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New Construction Building Inspections


A building inspection can be instrumental to an on time, hassle free building experience. Precision Builders Australia offer building inspection services specialising in new construction inspections.

If you are building a new house it is recommended you obtain a building inspection at site stage (dilapidation report), slab stage, frame/ pre-lining stage, waterproofing stage, practical completion stage, warranty stage, or at any time you are concerned with your build to ensure your method of construction and workmanship meet and comply with relevant industry standards and building codes.

 

It is paramount you get a licensed builder to carry out these inspections. We are now amid a construction boom, in a fast paced industry unfortunately mistakes can be made and things can be missed, this can be a costly misadventure. Having a qualified professional inspect your build is a sure way to make sure you get what you are paying for and guarantee compliance. Defects can be rectified if they are found at the right time.

 

Having independent inspections carried out during construction of your new house can help aid in a smooth building process, eliminate delays and protect your investment well into the future, beyond given warranty periods. We provide a practical approach and are mindful to maintain a positive relationship between you and your builder.

 

Our comprehensive building inspections include intensive scrutiny on several aspects including the structure, finish, condition and safety of your house. We used specialised moisture detecting equipment during our inspections. Get peace of mind, Inspect to be informed.

 

Pre-Purchase Building Inspections

 

We provide comprehensive pre-purchase building inspection services with detailed reports of findings. Arming buyers with the knowledge and information required to make an informed decision on the purchase of a propertry in regards to the condition and quality of the building and structural aspects of the home.

 

Avoid problems and extra costs later on by knowing as much as you can about the condition of a property before you buy it. This information can be used to negotiate on price if there are building repairs that are required. 

 

Have your inspection carried out by a fully licensed builder with adequate insurance cover to ensure a professional and expert indepth inspection to identify building issues. 

 

Our Inspection process involves-

  • A client briefing, where you can discuss any issues or concerns.
  • An on site thorough inspection, carried out by a fully licensed builder.
  • An in-depth inspection report with photos and descriptions, in accordance with relevant Australian Standards (AS 4349.0-2007), the National Construction Code (NCC) also known as the Building Code of Australia (BCA) and standards and tolorances. This will be emailed to you and it is to be forwarded onto the supervisor for assessment. This report becomes your evidence to ensure compliance.
  • Ongoing support is provided throughout the process.

Defects: Defects are categorised into the following areas.  

  • Damage: (visual disruption resulting in loss of value or the impairment of usefulness)
  • Distortion, warping, twisting: (a change in a shape of an image resulting from imperfections)
  • Water penetration: (the egress or entry of forms of water and dampness)
  • Material deterioration: (alteration of the products original intended finish)
  • Operational: (fit for proper functioning and /or ready for use) 
  • Installations & Appearance: (inappropriate fitting and finish of a products intended use)
  • Incomplete Works (works that need to be completed prior to the next stage)
  • Safety: (a duty to report on these issues to bring it to the attention of the homeowner)
  • Defective Works: (marked by subnormal structure or function and a general word for a kind of imperfection)
  • Non Compliant Works: (works that are to be completed as per relevant Australian Standards and or Codes)
  • Inconsistent Works: (Items not the same throughout and having self-contradictory and conflicting elements)