HOME INSPECTIONS | HOME WARRANTY

11 MONTH HOME WARRANTY

INSPECTION

IS YOUR BUILDER'S HOME WARRANTY

ABOUT TO EXPIRE?

Most builders provide you with a year warranty after residing in your new construction

home. It is crucial to have your house inspected by the 11th month of the warranty to provide you time to address any issues with your home builder. Houses are pretty good at keeping secrets and may go undetected until something goes wrong or is inspected. A GreenWorks home warranty inspection will provide you with a full comprehensive report so you can hand that over to the builder for repairs before your builder's warranty runs out.

Having the knowledge and 3rd party expertise on how to hold builders accountable is never a bad thing.

All GreenWorks Home Warranty

Inspections Include a Complimentary Infrared (Thermal Imaging) Inspection

THREE MAIN REASONS TO GET A BUILDER'S WARRANTY INSPECTION

Ultimately, the builder is accountable for remedying issues with your home within the first year of construction.

The cost of the warranty repairs are included in the purchase
price of your home. Technically, you’ve already paid for this!

The expense of an inspection is substantially less than out-of-pocket costs for potential repairs.

6 Most Common Issues Our GreenWorks Inspectors Have Uncovered In Our Thousands

of Home Warranty Inspections

 

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ROOF ISSUES

2

HVAC ISSUES

3

MISSING INSULATION

4

MISSING CAULKING

5

POOR WORKMANSHIP

6

LEAK & WATER

PENETRATION

It’s important to have ANY unfinished issues documented & reported so that your builder can correct before your warranty expires!

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