Knowing as much as you can about the condition of the property before you buy will help you avoid problems and extra costs down the track. The best way of doing this is to get a pre-purchase property inspection report which will identify any significant building defects, problems or safety hazards.
Get the full story on a property before you invest. We'll conduct a comprehensive inspection in order to check for any issues, such as cracks in walls, rust, dampness, mould or leak stains, rotting timbers, termites or other pests.
A dilapidation report provides a snapshot of a building's condition prior to works being carried out and is used to compare the results after completion. It can ensure developers and/or homeowners that a building has not been affected by movement caused by nearby machinery or earthworks.
If you have a swimming pool or spa, the pool fence and its access points must comply with pool safety legislation. Here in Queensland an inspection of your backyard pool is required if you are selling or leasing your property; a process that we make as quick and simple as possible.
Want to ensure that your new home is being build to the quality you expect? Our stage inspections, conducted at the pre-slab, frame and/or lock-up stages, can give you peace of mind that your home is being built properly from beginning to end.