To the untrained eye a house may look good on the surface, however, only a qualified and accredited inspector with ‘extensive inspections’ experience will be able to tell you if there are any problems or issues you need to be aware of at a property. From a brand new home to a Victorian era cottage, all houses may contain defects and safety hazards; in some cases they are deliberately concealed by a seller to pass the problems onto an unsuspecting buyer!
At SIBI we aim to help buyers and sellers get a clear understanding of potential problems in a house and facilitate an open and transparent exchange of information during contract negotiations. Our comprehensive reports will also ensure sellers don’t encounter any costly surprises during the sale of a property. Our property inspection services are even sought after by many builders and engineers wanting professional advice from inspectors with ‘extensive inspections’ experience when they are buying their own homes.
If you are considering buying a property one of the first things you will need to do is get a building inspection report ……buyers who skip this step could find themselves with a property requiring major building repairs and long term problems.
Timber Pest Reports
Termites are a problem for home owners all over the world and if present on a property, can cost thousands of dollars to eradicate. These tiny insects can live for years in your home, destroying it from the inside out, and you may not even know they are there.
If you are considering buying a property one of the first things you will need to do is get a timber pest inspection report……buyers who skip this step could find themselves with a termite-infested property, and a number of long-term problems.
Strata Inspection Reports
As an apartment or unit owner you can be responsible for issues which arise in and around the entire strata property, beyond the reach of your own apartment or unit.
If you are considering buying an apartment or unit one of the first things you will need to do is get a strata inspection report……buyers who skip this step could find themselves paying unexpected levies for major building repairs or upgrades.