Property Inspections in Botany, Sydney – Pre Purchase, Pest, Building Dilapidation Reports, & Pool InspectionsChandra Shekhar Pandey
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The importance of getting a professional pre purchase home inspection as a buyer.
When buying a house, unit or commercial building, it is vital that you obtain a building inspection report and in most cases you will also need a timber pest inspection report as well.
These reports provide you (the potential purchaser) with a thorough understanding concerning the condition of the building and the surrounding structures. With this information, you can be completely happy moving forward with your new acquisition or you can negotiate the asking price and then budget for any possible repairs that need to be performed.
If you are looking at buying a property in Sydney get in touch with Sean O’Connell. Sean is a member of the Master Builders Association; Doric Property Inspections are fully insured and operates beyond Australian Standards compliance. To know more about our residential and commercial property inspections and pest inspection/ control services in Bellevue Hill contact Sean O’Connell .
When you hire a building inspector in Sydney to perform a pre-purchase inspection of any residential or commercial property, these reports must meet the Australian Standard AS 4349.1 – 2007; pest inspections must also comply with the Australian Standard AS4349.3.2010
If your inspector does not comply with these standards, then you cannot be sure that your reports are comprehensive and complete. Inadequate inspections can result in possible omissions, which can mean that you might pay more for the property than appropriate, given its current condition.
So it is vital that you ensure that any building inspector that you employ to perform a pre-purchase commercial or residential property inspection in Sydney fully complies with the Australian Standards.
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At Doric Property Inspections we not only comply with all Australian Standards, but we exceed them and give you even more information than required by these standards. We are also fully insured, so you don’t have any worries with public liability or professional indemnity.
Our reports are compiled on a room by room basis for example (with photographs of the property and defects)–condition of the doors, floor, walls, ceilings, services, sub floor and roof void where applicable and we do not just follow the common tick sheet used by other building consultants in Sydney.
We advise on smoke alarms for compliance with Australian Standards.
Doric Property Inspection reports are easy to read, without the typical builders jargon as in some reports.
For example we provide information on:
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We also offer a free service included at the time of inspection – where any future additions or changes to the building that you may be considering, can be discussed. This takes all the worry away from wondering whether you can actually achieve your plans for the property and you can confidently move ahead with the purchase.
FREE post-inspection advice
At Doric Property Inspections we encourage you to call us after reading the reports (even though the reports are generally written in layman’s terms). You might just want to clarify a point or two or ask about possible future repairs that may be required on the property. So it is always good to catch up on the phone, once you have read the report, so you are sure that we have ticked all the boxes for you.
Botany is a suburb in south-eastern Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. Botany is located 11 kilometres south of the Sydney central business district and is part of the Bayside Council.
Botany sits on the northern shore of Botany Bay, east of Sydney Airport, adjacent to the suburbs of Mascot, Banksmeadow, Pagewood and Port Botany.
Botany Bay is where Captain James Cook first landed on 29 April 1770, when navigating his way around Australia on his ship, the Endeavour. The ship’s English botanist Joseph Banks and Swedish assistant botanist Daniel Solander, spent several days on shore collecting vast numbers of specimens, that were previously unknown in Europe. Cook’s journals first referred to the bay as Sting Rays’ Harbour, then later Botanist Bay and finally both these names were crossed out and replaced with Botany Bay. The suburb name comes from the bay it stands on.