New Construction Inspection in Sarasota County

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New Construction Inspection Sarasota, FL

If you're building a new home or considering purchasing a new build, we recommend getting a new construction inspection in Sarasota before anything is finalized.

Many homeowners will wave a home inspection for new construction but we're spreading the word that this is a mistake.

Your house will vary in the degree of quality and thoroughness depending on the new home builder. Most construction companies rely solely on subcontractors for the work. While many subcontractors are great at what they do, there can often be a lack of oversight and coordination required for these projects. The aim is typically to build as fast as possible because this is how the home builders make their money back.

All that said, Guld Coast Home Inspections understands the stakes involved in purchasing a new house. So, schedule a new construction home inspection today and don't leave your home purchase to chance. 


You never know who will be working on your new construction home. While most sub contractors are skilled at what they do, some end up cutting corners to get paid.


Most new new construction homes come with a warranty for the first year. If you find issues early on, you can hold the builder accountable for this to provide the necessary fixes.


If your inspection finds any potential repairs before closing on the house, then that's less headaches for when you move in. Plus, that gives the builder time get everything fixed.


A construction inspection also provides you with peace of mind and allows you to relax after you move into the property. No issues present to deal with for the years ahead.
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Understanding the Construction Process

Building a new home happens step by step. First, workers pour the foundation, which holds up the house. Then, they put up the frame, like the house's skeleton. During this time, they also added important systems like plumbing and electricity wiring.

As construction proceeds, more systems are added. The HVAC system controls heating and cooling, making the house comfy. Plumbers install pipes for water, and a water heater is installed to make hot water. Electricians set up the wires so lights and appliances work.

Even though builders try their best, sometimes things might not work perfectly as there are so many workers with different jobs to do throughout the construction process. That's why homeowners can hire a home inspector. The inspector checks everything, like the HVAC, plumbing, and electrical systems. This helps homeowners know if everything is safe and works well in their new home before purchasing.


Three Phases of New Construction Inspections

  1. Pre-Drywall Inspection: When building a new home, there are three important times for inspections. The first one is before the walls are closed up, called the pre-drywall inspection. At this stage, the inspector checks things like the framing, electrical wiring, and plumbing to make sure they're done right before the walls cover them up.
  2. Final Walk-Through Home Inspection: The second inspection happens right before you move in. It's called the final walk-through home inspection. During this inspection, the inspector looks at everything in the house to make sure it's all working properly. They check things like the doors, windows, and appliances and make sure there are no visible issues before you make it your home.
  3. 11th Month Inspection: Lastly, there's the builder's warranty inspection, also known as the 11th-month inspection. This inspection happens around 11 months after you move in. It's a chance to catch any problems that might have come up during your first year in the home. The inspector checks for any issues covered by the builder's warranty so they can be fixed before the warranty expires. These inspections help make sure your new home stays in great shape for years to come.
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Why Choose Our Home Inspectors

Why choose our home inspectors? We pride ourselves on being reliable, knowledgeable, and easy to schedule quickly.

When you choose us, you can count on our team to show up on time and ready to work. Our inspectors have years of experience and extensive training, ensuring that they have the expertise to thoroughly evaluate your new home.

Not only do we conduct comprehensive inspections, but we also take the time to answer all your questions and address any concerns you may have. We understand that buying or building a new home is a significant investment, and we're here to provide you with the information you need to make informed decisions.

You can trust Gulf Coast Home Inspections to deliver reliable and thorough home inspections every time.


We Service All of Sarasota County!

At Gulf Coast Home Inspections, we proudly serve all of Sarasota County. Wherever you're purchasing, our team is there to make sure your investment is protected. With our extensive coverage area, no corner of Sarasota County is beyond our reach.

As Sarasota County experiences rapid growth with numerous new communities springing up, it's more important than ever to have your home inspected prior to closing. While the allure of a brand-new home is undeniable, potential issues or oversights in construction can go unnoticed without a thorough inspection.

Don't take chances with your investment. Trust Gulf Coast Home Inspections to uncover any hidden issues and schedule a new construction inspection in Sarasota FL today!

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"Thanks to Trevor from Gulf Coast Home Inspections we saved a lot of money on our new house. Based on his report we were able to negotiate down the seller's price and get a good deal. Thanks again for your help."
– Jim Kent

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