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We provide property and building inspection reports that comply with the relevant Australian standards so you can rest assured that you will receive a comprehensive, informed report to put your mind at ease.  The reports are sent to you within 24-48 hours in pdf form and in plain English language so they are easy to understand. Depending upon your needs we can provide the following reports

Structural pre-purchase building inspection

From $300.00

 

A basic structural pre purchase building report complies with AS 4349.1-2007 Appendix A. The purpose of the report is to provide advice to a prospective purchaser regarding the condition of the structure of the property. It is a visual assessment of the accessible areas of the property to identify major defects to the building structure and to form an opinion regarding the general condition of the structure of the property.

 

This report includes the following items:

  • Structural damp issues affecting the building structure

  • Sub floor space

  • Floor

  • External Walls

  • Internal walls

  • Roof Structure and Frame

 

It is over 15 pages long and includes identification of major defects and photos to highlight any areas that require attention.

Comprehensive pre purchase building inspection report

From $445.00

 

The comprehensive pre purchase building inspection report is a very thorough report that provides a visual assessment of the property to identify defects and safety hazards. It also includes all the items from the structural pre purchase building report. This report will give you, the purchaser, peace of mind knowing the general condition of the property. This extensive report which exceeds AS 4349.1- 2007 includes, but not limited to the following areas

1. The building site

Inspection of the property within 30 metres of the building

Foundations

Steps

Site drainage

Paths and paved areas

Fences

Gates

Retaining walls

Garden sheds

 

2. Subfloor Space (if applicable)

Ventilation

Dampness

Drainage

Bearers, joists, piers

Ant capping

Plumbing pipes

 

3. Exterior of the building

External walls

Windows and doors

Paint condition

Downpipes/stormwater connection

Steps/landings

Decking

 

4. Roof exterior

Roof cover

Gutters

Roof flashings

Fascias and barge boards

Eaves lining

 

5. Roof space of the building

Roof construction items such as ceiling frame, struts, under purlins and rafters

Insulation

Roof leaks

 

6. Interior of the building

Walls

Doors

Door handles and locks

Windows

Ceilings and cornice

Painting

Floor and wall tiles

All floor coverings

Internal steps/balustrade

Electrical items such as ovens, range hoods, hotplates, lighting

Plumbing items such as toilets, baths, tapware

Kitchen including cupboards and tops

Any evidence of rising damp or water damage

Visual observation of rcd’s and smoke detectors

Room by room reporting

It is over 35 pages long and includes identification of major/minor defects and photos to highlight any areas that require attention, identifies safety hazards and provides recommendations by the inspector

Comprehensive pre sale building inspection report

From $445.00

 

Having a pre sale/pre auction comprehensive building inspection report completed before you put your home on the market can give you a distinct advantage over other sellers in the market.

 

The report will help you:

 

  • Gain the purchaser’s confidence in the condition of the property. Having a report completed ready for their viewing when considering purchasing will give them the confidence that the property is in a good condition and can speed up the sales process.

  • Save time and speed up the sales process by giving the purchasers peace of mind

  • Identify any safety hazards or maintenance issues so they can be addressed before you go to market, potentially making it an easier sale process

  • Be aware of any defects that could potentially affect a sale, therefore saving you time and money before putting the property on the market
     

This extensive report includes, but not limited to the following areas

1. The building site

Inspection of the property within 30 metres of the building

Foundations

Steps

Site drainage

Paths and paved areas

Fences

Gates

Retaining walls

Garden sheds

 

2. Subfloor Space (if applicable)

Ventilation

Dampness

Drainage

Bearers, joists, piers

Ant capping

Plumbing pipes

3. Exterior of the building

External walls

Windows and doors

Paint condition

Downpipes/stormwater connection

Steps/landings

Decking

4. Roof exterior

Roof cover

Gutters

Roof flashings

Fascias and barge boards

Eaves lining

 

5. Roof space of the building

Roof construction items such as ceiling frame, struts, under purlins and rafters

Insulation

Roof leaks

6. Interior of the building

Walls

Doors

Door handles and locks

Windows

Ceilings and cornice

Painting

Floor and wall tiles

All floor coverings

Internal steps/balustrade

Electrical items such as ovens, range hoods, hotplates, lighting

Plumbing items such as toilets, baths, tapware

Kitchen including cupboards and tops

Any evidence of rising damp or water damage

Visual observation of rcd’s and smoke detectors

Room by room reporting

It is over 35 pages long and includes identification of major/minor defects and photos to highlight any areas that require attention, identifies safety hazards and provides recommendations by the inspector

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