Building Inspection JUBILEE POCKET, Queensland 4802

Australian Property & Building Inspections offer Building, Pest, Dilapidation, New Home Construction, Pre Completion (PCI), Warranty Defect and Swimming Pool inspections. Cost from $330.00. Phone 1300 657 546.

JUBILEE POCKET 4802 Property & Building Inspections

Australian Property & Building Inspections provide a detailed inspection for your house, apartment, unit, townhouse and/or industrial property.

Our building inspector will thoroughly complete a visual inspection as per the Australian standards for timber pest inspection AS4349.3 and for building inspections standards AS4349.1-2007. They will also comment and note other areas, such as the exterior, the interior, the roof void, the subfloor and roof exterior.

Our inspection reports include colour pictures and are written in and easy to follow layout and use non-building terminology.

Our JUBILEE POCKET building inspector will provide an honest, objective and scrupulous building inspection report. From the first contact with us, all the way through the inspection delivery and then the conclusion of your report; our goal is to meet your expectations.

Our location specific, JUBILEE POCKET building inspections will also categorize issues, which will lead to the risk involved in any property.

Australian Property & Building Inspections inspectors are highly skilled and trained to complete pre-purchase building inspections, new home inspections and pest and termite inspections. Our inspectors are registered building practitioners, qualified in property inspections and are building professionals.

Our building inspectors hold professional indemnity insurance.

Depending on our inspectors schedules we may be able to schedule an inspection in JUBILEE POCKET in the next 24 hours and then our written reports are sent to you within 24 hours, subject to payment.

Residential & Commercial Dilapidation Inspections JUBILEE POCKET 4802

Dilapidation Reports form part of an essential construction risk management strategy. A dilapidation report, sometimes known as property condition reports, are an inspection with a written report, which includes photographs of a building or property that is undertaken prior to construction works commencing on an adjoining property. Councils usually request a dilapidation report prior to starting construction on commercial and domestic sites. Bonds taken can be returned in completion of construction if the outside of a building site such as pathways, kerbing, drainage, road and any other conditions of surrounding Council property are not damaged.