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Pre-Drywall Inspection

One way to ensure that a house is built according to its specifications is by performing a pre-drywall inspection. “Pre-drywall” refers to a phase during the homebuilding process just after the installation of certain elements – such as the doors, windows, foundation, flooring, wall and roof components, plumbing and electrical rough-in – and right before the drywall is hung.

This in-progress or construction-phase inspection is useful because drywall can obscure some aspects of the interior and make identifying or fixing any problems both difficult and expensive, once the new home is completely finished. ​ ​

A pre-drywall inspection can be performed after the insulation is installed, which is convenient because it allows the home inspector to determine whether it was done properly. However, the insulation may conceal some components in much of the same way that drywall does.

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.