Building & Pest Inspections, Pre-sale Reports, New Home Inspections, Unit Inspections

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Lyctus borer (powder post beetle)

These borers only attack the sapwood of certain susceptible species of hardwood timber Since it is a requirement that structural timbers contain no more than 25 Lyctus susceptible sapwood these borers are not normally associated with structural damage Replacement of affected timbers is not recommended and treatment is not approved Where decorative timbers are affected the emergence holes may be considered unsightly in which case... Keep Reading

Timber Pest Inspection Agreement

For information on pre-purchase pest inspections enquire today with our office on 1300 556 156.   AS4349.3-2010 Pre-Purchase Timber Pest Inspection To avoid any misunderstanding as to the type of inspection We will carry out and as to the scope of the resulting report You should immediately read sign and return the white copy of this agreement to Us If You fail to return the copy to... Keep Reading

Building Inspection Agreement

For information on pre-purchase building inspections enquire today with our office on 1300 556 156.   Inspection amp Report The inspection will be of the Building Elements as outlined in Appendix C of AS4349.1-2007 except for Strata title properties where the inspection will be according to Appendix B of AS4349.1-2007. We will carry out the inspection and report ordered by You in accordance with this agreement and You... Keep Reading

Building and Pest Inspection – Subfloor

Another reason to get a building and pest inspection Sub-floors within houses provide a wealth of information which is useful to prospective buyers The sub-floor can reveal any moisture related problems such as leaking wet areas bathrooms kitchens laundries site drainage issues lack of adequate structural support or subsiding piers/footings as well as evidence of termite entry wood rot and mortar decay The subfloor is... Keep Reading

Building and Pest Inspection – another item we assess is the Location of Garden Beds

During a Building and Pest Inspection we assess the location of garden beds relative to the property Garden beds are not recommended against the side of buildings Excessive watering can cause a range of moisture related problems If gardens are located against a building they should be kept below internal floor levels by a minimum of 75mm so that entry by termites into the building... Keep Reading