In Western Australia there are no licensing requirements or regulations for building inspections Perth but our inspector is back with over 25 years of experience in the building industry.
The importance of having a complete building inspections Perth done cannot be said enough that’s why we provide a variety of cost effective inspections starting from as little as $270 Inc. GST. Our commitment to the client is that they will be provided with a written, unbiased, complete building inspections Perth report. All Building Inspections Perth receive a typed written Report detailing our findings. Areas of concern are noted throughout the reports and are accompanied with photos providing a visual reference.
Our building inspection reports enable clients to fully understand the condition of the property any defects, remedial or maintenance work that may be required.
We offer the following home inspection services:
A Pre-Purchase Structural Building Inspections Perth Report addresses only the structural elements of the building.
The following dwelling areas are inspected where applicable:
A structural fault in a property is any area of the structure that has lost its structural integrity. This report is usually 15+ pages long and includes photos throughout the report. Our licensed builder is certified by House safe Inspections, a nationally recognised training and education provider in Pre-Purchase Building Inspections Perth.
Our Pre-Purchase Comprehensive Building Inspections Perth Report includes all of the above in the Type A report. We also Check and report on;
This comprehensive building report includes a complete inspection on the condition of your home. This report is usually 40+ pages and includes photos of the structure, fixtures, and fittings. Whether you are purchasing a new home or have any concerns about your existing one, we highly recommend this building inspections Perth.
The Handover Inspection Report is the builder’s final ‘To Do’ list at handover. A handover report verifies that the property has been carefully inspected and is ready for the owner. This report is important to identify any minor defects or imperfections that have taken place throughout the building process.
At this stage we will check:
This inspection report will outline all defects that require attention. Each defect is marked with a coloured sticker for easy identification by the builder and the contractors. We perform a detailed inspection for every facet including the exterior and interior of the house. contact your building inspections Perth Specialist.
For contracts that fall within the threshold of $7,500 to $500,000 the builder is liable to make good, without additional cost, defects in the building work that have been notified in writing within 4 months of practical completion. The 4 months can be extended if agreed by both parties and it has been specified in the contract.
The 4 months defects liability period applies from ‘practical completion’ which means brought to the stage where the home building work is completed except for any omissions or defects which do not prevent the home building work from being reasonably capable of being used for its intended purpose.
Most new homeowners do not realise that the responsibility is on them to contact the builder in writing within the 4 months. Often this milestone goes past and the inspection never gets done. The inspection report will identify all maintenance issues which can then be sent to the builder.
The importance of getting a complete inspection done cannot be emphasised enough. Homeowners that fail to get any building defects in writing are essentially responsible whether it was their fault or not. This can easily be avoided by having a proper structural inspection done to identify problematic areas contact your building inspections Perth Specialist.
Pool safety is important. Reports from the Australian Bureau of Statistics indicate that children aged 1 to 4 years account for the highest number of accidental drowning than in any other age group. It is also estimated that a further six children a week are admitted to hospitals after an immersion incident.
Such incidents can easily be avoided with the simple installation of a fence around the pool or appropriate supervision. Both are effective solutions but actual barriers are more ideal as supervision is not always practical.
Our Pool Safety Inspection Report checks that the pool barriers meet the Regulations and Australian Standard AS 1926.1-2007 Parts 1 and 2 fencing standards for pools. Legislation in Western Australia requires that homeowners maintain the barrier in such a condition that it functions at all times. We perform a comprehensive check to ensure your pool barriers are properly installed.
The inspection will comprise of a visual assessment of all accessible areas of the property to identify major and minor defects of the building and structures This Inspection forms an opinion regarding the general condition of the building that includes any safety observations at the time of inspection.
You will receive a fully typed 30+ page report, including digital photos throughout.
Once we have the inspection details for booking we will book the inspection through the real estate. Once a booking time has been booked a booking confirmation will be sent by email.
When the inspection has been carried out the reports will be typed and ready within 24 hours, and will be released when payment is received*. (* Reports will not be issued until payment shows up cleared in the bank accounts)
If any questions arise about the report please don’t hesitate to contact me on 1800 737 823.