Building Inspections Berwick

Property is one of the most significant investments you can make, which is why it’s important to be aware of any defects that may reduce its value. At Casey Building Inspections, we provide professional building inspections in Berwick that are thorough and carried out by a qualified engineer.

Our pre-purchase building inspections help empower buyers, putting them in a position from which they can negotiate a better purchase price.

Comprehensive Building Reports

From termite inspections to dilapidation reports, our goal is to uncover and document every defect as well as offer recommendations for rectification. The time needed to conduct a comprehensive report will depend on the size of the property and the number of problems. Fortunately, Casey Building Inspections doesn’t charge by the hour, making us the most cost effective choice.

Following the inspection, we will provide a detailed report of your professional building inspection for your Berwick property, on the same day. Featuring full descriptions and colour photographs, our reports are written in non-technical terms and formatted in an easily readable way.

All Your Important Pre-Purchase Inspections Covered

Unlike the infamous Clayton South UFO sighting of 1966, there won’t be any unidentified objects or hazards once Casey Building Inspections has completed a pre-purchase inspection of your potential new home.

  • Our aim is to offer the best local building inspector  service possible for new home buyers or those buying an investment property in Berwick
  • All our building and Pest Inspections are carried out by a qualified engineer and certified termite inspector. Your inspection will cover structural defects and be carried out to Australian standard As 4349-1-2007 and AS 4349.3-2010.

Location Data

Berwick is a suburb in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 41 kilometres south-east of Melbourne’s central business district. Its local government area is the City of Casey. At the 2016 Census, Berwick had a population of 47,674. 
Postal code: 3806
State electorate(s): Gembrook; Narre Warren North; Narre Warren South
Hotels: 3-star averaging $104. 
University: Monash University, Berwick campus

Berwick History


Berwick Lookout

The town of Berwick was originally part of the Cardinia Creek run. Subdivision started in 1854 and a store, post office, hotel and other businesses were established. Wheat, barley and potatoes were grown, with a flour mill operating for several years. Dairy farming and cheese making later became the main activities. The Berwick Agricultural Society, originally started in 1848 as the Mornington Farmers’ Society, is one of the oldest farmers’ societies in Victoria.

A quarry opened in 1859 to supply ballast for the railway line along the same route, which opened in 1877, and a spur line was constructed to Berwick railway station to transport the metal. The site of the quarry is now occupied by Wilson Botanic Park. From 1861 until 1902, Berwick was also the headquarters of the Shire of Berwick, originally formed as the Berwick Roads Board.

Late in the 20th century Melbourne sprawled eastward to Berwick. The surrounding rural land was subdivided becoming a popular destination for first home buyers with the population exploding with new housing developments from the 1990s to the 2000s. Some of the character of the original township has remained.,_Victoria

Get the Assurance You Need With Our Range of Services

In addition to conducting detailed pre-purchase inspections in Berwick, we can also provide assistance with:

  • Termite inspections
  • Pre-purchase inspections
  • Handover reports
  • Special-purpose reports
  • Vendor inspections

Give us a call or, email us at [email protected], or complete an online enquiry form to receive a prompt response from our local building inspector.

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