Before you commit to buying your new property, you need to make sure it is in the best possible condition. Any nasty surprises can cost you, turning your dream project into a financial nightmare.
Without a pre-purchase inspection, you run the risk of buying a property with severe structural issues such as rising damp, sagging roofs, improper drainage or major timber pest damage.
Not only can these issues cost you serious money, but they can also put the health and well-being of your family at risk.
At 360 Degrees Property Inspections, we provide reliable and independent house inspections in Melbourne.
Qualified and Licensed Home Inspectors
Our inspectors are experienced building industry professionals with a thorough understanding of all relevant building codes and regulations. We offer expert home inspections and can provide a detailed condition report within 24 hours of inspection.
Our reports will identify any major or minor defects in the property and help you understand what repairs or investments may be required or recommended before purchasing.
If you’re selling your property, a pre-sale inspection will identify any issues with the house before it goes on the market. This will enable you to best prepare the premise for sale, inspire trust in potential buyers and get the best possible price for your property.
Our comprehensive inspections include:
- Electrical components and safety systems
- Structural integrity and roofing
- Foundation and support structures
- Fences, walkways and driveways
- Water heaters and ventilation
- Heating and air conditioning systems
- Plumbing fixtures, piping and waterproofing
- Sheds, workshops, garages and other external buildings
New or Old Inspections
Whether you’re buying an older one, a recently renovated property, or something newly built, a professional inspection is an important step in any purchase process.
While older properties often have a charm that new properties can’t match, they usually also have their share of problems. Outdated construction techniques, potentially sloppy renovations, and general wear and tear can all lead to significant problems, which our property inspector will identify and document.
New or recently renovated properties can also have serious issues that require attention prior to settlement. Defective or incomplete work by contractors is common in newly built properties. A thorough professional property inspection will identify these issues, ensuring you have them rectified before finalising the purchase.
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We realise the importance of making the right choice while buying the property. Get in touch today and our professional property inspectors will be happy to help.