A House Inspection provides you with a detailed and easy to understand report that identifies all the major defects and safety hazards of a property. Whether it is to look for structural damage to your family home or as a pre purchase building inspection, the valuable information included in a house inspection report can influence the longevity of your property. Furthermore, with Bayside House Inspections you can have complete peace-of-mind as all our house inspections comply with the Australian Standard (AS 4349. 1).
Why Do You Need A House Inspection?
Buying a house is one of the biggest personal commitment in your life. It’s a huge personal expense and you want to ensure you receive value for money. Bayside House Inspections provides fast, thorough and affordable house inspections around Melbourne, Ballarat, Geelong and the Mornington Peninsula. The report will provide you with:
Clear identification of any defects and hazards
Photo evidence of defects
Advice on who can assist in making repairs
Advice on what work will be needed in making repairs
5 Reasons Why You Need A House Inspection Before Buying
Identify Unsafe and Hazardous Areas
Advice on preserving condition of the property
Check for structural damage and advise cost of repair
Safeguard your financial interests
Strengthen negotiating power
We explore these reasons further in our blog, read here
Check Your Home For Defects
A building inspection is recommended if you have noticed any minor defects such as a leaking roof or cracks in brick walls.
A building inspection prior to buying a home will give you a great insight into the cost of repair, or for a home you own, it will also provide a maintenance program on your investment. Ensuring you stay on top of property defects will lead to a higher sale price when you decide to sell. Find out more about the right time to book a building inspection.
What We Look For
We inspect the entire building - even those hard to reach places inside roof voids and under flooring. And because John is a registered builder and a qualified carpenter he knows all the tricks of the trades. This is where you benefit. His extensive building experience means he will go to places others won’t even know about. For more information on how we check for defects read our blog.