a new home in most situations you pay for a warranty. You have to submit 3 different reports to indicate all major and minor deficiencies that need to be resolved or else they will never be fixed. A home inspector can take… Read more »