Our busiest months snagging houses is undoubtedly June and December. This is not anything to do with homeowners wanting to move in before Christmas, rather it is in line with the majority of builders' financial deadlines.
In line with deadlines comes pressures on trades and the quality slips drastically... which is when we get the calls from homeowners who are shocked at the quality of house they have been given.
If your completion is scheduled for December, we recommend booking your snagging inspection sooner rather than later to avoid disappointment.
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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