When you perform a pre-drywall inspection, you’ll know for certain the house is being built according to specifications. “Pre-drywall” refers to a phase during the homebuilding process just after the installation of certain elements.
And this could include elements such as the doors, windows, foundation, flooring, wall and roof components, plumbing and electrical rough-in – and right before the drywall is hung.
As a result, getting a pre-drywall inspection is beneficial because it allows you access to inspect to all aspects of the interior, prior to it being closed off ‘by the drywall’.
Finally, this makes it easy to identify or fix any issues; and it could become more costly to fix if you must tear down the ways to find the problem later.
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. Also, the insulation may conceal some components in much of the same way that drywall does.
Hire us during the early phase of the building process to ensure everything is being done to code.
Friendly Home Inspections is owned and operated by Eddie Friendly. And he’s currently a member of InterNACHI, the world’s largest inspection trade association.
He carries certifications in:
- moisture intrusion
- radon testing
- indoor air quality
- home energy savings
Due to limited availability, contact us now to book an inspection. We’re glad to address questions you might have. Our home inspectors are InterNACHI certified.
While it’s on your mind, call now to book an inspection 404-981-4615