As well as checking aethetic issues, our snagging inspection also check for fundamental build issues.
These few example pictures show that it is common for us to find unlevel / out of plumb brickwork, unattached fixings, no insulation, electrical issues, broken guttering and so on.
All of the examples were from houses of clients that had completed and goes to show that a snagging inspection raises issues more than what an 'untrained eye' can see.
It is important to ensure that we attend as soon as possible to enable such issues to be timestamped and to ensure you don't face the cost of rectifying it when the builder's warranty period is over.
It is also important to stress that most snagging companies would not be able to check for half of the issues that we raise due to our expertise and equipment.
A Snaggers Blog
HomeSnag inspectors are experts at inspecting new-build houses. This blog shares real examples and publications to demonstrate the importance of getting your home snagged.
"I always insist that there is specific provision for snagging," says Thomas Moran, partner at law firm Speechly Bircham. "Reputable developers do this anyway, but there are all sorts in the market, some big, some small, so you need a contractual promise than within, say, a year they will come back to remedy any minor defects in the finishing."
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