Building Inspections are required in several situations. The most common are:
A building inspection is essential if you plan to buy a property. But who can you trust to perform a building inspection? In this article, we will explore five of the most important things to check before engaging a Building Inspector.
Currently the building inspection industry is unregulated in South Australia meaning an inspector can be unlicensed. This means pretty much anyone can download a checklist from the web and start offering inspection services.
Luckily, there is a group of professionals who are licensed – Builders. At Select Building Inspections, we licensed Builders and are more than qualified to inspect your property. Having had years of experience we are ideally placed to inspect your property.
Same day Report
When contacting a building inspector, check how quickly they will produce the report. In the house buying process, every minute counts. It is often not practical to be waiting several days or a week for an inspection report to come through. Banks, insurance companies, and solicitors are all wanting to get a copy to proceed with their work. At Select Building Inspections, we always produce the inspection report on the same day. Not only is this helpful for the client, but also ensures the report is written while the house is still “fresh in the mind” of the Inspector. Filling in the form at a later day risks the possibility of confusion between houses and inaccurate recording.
What is Inspected?
The Building Inspector will check many items relating to the property. Some of the most common areas checked include:
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