Many people believe they do not need a property defect inspection for new, recently completed or renovated properties. Our experience shows that is definitely not the case. If you don't identify the problems or defects that exist, you will face considerable difficulty and cost getting the contractor to rectify defects in the future, even if mandatory home warranty insurance is in place.
Property Reports make sure you are getting quality workmanship according to the Fair Trading NSW Guide to Standards and Tolerances 2017 and that you are getting what you are paying for. Thousands of buildings are constructed or renovated without any professional quality assurance checks or inspections, this means you take a risk that the new work performed is finished adequately or is defect free (we also provide construction progress inspections).
Our building reports can be given to your builder as a correction list identifying problems or defects with the new building. Property Reports provide you with a report that at the very least recognises and indicates issues or defects that are a concern. Building completion reports should be carried out after all work is completed to a building and preferably before the building is occupied.