DIY Home Inspection
Putting up your home for sale is never an easy journey to undertake. Renovating the home to ensure it’s in the best shape and finding a sale value that is not too low or too high. Then there is letting strangers into your home to view and answering all of their questions. However, before you begin this journey, there are plenty of tasks to complete.
Building and Pest Inspection - Keep timber crear of the ground
Home Warranty Insurance Scheme - Building Defect Inspection
Building and Pest Inspections - Physical Termite Barriers
N0 8. Spalling of Concrete Piers (Stumps)
N0 7. Cracking and Movement
Why Don’t Pre-Purchase Building Inspections Cover Plumbing and Electrical Work?
No 6. Ceiling Damp Stain - Is The Roof Leaking?
Building & Pest Inspection - Building Work Not Conforming To any Recognised Standard - Shoddy Work
No 5. Leaking Shower Closet
New Home Build Handovers and Stage Inspections.
Pre-Purchase Inspections - Termite Activity - Shelter Tubes
The home is where the heart is, and you want your family and friends to be happy and comfortable inside it. But just as the home can be a comfortable space, it can also pose a danger to loved ones if not taken care of. Dampness can cause and trigger a variety of health problems that can have lasting effects on a family. That is why conducting a building and pest inspection in Logan is recommended.
There are plenty of myths abound when it comes to getting pre-purchase building inspections for property in Brisbane. From the myth that all home inspectors are qualified and have the necessary experience to be trusted and do a good job. Such a myth is false and might leave one open to a scam artist who will leave trick you into believing that a building is safe and might put your family and friends in danger.
No 4 - New High Rise Apartment Defects - Water Ingress
Before handing over your home to the sales agents to advertise and put it up for sale, there is one thing homeowners tend to forget; and that is the roof. Because it is high up, one can be forgiven for overlooking it. However, a roof is as vital to a home as the windows, doors and electricity and it should be treated as such. Any fault with the roof may set back family hundreds of dollars or lower the price listing of the home.