|If You Let the Warranty Expire On Your New Home Without an independent home
Inspection. There's a Good Chance You're Throwing Money Away!
While prevention is best cure, experience tells us that most major construction defects go unnoticed
for 3-5 years. As the first-year anniversary of your new home approaches, your homebuilder
warranty is about to run out. Most of these defects go unnoticed by the untrained eye until it is too
late and damage has occurred. Are you prepared to go it alone? If you do not address problems
within one year of your closing date, your builder will no longer be responsible for problems. But you
A national survey showed that 95% of all new homes built between 2000-2002 had a major defect
that cost the new owners time and extra money, some even had to move into a hotel room for a
period of time while that "New Home" was being repaired!
To address the needs of new homeowners like you, AHI Inspections is pleased to offer our End of
Warranty Inspection. We'll do a thorough home inspection of your home before your warranty
runs out, and we'll supply you with a customized detailed report identifying the problems. As an
impartial, third-party inspector, AHI Home & Building Inspection Services does not perform corrective
work nor do we work for the builder, so we have no vested interest in discovering or concealing
problems. We simply present our findings based on our experience and knowledge. We're There
When a home is being built, the builder or site superintendent is seldom on site for more than 60-90
minutes a day (sometimes they never set foot on the site). During that time, they are dealing with all
types of problems and details. Many sub-contractors are used as are many vendors. Each has their
own specific job and time schedule to work on. And that's all that they care about. It is up to the
builder or superintendent to check and ensure the home and all its complex systems are in proper
Our inspection covers over 400 items and includes testing of all systems and components. All
visible defects will be noted including but not limited to manufacturer and/or contractors flaws, not
visible to the untrained eye until it's to late. This "last chance" inspection, is essential in
providing you with the peace of mind you deserve.
An inspector typically spends a minimum of 2.5 hours or more (depending upon the size of the
home) evaluating a home, and may recommend further evaluation if problems or symptoms are
discovered. AHI Inspections strongly encourages you to accompany the inspector so that you can
ask questions and learn even more about your home.
Do not miss this exceptional opportunity to have your new home professionally evaluated while it is
still under the builders warranty. You will gain peace of mind in knowing your investment in a new
home will last many years into the future, well past the limitations of your builders own short-lived
warranty. Call us today, and enjoy your new home!
Thank you for considering AHI Inspections for your residential home inspection needs.
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