We are your #1 source for comprehensive builder services, with over 100 different residential inspections for high-volume homebuilders. From pre-placement to final walk-through, our CBO's and ICC, IECC, RESNET, and HERS Certified Inspectors help improve efficiencies, mitigate risk and reduce warranty costs.
By working with one single provider, you can trust that every home is evaluated with deep expertise in code compliance and building process optimization while driving consistency and delivering the highest profitability. Let us customize a program tailored to your operations today.
This inspection helps you get to the framing stage faster. We will ensure the forms are in the proper place and identity anything that could hinder a proper pour.
If you chose to have your foundations engineered by DPIS, you will get an engineered solution to provide the greatest amount of support with the least amount of material helping you save time and money while minimizing risk.
However, if the foundation was engineered by someone else, we'll still check their work without slowing down the project.
This critical inspection eliminates warranty issues for cracked foundations, saving you big on your bottom line.
We ensure your labor or turn-key companies maintain the correct concrete PSI by managing the amount of water requested in the mix. A strong foundation gets you to the next stage faster.
In this inspection, we ensure the home you're building will be safe and efficient. We want your homeowners to give you high satisfaction scores and for you to be able to build better and faster.
When we catch blocking errors in this stage, we save you time and money down the road. There's no need to halt a project and rip out drywall to fix an area that wasn't properly closed off because we catch things when they're easy to fix.
This inspection protects your reputation and saves you money.
We check to make sure your drainage plan is intact and properly flashed, which helps reduce warranty costs and improves homeowner satisfaction scores because they're homes are safe from water intrusion and related mold.
Over 90 percent of building material failures are due to moisture and the largest moisture intrusion issue is bulk water intrusion. This isn't an inspection you can afford to miss.
This is a single visit inspection designed to catch errors when they are cheaper and faster to fix. We will inspect your structural, mechanical, electrical, and plumbing components to help you prep for your final energy and walkthrough.
You will also receive a digital trade summary that highlights which trades are responsible for which repairs on a per address report. This quickly allows trades to know which repairs they are responsible for and helps you build a better home.
The 2-Stage FrameNet includes two separate inspection visits to help builders reduce callbacks and mitigate risk.
The first visit happens when all of the structural elements are compete. We go through the engineering and quality requirements for the builder, and check all of the structural components at that phase. So, if a beam needs to be shifted over six inches or a joist needs to be added, you don't have to worry about coordinating with the plumbing, electrical, and mechanical components already completed.
We then come out a second time, to ensure the correction identified during the first visit has been made, which further reduces callbacks and mitigates risk.
You will also receive a digital trade summary that highlights which trades are responsible for which repairs on a per address report. This allows your trades to quickly know which repairs they're responsible for and helps you build a better home.
This inspection covers all health and safety code items at the time of final home occupancy plus a thorough cosmetic inspection to include items such as paint touch up, cabinet door alignment, caulking, etc. Our goal is to eliminate warranty costs and help you produce a happy customer who recommends your product.
Comfort callbacks can be costly for builders. This advanced inspection checks everything from CFM Flow Measurements to static pressure at the supply and returns, following ACCA QI5 Standard.
Builders who use this testing have virtually eliminated comfort callbacks and drastically improved customer satisfaction while maximizing profitability.
We helped one of the largest homebuilders in America move from one warranty manager per neighborhood to one warranty manager for every seven neighborhoods.