New Home Inspections
Owning a home is the American dream, and building a home is the dream of a lifetime.
Unfortunately, for some new homeowners it can become a nightmare.
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Most sub contractors are exceptional and well trained. However, with the record pace of
building, it is possible to have workers who are tired, overworked or not as qualified as
they should be. As a result, some new homeowners have found that these
subcontractors (to name a few items) have forgotten to insulate portions of attics, have
not installed electrical or plumbing components correctly, or have failed to finish their
work such as not installing all the roof tiles needed for a roof. If they do not document
these items or catch them before the end of their warranty, the homeowner, not the
builder, is responsible for repairing these items either down the road when they sell
their home and the buyers have an inspection performed.

Oftentimes, it is heard from sellers or homeowners 3, 5 or even 10 years after a home
has been built that they cannot believe that the builder forgot to install enough
insulation, or adequate attic ventilation, or install electrical/plumbing correctly. As a
result, these homeowners are faced with hundreds if not thousands of dollars in costs
that could have been avoided with a thorough, detailed and comprehensive inspection

By working with Premier Property Inspection & Consulting,  you can provide your
builder with a thorough, detailed written summary of defects that need to be corrected
while your home is still under warranty. It's a always a good idea to have an
independent authority conduct your home inspection. That way you have the peace of
mind knowing you have a complete and accurate account of your home's condition.

Understanding that a new home can be overwhelming and sometimes fearful, I take
extra time to ask you what issues you are concerned about. It is encouraged that you
be present during the inspection and in some cases following so you can see what is
found. Whether you follow or not,  time is taken at the end of the inspection to walk
through the home identifying issues. Additionally,  Premier Property Inspection &
Consulting will take the extra time to point out maintenance issues. The inspections not
only cover the basic items in a normal inspection,I spend extra time looking at systems
and structural components to ensure potential issues caused by substandard
workmanship are identified and corrected before they become an issue. Not only am I
highly qualified in construction trades, building and zoning and real estate, I have
performed hundreds of builder warranty inspections and have an acute understanding
of the process as well as typical mistakes that are made over and over by some
Richard Flores
TREC # 8139
Premier Property
Inspection & Consulting

McAllen, Texas 78503
(956) 878-6045
Property Inspections, Home Inspections, Home Inspector, Property Inspector, Building
Inspections. Mcallen, Pharr, Mission, Edinburg, San Juan, Alamo, Hidalgo, Weslaco,
Donna, Harlingen, Brownsville.
Licensed by the Texas Real Estate Commission
TREC # 8139