What Does The Building Inspection Report Include?
Before buying any home, it's necessary to have a building and pest inspection performed. It provides you with expert advice on the general state of the property and aids in identifying current and potential issues with the home or building. Additionally, you will have data to use in your home price negotiations if you have the inspection report on hand. Pre-purchase building property inspection are a tool for real estate property - but remember that they also have limitations.
Getting a quotation
If you give us a call, we can provide you with a quote based on the size of your property and the kind of building inspection you require. A typical pre-purchase inspection will examine the property's structural soundness and any significant and minor flaws.
Some homes require more time to clean than others, so we will ask you a few questions during the call regarding the condition and size of the house to determine how long it will take and how much it will cost. An inspection typically lasts 1.5 to 2 hours.
Client and location details
It details the intended audience for the report as well as the precise site of the property inspection. The type and style of the home, the construction method, the flooring, the walls, the roof structure, and the roof covering is all described in depth. Also mentioned is the direction the house faces.
Describe the website
This category of objects is where things that get not connected to the house get inspected. Driveways, fences, letterboxes, gates, stairways, ramps, handrails, paving, walks, clotheslines, entertainment areas, garages, carports, sheds, pergolas, retaining walls, swimming pools, spas, ponds, flagpoles, flower beds, and jetty are just a few examples of these items.
An outward description
Things affixed to the home's exterior are among the items assessed in this category. The most significant flaws and security risks are named, explained, captured on camera, and suggestions get made.
Front and back patios, staircases, verandahs, decks, balconies, brickwork, blockwork, lintels, cladding, windows, doors, chimneys, laundry rooms, storage rooms, sunrooms, and garages are just a few examples of these features.
The interior of the roof described
The interior of the roof gets examined, and the report will include any significant flaws or safety risks related to the following areas: roof tiles, roof sheeting, sarking, roof framing, insulation, ceiling framing, ceiling lining, wall framing, flashing, moisture ingress, and party walls.
An exterior roof description
The building expert will inspect the exterior of the roof - the report will detail any glaringly visible severe faults or safety concerns linked to the following areas: eaves, fascia, bargeboards, vents, flues, valleys, gutters, downpipes, roof tiles, roof sheeting, skylights, hot water systems, solar panels, and downspouts.
Most building experts can only use a 3.6-meter ladder to evaluate the roof partially due to work-health and safety regulations.
When necessary, we thoroughly inspect the roof with our drone to give you peace of mind.
The building consultant will examine the subfloor region of any building with an accessible subfloor for any obvious major flaws or safety hazards related to the following areas: footings, piers, bearers, floor joists, flooring, moisture damage, rot, drainage, ventilation, and retaining walls.