Building and property inspectors carefully check homes. They search room by room looking for wall cracking and ceiling leaks. Floors are investigated to uncover springiness or uneven qualities, and roofs are checked carefully to investigate insulation and framing defects.
What Will Our Property Inspector Do?
Our property inspector, armed with over twenty years’ experience, is prepped and primed to make your home inspection count. There’s no substitute for great knowledge earned on the job. A quality property inspector will make sure your interests are protected right from the word go.
Considering a cheaper option? That’s your prerogative. Making a compromise in quality might see you save a few dollars in the short term, but when it comes to investing in property, it’s the long run that counts.
How Will Our Property Inspector Report Their Findings?
You are going to get a detailed report that provides a thorough picture of the property that you are interested in. This report will include in depth visual and written explanations that will help you make the right decision.
A quality building and property inspection carried out by an excellent property inspector will protect you legally when it comes to the purchase of a new home. Any problems that are found might be able to give you leverage when it comes to negotiating the asking price. We’re in your corner – and we know what to look out for.
What Will Our Property Inspector Look For?
Keen to know what the detailed report will cover? Here is what you need to know.
We’ll be looking for signs of water damage as well as structural issues that will impact the liveability of the home as well as the safety of occupants. If you are potentially looking to expand or renovate in the coming months or years, you are going to want to know everything we can possibly dig up.
We’ll look inside and outside, upstairs and downstairs. We’ll even take a close look at your roof as well to make sure everything is on the up and up.
Retaining walls, chimneys, indoor and outdoor walls – none of it is a stretch too far for our highly experienced property inspector. We’ll check kitchens for moisture damage, bathrooms for air flow and fitting conditions, living area flooring, driveways, fences, hot water units, and decking. If there’s something there, we’ll find it. And we’ll let you know what to do.