Services we provide are;
- Practical Completion/Handover Inspections
- 3, 6, or 12 Month Maintenance Inspections
Final inspection peace of mind for owners and investors
For more than 20 years we have helped over 100,000 buyers of new homes and units to have peace of mind that what they are buying meets industry standards.
Visit our photo gallery to see what we have found in routine inspections!
We provide final quality reports on new homes and units including a combined external and internal quality assurance inspection report.
During our inspection at handover we use easily identifiable, removable tape to assist trades and the builder to quickly locate and identify areas that require attention. Any other defects are also noted in our report for action.
Our reports are produced on site where possible at the completion of inspections so that no time is lost in getting builders and trades onto rectification works. Our reports are not simple checklists or “Tick and Flick.” They are tailored reports, specific to each and every inspection.
We mediate between the builder and the client to resolve any issues and alleviate any friction over the identified defects.
We are even engaged by builders to provide final inspection reports. This is because our reports are completely professional and above all, unbiased. Whether you are the purchaser of a property, a builder, a developer a property manager, a sales agent or a marketer, if you engage us, we will use the same methodology and rigour to ensure that all defects and issues are identified clearly.
Please note: We do not check full specifications and do not become involved in contractual issues.
Maintenance Period Inspections
We also conduct 3, 6 or 12 month maintenance inspections during the defects liability period. A builder must conduct these compulsory inspections provided the new owner requests them. We can assist by conducting an inspection on your behalf to identify any problems. Some items we find at a maintenance inspection include, cracking in plasterboard or cornices, cracked floor tiles from movement, binding internal doors, leaking traps under sinks or basins and the breakdown of sealant.