Casey Building Inspections Ignoring Mould? It’s costing everyone
Casey Building Inspections Ignoring Mould? It’s costing everyone
2018-04-17 | by admin

Never ignore the signs of mould in any home, especially one you’re considering purchasing. While it is true that in a lot of cases, mould is treatable, it can also point to complicated and potentially expensive problems in a home you might otherwise really want to buy. If you’re not sure, make ..

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How to Spot Termites – and get rid of them
How to Spot Termites – and get rid of them
2018-03-16 | by admin

Termites are those sneaky creatures that live in your home and, despite being tiny, can do a huge amount of damage to timber structures. Often, they hide so well that you don't know they're there until the damage is already done.Usually, you need someone that knows where to look to eradicate ter..

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Why do You Need a Professional Handover Inspection?
Why do You Need a Professional Handover Inspection?
2018-02-27 | by admin

Whether you're buying a property for your family home, or making a new investment for your portfolio, there seems to be no end to the elements you have to consider to be sure you're getting what you paid for.Often, buyers rely on builders to make a final inspection, but this isn't always the bes..

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Top 10 Home Inspection Nightmares – Don’t Fall Victim
Top 10 Home Inspection Nightmares – Don’t Fall Victim
2017-08-17 | by cb_admin

Our Building inspectors often come across major building defects from do it your self home renovators and dodgy contractors, some of these can have  can have a lasting effect on the quality of your home and some can cause major structural defects others are major safety hazards. So sit back relax a..

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How to organise a building inspection
How to organise a building inspection
2017-06-18 | by cb_admin

Building Inspections Melbourne If you are planning to buy a property, it is advised that you hire a professional building inspector that will work for you and in your favour to offer you the best services when it comes to the inspection of the home.So how do you ensure the process runs smoothly..

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Top 10 Signs of Structural Damage to Houses
Top 10 Signs of Structural Damage to Houses
2016-10-05 | by cb_admin

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Everyone deserves to feel safe and comfortable in their own home, so it can be particularly stressful when signs of structural damage are identified. From uneven floors and warped ceilings through to exposed gaps between walls, pest infestations, and more, there ar..

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Buying Property? Why You Need a Pre-Purchase Termite Inspection
Buying Property? Why You Need a Pre-Purchase Termite Inspection
2016-10-04 | by cb_admin

Would you ever purchase a used car without taking it for a test drive first to see how well it performed? It’s only natural to want to try before you buy to make sure everything is perfect before you commit to a purchase. So when it comes to making what will be one of the biggest purchases of your..

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Do You Need a Structural Engineer Home Inspection?
Do You Need a Structural Engineer Home Inspection?
2016-09-12 | by cb_admin

A standard pre-purchase building inspection or pest inspection of a property is an excellent way to safeguard yourself against having to spend thousands on repairs in the future. However, if the property you’re looking at has certain defects uncovered during your standard pre purchase building ins..

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What Does a Building Inspector Look For ?
What Does a Building Inspector Look For ?
2016-09-06 | by cb_admin

Nowadays, it's becoming commonplace to employ the services of a building inspector prior to purchasing a property. A property is the biggest investment you will ever make, so naturally you're going to want to know everything there is to know about the house you're considering buying. After all, th..

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What is Rising Damp?
What is Rising Damp?
2016-08-29 | by cb_admin

During your pre purchase building inspection our inspector will check for rising damp. So what is it and why is it a problem. Rising damp occurs when moisture from ground water moves vertically up a wall through the fine pores in masonry or brick. In most cases, it won’t reach above a height of 1..

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