Comprehensive Structural Pre-Purchase Building Inspection

A Comprehensive Inspection is a visual assessment of accessible areas of a property to identify Major Structural Defects to the Structural (Primary) and (Secondary) Elements of the building, and to form an opinion regarding the general condition of the structure.

Primary Elements Include:

  • Footings
  • Floor Structure and Floorboards
  • Internal and External Walls
  • Roof and Ceiling Frames
  • Structural Steel Items, such as Lintels and Beams
  • Structural Damp Issues
  • External Retaining Walls over 700mm in Height

Secondary Elements Include:

  • Accessible Roof Cover and Flashings
  • Gutters and Downpipes
  • Windows, Doors and Frames
  • Bathroom, Toilet and Laundry Moisture Testing
  • Defects to Cabinetry, Cabinet Tops and Ceramic Tiling
  • Visual Appraisal of Plumbing and Electrical Fixtures and Fittings

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