New Home Info

Why inspect a new home?

WPI asks the question to those individuals who are buying a new build home.

Do you think that home builders build a flaw free home?

You may say that the house has passed all the municipal (building code) inspections.  You also may be informed by the builder that the house has passed all building code inspection.  But there may still be serious flaws that slipped past or were not noticed during the numerous building code inspections.  On the average the new home has from 5 to 15 or perhaps even more building defects that were not caught in the building process.  And a new build home inspection will pay for itself once those defects are found and the builder corrects the problems.

Why a WPI Inspection?

The purchase of a new home may be the largest single investment you will ever make. You should know exactly what to expect, inside and out in terms of repair and maintenance before you buy. As a prospective buyer, you can feel confident making an informed decision, thanks to a thorough and reliable WPI inspection.

The truth is, without a thorough home inspection, you as the buyer can never really know what defects may exist in that new home.  Our professional home inspection can help you negotiate the best price for your new home and notify you of things that may need costly repair or further investigation.  Through our expert home inspection, you can also uncover any hidden safety issues.

After your WPI inspection, you will have a much clearer understanding of what it is you are about to purchase, so that you can catch those defects prior to close of escrow and your final walk through.  It will also give the builders time to make those corrections prior to you moving.  And our inspection does more than just help with the decision to purchase a home, it allows you to understand the maintenance needed to keep the home in good condition and protect your investment.

At Wilson Property Inspection we inspect every home as though our family was living in it.

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