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11 Month Warranty Inspection

11-Month Home Warranty Inspection

When you buy a new home, the builder gives you a warranty. Repairs and defects uncovered during the ’11-month warranty inspection’ period are usually fixed and repaired by the builder.

But in order to take advantage and stack the odds in your favor, you should hire an inspector that specializes in warranty inspections.

A Warranty Inspection is an in-depth evaluation of the interior and exterior of your new home and its major systems. It’s usually done during the 11th month of your occupancy – and before the builder’s warranty expires.

Friendly Home Inspections follow InterNACHI’s comprehensive Standards of Practice for home inspection. Whatever we uncover during the inspection is documented in a report that you can give to the builders to repair.

With the high cost of building a new home, spending money on repairs should not be on you.

It’s not uncommon to find safety hazards and defects that developed during the first months of your occupancy; but getting this warranty inspection ensures nothing is overlooked so you don’t have to pay for it later.

Once the report is completed, you can use this document to request repairs, as well as address any safety concerns. One defect under warranty could easily pay for this inspection.

Some of the issues uncovered during the inspection might be small now, but could cause a more serious and costly problem later. ​ So don’t delay!

Schedule your 11-month warranty inspection now

Don’t’ get stuck with spending more of your hard-earned money on repairs.

How Much Does a Home Inspection Cost?

Home inspection costs vary by property. We'll need to know things like: the home's square footage, number of bedrooms and bathrooms. Does the home have a pool or basement? Is it a home that's older than 50-years? These details allow us to give you an accurate quote based on the property being inspected.

If you'd like to know how much it cost to get a home inspected, call now.