Professional Building Report in Sunshine Coast
Pre-sale building inspections with building report at Sunshine Coast to assist those property owners who are wishing to prepare their property for sale prior to listing with an agent and are popular with sellers who want to have their house ready when a buyer comes along.
Our professional Inspectors conduct a thorough inspection of all accessible areas of the building, in accordance with Australian Standard 4349.1– 1995, looking for defects, problems or potential problems that exist within the building.
Any significant defects are noted in the summary and recommendations on rectification are included in the Report. This building report at Sunshine Coast gives the seller detailed knowledge of the condition of the building structure and prepare for possible contract negotiations.
As a licensed builder we are also able to undertake repairs for termite damage, maintenance and other structural issues for buyers & sellers.
During a Pre-Sale Building Inspection we inspect:
- Interior of the building
- Exterior of the building
- Windows and Window
- Doors and Door Frames
- Downlight safety
- Exterior walls including
- Driveways and water drainage
- Bathrooms, Ensuites, Kitchen, Laundry, WC Stairs
- Balustrades and Handrails
- Plumbing Fixtures and Fittings
- Hot Water Units
- Moisture in wet areas
- Retaining walls
- Bench tops
- Rising Damp
- Roof space framing structures
- Roof coverings
- Vents and Flues
- Fascia’s and Barges
- Subfloor supports
- Within 20m of the house and within the boundaries of the property
- Non-compliant building work
The outcome of building report at Sunshine Coast
A comprehensive electronic report will be provided within 24 hours of completing site inspection where all possible information about the property is mentioned to give you a better view of the condition of the property before selling it.
A Visual Building Inspection comments on structural damage and any conditions conducive to structural damage, as well as any defects in the condition of secondary and finishing elements to the property. Your report will contain a description of the property and the materials used in construction, as well as highlighting any areas that the inspector was unable to access on the day of the inspection.