Have you ever visited an old home and noticed some downstairs rooms have a damp smell or stains on the walls?
It’s mostly common knowledge now that once you find a Sydney home you’re thinking of buying, the next step is to get a building and pest inspection. But what happens next?
When a building and pest inspector looks at the subfloor of a home it’s like lines on a face – it can tell us so much about a home.
Know the building report lingo – know your building
We put together our building and pest inspection reports in a way that’s easy to understand. But sometimes people want a little more context on the terminology inspectors use. Continue reading “Translating Building & Pest Inspection Reports”
One of the biggest issues for a home is moisture and water damage. It’s one of the main things our inspectors are looking for when performing building and pest inspections, and it’s what you should take seriously in your building report.
New regulations were introduced in Western Australia last year, requiring homes built in bushfire prone areas to meet guidelines designed to reduce the risk of fire damage.
A common problem found in Sydney homes is blocked gutters and poor storm water drainage.
While purchasing a property is a very exciting time in ones life it can become a nightmare if the buyer does any of these three things: Continue reading “Big Mistakes Property Buyers Make”
“I should have had my own inspection done prior to the sale, so there wouldn’t have been any surprises and I could have had all the issues attended to beforehand”.
Read five great reasons as to why you should have a Building Inspection BEFORE you purchase a home in Perth North: