Pre-Drywall Inspection

One way to ensure that a house is built according to its specifications and new construction standards is by performing a pre-drywall inspection. This service gives you peace of mind knowing your home is constructed properly before everything is covered up.

Below are some examples of things we may come across during one of these inspections that can save you a major bill and headache in the future.

Damaged air supply duct putting a home at risk for poor air flow.

Missing kick-out flashing to keep rain water away from cladding.

Missing steel plate shims between steel beam and concrete foundation.

Damaged or warped wall studding.

Disconnected drain lines.

Incomplete air duct work.

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