Iemamori Holdings quality inspection

Conducts site inspection at the highest level in Japan.

The standard of inspection conducted by Iemamori Holdings ensures strict compliance at the highest level in Japan, and the quality of homes built by Homeland is strictly controlled by this stringent inspection. As a feature of Iemamori Holdings, it is an independent inspection body that does not undertake building construction. Because it operates with 100% self-owned capital without making any capital ties with companies on the construction side, such as homebuilders and building material manufacturers, it can conduct inspections in a fair and impartial manner as a third party. It conducts high-quality housing inspections free from undeserved and biased assessment.

inspection items(In the case of wood framed wall construction method)

  • 1st:
    Reinforcing bar arrangement inspection
    Number of items: 32
    number of photographs: 66
  • 2nd:
    Anchor inspection
    Number of items: 5
    number of photographs: 8
  • 3rd:
    Construction completion inspection
    Number of items: 14
    number of photographs: 22
  • 4th:
    Sill inspection
    Number of items: 21
    number of photographs: 38
  • 5th:
    framework inspection
    Number of items: 36
    number of photographs: 84
  • 6th:
    Thermal insulating material inspection
    Number of items: 16
    number of photographs: 33
  • 7th:
    Waterproofness inspection
    Number of items: 15
    number of photographs: 32
  • 8th:
    External facing inspection
    Number of items: 8
    number of photographs: 17
  • 9th:
    PB inspection
    Number of items: 10
    number of photographs: 24
  • 10th:
    Finish inspection
    Number of items: 29
    number of photographs: 60

You can view the inspection result anytime on the website.

As the housing history, we will store the data for a long time after delivery.
After deliver, we will store the data for a long period of 35 years.
In the data to be viewed, pieces of in-depth information are stored as house history for the inspection purpose.