Broken Roof Tiles? Why This Can Be Nothing … Or Everything

Broken Roof Tiles? Why This Can Be Nothing … Or Everything

Replacing roof tiles when they are damaged, cracked or broken is crucial to ensuring the ongoing protection of your home from Queensland’s harsh weather.
Failure to act quickly when faced with broken or damaged roof tiles can put your home at risk of water damage, mould, […]

By |September 20th, 2016|Ask the Inspector, blog, Building Inspection Tips|0 Comments

Ever Wondered How To Calculate Roof Pitch? Click here!

How To Calculate Roof Pitch

If you’re installing, repairing or replacing a roof, there’s a huge pitfall lying in wait for you: getting the maths wrong when you calculate roof pitch can have a huge impact on your home. If you’re having a sudden, traumatic flashback to high school maths class right now, you’re not the […]

By |September 13th, 2016|Ask the Inspector, blog, Building & Renovating|0 Comments

Why Roof Inspections Are Vital For Your Brisbane Property

Why Roof Inspections Are Vital

Getting your roof routinely inspected by a qualified professional is vital – particularly in Brisbane, with our severe weather events and harsh, unpredictable thunderstorms. Action Property Inspections conducts thorough roof inspections across Brisbane and surrounds, including the exterior and interior of your roof. Read on to find out why you need […]

By |September 6th, 2016|Ask the Inspector, blog, Building Inspection Tips|0 Comments

Apartment Inspection Checklist With Action Property Inspections

Apartment Inspection Checklist: Hidden Problems You Can Avoid

When you are on the lookout for an apartment or unit to call home, being prepared with an apartment inspection checklist is essential. Just like when you purchase a house, having your apartment inspected by a professional is one of those must-do activities. Whilst there are some differences […]

By |August 30th, 2016|Ask the Inspector, blog, Building Inspection Tips|0 Comments

Why You Need Independent Property Inspections In Brisbane!

Why You Need Independent Property Inspections In Brisbane!
Independent property inspections are essential if you’re buying in Brisbane. Not all inspectors are created equal – and some have the interests of your real estate agent, not you, as their priority. Buying a home is a big decision. Read on to find out more about why it’s […]

By |August 23rd, 2016|Ask the Inspector, blog, Building Inspection Tips|0 Comments

Building Inspections On Tenanted Property? Here’s How To Do It.

Building Inspections On A Tenanted Property

Your home’s your castle. Your rights to peace and privacy are given significant priority and protection under law. You’d be sadly mistaken if you thought that those protections are only for home owners. Tenants renting a residential property are also protected from activities that invade their privacy, and this potentially […]

By |August 15th, 2016|Ask the Inspector, blog, Building Inspection Tips|0 Comments

Negative Gearing Update – What The Election Result Means For You

Negative Gearing Update – What The Election Result Means For You
Negative gearing was one of the hot topics in the lead up to the Australian federal election. It’s been weeks since we all cast our votes, but the dust’s only just settled after gut-wrenching uncertainty for the two major parties. The Liberal-National coalition have finally […]

By |August 9th, 2016|blog, Purchasing a House|0 Comments

Underfloor Inspections Support Your House Investment. Here’s Why!

Support Your House With Underfloor Inspections

Underfloor inspections should be much more than simply checking that the underfloor space is dry and well ventilated. A quick visual inspection may fail to identify major structural defects or other significant problems in the underfloor area that can lead to very expensive repairs once you’ve moved into your new […]

Building Permits Brisbane – What You Need To Know

Building Permits in Brisbane

Thinking about buying to renovate? Snapping up a little ‘fixer-upper’ is only the first tentative step of many along the way to a successful renovation. Owning a property doesn’t automatically give you carte blanche to renovate it as you see fit. All local councils are active in overseeing and regulating the type […]

By |July 25th, 2016|Ask the Inspector, blog, Building & Renovating|0 Comments

Why Broken Plan Living Is The New Open Plan Living

‘Broken plan’ living is the new ‘open plan’ living.

Open plan living has been a popular layout in many homes for quite some time, allowing for optimal light and air flow and making the most of the communal areas. However, broken plan living has taken over as the preferred home layout with many advantages suiting today’s […]

By |July 19th, 2016|Ask the Inspector, blog|0 Comments