As a homeowner, you may wonder, “What if something goes wrong with our new build?” That’s where warranties come into play and why a building defects report is essential for peace of mind. You deserve to get what you paid for and enjoy your new property now and for years to come.
A warranty inspection typically takes place during the warranty period (usually 12 months) after the construction is complete. This defects inspection report identifies any noticeable defects in the workmanship. You can then present this building defect report to the builder, requesting that they address the identified issues under their warranty obligations. We highly recommend obtaining a builder’s warranty report before any problems become irreparable or are no longer covered under the warranty agreement.