11-Month Warranty Inspection

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What is an 11th Month Warranty Inspection

The 11-month inspection is a detailed inspection before the builder’s warranty expires. This inspection is a valuable tool for finding damage, defects, or deficiencies before the end of your warranty.

All of the following inspection services include a detailed report, with photos. The pricing is based on an estimated 3,000 square foot home. Pricing will vary based on the size of the home and location.

An additional charge of $25 for every 500 sqft over 3,000sqft.

Why this particular inspection is so important

Our inspection process is based on looking at the inside and outside of the house. It also takes a look at all major systems, both interior, and exterior.

Following your inspection, you will receive a comprehensive report that includes photos of anything we might have noticed as out-of-date or in need of repair.

Using our report. you can take any necessary steps to hold your builder and his subcontractors to their warranties while they’re still in force. Your next step could be to talk in-depth about the warranties your builder covered with you before work began, or maybe find out if he added others as the work went on

Don't Get Stuck
With Surprising and Unnecessary Repairs

Most new homes have a 1-year builder’s warranty. This means the builders are responsible for any defects in your home up to that date. If you schedule a home inspection to take place before your 1-year warranty runs out, the builder is liable for any defects discovered at the time of the inspection. Your warranty period will then increase accordingly.

Uncover what is wrong and what is about to go wrong with your home BEFORE the warranty expires. These inspections typically pay for themselves many times over!

Identifying potential problems and repairs early on, before they get in the way, can make a big difference. Inspection areas include:

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View Sample 11-Month Full Inspection Report

Step 1

Use Post-It Notes to mark areas that need attention. This will assist your inspector and the contractors.

Step 2

Call Insight to have a licensed Home Inspector perform a 1-year home warranty inspection.

Step 3

The report will provide builders with an outline of any deficiencies found in the home.

Step 4

Have the home builders fix any problems found while you're still covered under the 1 year warranty.

Step 5

Save thousands on home repairs by having them addressed prior to the one-year warranty ending.

Select the Inspection that's right for you


Warranty Inspection
1 - 1.5 Hrs
  • Our basic warranty inspection centers on inspecting the warranted items, major equipment (furnace, air conditioner, etc.), ventilation appliances (measuring bath fan flows), and any reported issues by the homeowner, including cosmetic issues. We ask that the homeowner assists by marking cosmetic issues with tape/stickers before the inspection.


Full Inspection
1.5 - 2 Hrs
  • Adds: Examination of all outlets, fixtures, and appliances, including a CO test of all gas appliances and temperature test of the HVAC. Our attic inspection will look for signs of leaks, pests, and any other visible anomalies. We will examine the outside of the home to identify drainage and other issues which can compromise the integrity of the home. Our inspector will examine the roof, if safely accessible, as well as the overall structure of the home. A full pre-purchase inspection typically used to identify issues that help a buyer make a purchase decision.


Blower Door & IR Scan
2 - 3 Hrs
  • In addition to the full inspection items, we will conduct a Blower Door and Infrared scan of your home to address any comfort issues you may be experiencing. The infrared scan of the home will identify cold/hot spots in the home and where the air is leaking. A blower door test will determine how tight the home is, how much of the conditioned air you are losing to the outside, and how much additional fresh air the home needs. Most mechanical fresh air systems are set up improperly or have never been explained to the homeowner. We will provide you with that insight as well.