Allotment Inspections Brisbane

As part of a full pre-purchase building inspection, we include an allotment inspection.  The natural elements are largely responsible for the deterioration of paths, driveways, paving, and fences but excessive weather conditions such as heavy rain, hail, flooding, or extreme heat can also take a toll on free standing structures including garden sheds, gazebos, cubby houses, and retaining walls. Surrounding trees can cause a variety of issues from dropping branches on rooftops to roots lifting and cracking concrete and compromising the structural integrity of the house. Inadequate maintenance can lead to serious issues, so it is best to have your prospective home inspected by an industry professional.  

Got a question about an allotment inspection in Brisbane? Talk to a reputable Brisbane property inspector now.  FREECALL 1800 642 465

Your allotment inspection includes:

Paths and Driveway

  • Cracking
  • Subsidence

Paving

  • Undulation
  • Surface deterioration

Surface Drainage

  • Inadequate drainage
  • Moisture retention
  • Ponding

Fences

  • Decay
  • Cracking
  • Outward movement

Barbecue

  • Settlement
  • Cracking
  • General deterioration

Free Standing Structures

  • General condition of garden sheds
  • Gazebos
  • Cubby house

Retaining Walls

  • Outward movement
  • Wall drainage
  • Decay
  • Cracking

Surrounding Trees

  • Hazardous tree location
  • Disturbance to foundations and sewer lines

When you’re purchasing a home in Brisbane, an allotment inspection could make all the difference.  At Action Property Inspections Brisbane, we take care to inspect all elements of your new property.

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