The Burgess Pre-Drywall Inspection includes over 250 inspection points. These points are comprised of local building codes, best practices, manufacturer requirements, as well as quality. A brief outline of inspection categories is listed below.
Jobsite (The foundation and drainage are inspected, as well as the appearance, cleanliness and safety of the lot.)
Roofing (Shingles, roof flashing, and attic ventilation are inspected.)
Cornice/Deck (Exterior siding, flashing, trimwork and roof decking are inspected for completeness and proper installation.)
Exterior Drainage Plane (Sheathing is inspected for proper installation with all holes properly sealed. Window and door flashing is inspected for completeness and correct installation.)
Structural Framing (Framing is evaluated per applicable building code, quality and builder specifications.)
Mechanical (Heating and air conditioning systems, including all HVAC components and ductwork, are inspected as well as fireplaces, cooktop venting, dryer venting and vent systems for all components.)
Electrical (Outlet spacing, panel configuration and wiring methods are inspected for code and quality.)
Plumbing (Plumbing system tests are observed for leakage including water supply and sanitary sewer. We inspect for code compliance with regard to installation.)
Rest Assured Your Home Was Inspected by Burgess
With more than 30 years as an independent inspection firm, Burgess has the experience you can trust. This year alone, Burgess will perform more than 150,000 inspections and help improve the quality of thousands of homes across the U.S. Together with our integrity as a builder and the trusted experience of Burgess, we hope you can rest assured knowing your home was built with the highest regard for quality construction.