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Irrespective of whether it is a pre-purchase or pre-listing building inspection, it should be completed to Australian Standard 4349.1 by a licensed, experienced and insured Building Inspector. The inspector completes a visual inspection of accessible areas of the structure and provides an assessment on significant building defects and problems such as stability, watertightness and standard of workmanship consistent with age and design. In addition they will look at secondary and finishing defects. This multi-point inspection is then followed by a comprehensive written report as per the Australian Standard highlighting all findings, concerns and recommendations.

The report will contain a description of the property, highlighting the defects found and areas that they were unable to gain access to in order to carry out the inspection. It may contain photos of defects and/or areas of concern and will normally be sent to the client within 24 hours of the inspection being carried out. It is important to note that the inspection is of the current condition of the property and is not reflective of any past or future issues.

Areas that a Building Inspections will inspect:

  • Exterior of the building
  • Interior of the building
  • Sub-floor space (subject to access)
  • Roof cavity (subject to access)
  • Roof exterior (subject to health and safety regulations)
  • Garage, carport and general outbuildings (sheds etc)
  • Separate laundry or toilet
  • Paths, driveways, retaining walls, gates & fences etc

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