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Congratulations on your new home purchase! As a home inspector, I highly recommend that you consider getting an 11 month warranty inspection for your new home.

Why, you might ask? Well, there are several benefits to getting an inspection done at 11 months. For starters, your home builder’s warranty is typically valid for one year from the date of closing. An 11 month inspection allows us to identify any issues that may have arisen during the first year of ownership before your warranty expires. This helps ensure that any repairs or issues are addressed by the builder before the warranty expires, saving you money in the long run.

Additionally, during the first year of ownership, you’ll have had time to live in and become familiar with your new home. You may have noticed some minor issues with the home that you’d like to have addressed. An 11 month inspection is the perfect time to have those issues looked at by a professional, giving you peace of mind and ensuring that your home is in top shape.

During the inspection, we will thoroughly assess your home’s systems, including the roof, foundation, HVAC, electrical, plumbing and more. We’ll also evaluate the performance of the appliances and make sure everything is functioning properly. Any issues found during the inspection will be reported to you in a detailed report, and we’ll work with you and your builder to determine the best course of action to address any issues that are found.

In summary, getting an 11 month warranty inspection for your new home is an excellent way to ensure that your home is in top shape before your builder’s warranty expires. It can save you money in the long run, and give you peace of mind knowing that your home is safe and sound. If you’re interested in scheduling an inspection, please don’t hesitate to contact me. Thank you for considering this important step in protecting your investment.

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