• New Construction Home Inspection

    New Construction Home Inspection by T-Rex Inspections: Building confidence in your dream home.

    Buying a brand-new home is an exhilarating experience — a fresh start, modern design, and the promise of worry-free living. However, even new constructions can have unforeseen issues. T-Rex Inspections’ new construction home inspection provides peace of mind by ensuring your dream home is built to the highest standards, identifying and documenting potential issues before closing. Our report empowers you to ensure the builder addresses any concerns under warranty, guaranteeing a smooth transition into your new home.

    Quality and safety of your new home

    Our inspectors are well-versed in the key construction standards in Wisconsin and Illinois, including adherence to building codes. T-Rex Inspections’ service identifies potential issues within these regulations, providing the information needed to verify your new home meets the highest standards.

    Our New Construction Home Inspection process

    T-Rex Inspections’ meticulous process dives deep into the core systems of your new construction home. We thoroughly examine the foundation, roof, plumbing, electrical, and HVAC systems, ensuring they meet industry standards and building codes. You’re encouraged to be present during the inspection and ask questions as we progress through our comprehensive checklist.

    The report

    After the inspection, we compile a detailed report outlining the condition of your new home. The report details any potential issues or areas that may require the builder’s attention under warranty. With this knowledge, you can ensure all aspects of your new home are built to last, giving you peace of mind and the confidence to move forward with a smooth closing.

    Inspection cost

    Contact Terry today to discuss your inspection needs and receive a personalized quote tailored to your property. Our transparent pricing ensures exceptional value for your investment. We serve clients in Kenosha, Walworth, and Racine Counties in Wisconsin and Lake and McHenry Counties in Illinois.