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Why Use a New Construction Inspector?

If you're preparing a brand-new commercial construction project, working with a building and construction inspector to check the structure's development throughout can save you time, money, and stress.

Having brand new office complexes, stockrooms, apartments or condos, residential homes, shopping centers, or any other structure constructed from the ground up according to your very own requirements usually sounds like the most convenient way to avoid substantial (and also expensive) repairs in the future, yet prior to you begin talking with engineers and contractors, you need to understand that brand-new construction is tormented by the same mistakes and issues as any type of structure.


“New” Doesn’t Mean “Perfect”

We see it regularly governmental building inspectors have strained with a lot of inspections, service providers rush work in order to earn a profit, and sub-contractors have been oppressed to the most affordable costs. Regrettably, this implies that high-quality endures, systems aren't up to code, and craftsmanship is substandard.

Simply put, even if a building is new does not mean that it remains in perfect condition and that you will not experience any extra (and expensive) concerns with your new building.

Construction tasks-- particularly commercial buildings-involve cautious coordination of multiple complicated systems. It's not a concern of whether something will go wrong, however, when. For example, a construction inspector lately inspected a recently constructed building that had actually passed city/county inspection and was prepared to open its doors ... or so they believed.


When it pertains to construction, there's no such point as "ideal". Also, a new building will constantly have imperfections-- whether significant or minor-- that can be enhanced. Yet without a construction inspector, exactly how would you understand what those imperfections are?

If you're building a business storefront, warehouse, dining establishment, or another job, don't depend only on the building contractor's word, website, or credibility. Get a Maxwell Construction inspection and take the uncertainty out of your next project.

The Author Kevin Maxwell is the owner and operator of Maxwell Home Inspection Services, LLC. Kevin Maxwell is a certified Home Inspector in Albany, NY, who has performed over 6000 Inspections.

Phone: 1-800-598-4754


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