Take advantage of your builder's one-year warranty.

A Vannier 11th month builder warranty inspection protects your home investment in the Surprise, AZ, and greater Phoenix area.

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Catch defects before your warranty expires.

How many times have you made a purchase only to have it break right after the warranty expires? You can limit this occurrence from happening to your biggest investment – your home – with a professional 11 month warranty inspection.

In a new home, issues may not become fully evident until months or years after a builder's warranty expires. An 11 month warranty inspection limits this risk by uncovering issues before the warranty expires, potentially saving you from costly repairs down the road.

From the exterior to the interior, we'll inspect everything covered by your home warranty. You will receive a same-day inspection report, providing insights into the condition of everything we check, giving you time to submit a claim if there are problems.


If you live in Surprise, Phoenix, Scottsdale, Mesa, Waddell, or Buckeye, or elsewhere in the East Valley or West Valley, we are your go-to inspection company. Our licensed and insured home inspectors work for your best interests and will always provide an honest assessment.

Drone and thermal imaging.

No matter if you live in Arizona's East Valley and West Valley, we offer drone and thermal imaging. This technology helps us identify hot and cold spots during our 11 month warranty inspection. Left unchecked, these issues can result in pricey repairs down the road.


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Benefits of an 11 month warranty inspection


An inspection finds mistakes. New homes are usually built by several subcontractors, which means that human error or faulty materials are possible, even though a general contractor oversees the process. You may not notice some defects during your first year of living in your home. It's best to call in an experienced home inspector – like Vannier Home Inspections –  to thoroughly check your home from top to bottom to make sure that there are no issues.


An 11 month warranty inspection gives you time to file claims. At Vannier, we recommend scheduling your inspection about 30 days before your builder's warranty expiration date. By doing so, you allow enough time for problems to manifest and give yourself enough days for filing a claim. If you wait too close to the warranty expiration date, you risk rushing to get your claim submitted in time.


It can prevent future surprises. While many inspections result in finding no significant problems, you will experience a feeling of relief, knowing that your home's exterior and interior are without problems. If, however, we uncover issues, you will have the chance to file a claim for covering repairs without significant out-of-pocket money. Without the inspection, hidden malfunctions can balloon into bigger, more pricey problems. Read our blog for more benefits.

Your 11 month warranty inspection covers:


Check the outside structure and more for damage and imperfections.


Inspect electrical, plumbing, HVAC systems, and more to ensure everything works properly.


Look at driveways, walkways, and other areas that are having problems and may need replacing.

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Independent 11 month warranty inspections.

Congratulations on the upcoming first anniversary of your new home. As a homeowner, don't forget that your home builder warranty may also expire.

With an 11 month warranty inspection from an independent third party, you will get insights from an unbiased source. We may find problems that will be covered by a claim, saving you money down the road.

If you live in the greater Phoenix area – Surprise, Waddell, Scottsdale, Mesa, or Buckeye – rely on Vannier Home Inspections for a thorough 11 month warranty inspection.

The Vannier difference starts with industry-leading, certified inspectors who perform a thorough inspection and ends with your confidence and peace of mind.

Contact us today to schedule an 11 month warranty inspection.