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.
Suburbs bordering Newcastle CBD like Newcastle East, The Hill and Cooks Hill are home to a fine collection of Victorian terrace houses. These three and two-storey terrace houses are a powerful reminder of Newcastle’s rich history and much work has gone into maintaining their integrity. Continue reading “Common Problems With Newcastle’s Terrace Houses”
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.
By now most people know if you’re buying a home it’s important to have an experienced inspector do a building and pest report so you know what you’re getting yourself into.
Read five great reasons as to why you should have a Building Inspection BEFORE you purchase a home in Perth North:
Ageing apartments in suburbs around Sydney, particularly in the eastern suburbs, lower north shore and southern beach suburbs, should be knocked down to make way for more modern replacements.
Read five of the most common problems we have found while conducting building inspections in Perth’s Northern suburbs.
It is very important that your building and structural inspection is carried out by a registered building professional. Someone with up-to-date qualifications and experience. A registered builder is familiar with all areas of construction and will ensure your home complies with current Australian Building Standards and Codes.