You may be interested to know that new construction inspections usually turn up more defects then a late model well-maintained resale. I am constantly reminded that many folks out there just assume that a new house will be perfectly fine. The average home buyer thinks that if anything goes wrong the builder will fix it. Therefore, why should anyone spend a dime to inspect a new house? Well, not so fast. Most housing defects take some time to manifest themselves. Often a defect will take more than a year to show up. Did you know your new house is probably only warranted for one year? So what kinds of things can I find on a new house? Read the partial list below then call Southern for a professional punch list.