Category: Building Stage Inspections

Top 3 Benefits Of A Building Handover Inspection For Your New Property

What is a handover inspection? A handover inspection is a report for the buyer of a newly constructed property and is done before the buyer takes possession of the new property. Why a handover inspection is not only important but

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Why You Should Hire A Building Inspector When Building Or Renovating Your Home

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Hire a building inspector when building or renovating to make sure you get what you’re paying for … If you’re currently in the process of building a home or are paying builders to complete home renovations, it’s crucial to have regular

How Are Building Inspectors And Building Certifiers Different?

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Are you planning to build a new home? If you are, you can count on the fact that you will have to deal with a lot of things at a time. Building a home may seem like an overwhelming project,

Top Ten Surprising Defects Discovered During Independent Building Inspections

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Ten examples of the most unbelievable defects my building inspections have revealed this year – so far … The building defects countdown: 10) Door hardware custom fit to cut your hand when opening in the dark …  9) The not

5 Reasons To Get Building Stage Inspections

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Building stage inspections save you time, stress and money!  Building a new home is a daunting task and without building stage inspections you are vulnerable and will have to rely heavily on professional help to end up with a defect free

Pre-Handover Home Inspection – Do You Really Need One?

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Building your new home can be exciting, stressful and filled with anticipation … Finally, the building of your new home is finished and you are well and truly ready to move in! However, is your new home really ready for you? Is

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