PRE-WARRANTY EXPIRATION INSPECTIONS, BRADFORD, ON
As a new home owner you may be under the misconception that nothing bad can happen because your house is brand new. The fact is that things can still go wrong. In some cases, some of these may have been more obvious at the time of purchase, while others may have been hidden for a long time. When it comes to protecting yourself and your investment, you need to pay close attention to your whole building and roofing.
It is never good to wait until the last minute to get your home inspected before the warranty you have expires from when you first purchased it almost a year ago. Often times our inspectors, by doing a full visual inspection as well as a more in-depth analysis, will be able to catch issues that are still under your warranty. These issues can range from deep structural cracks to water penetration, roof, attic examination, exterior walls, windows, and doors. Give our team a call today and book your Pre-Warranty Expiration Inspection before it is too late!
One of the things to watch out for when purchasing a home is whether or not the roofing system is in good condition. The best way to avoid this as well as other parts of your home that are under warranty is to have one of our expert home inspectors to check it out as soon as possible. You want to give yourself enough time before your warranty expires to inform the builder and have them perform the necessary repairs before the issues get worse.
The roofing system is only part of the picture, however. If you are not careful you could be putting yourself and your family at risk if something were to happen.
Our home inspector will also be able to check all structural elements such as doors, windows, and plumbing such as pipes, electrical wiring, etc., before the warranty expires. Bradford Home Inspections will make sure that your house is safe and that it is structurally sound, giving you peace of mind so you don’t have to worry about losing everything you’ve worked so hard for.
If your house was built to meet codes but the warranty expired, you may have to repair or renovate the parts of your home that were not built according to code. You may also have to hire a professional to remodel your entire house. This is an expensive project and one that many homeowners are not willing to undertake themselves.