Building Inspection Langwarrin

Casey Building Inspections offers professional and cost effective pre-purchase building inspections, building and pest inspections, termite inspections, handover inspections and dilapidation reports for Langwarrin home owners and buyers. We give our customers concise, relevant and unbiased information on their homes structural defects, based on a thorough assessment by a qualified engineer and termite inspector.

Conducted according to Australian Standards AS 4349-1-2007 and AS 4349.3-2010, our services for property inspections include:

  • A general assessment of the property
  • Documentation of all serious and minor defects (accompanied by photos and descriptions)
  • Identification of any safety hazards caused by structural issues with decks, roofs and subfloors
  • A thorough pest inspection, including assessment of resulting timber damage and structural defects
  • A clear and detailed same-day report on our findings
  • Recommendations for rectification of defects and hazards

Location Data

Langwarrin is a semi rural suburb on the urban fringe of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 42 km south-east from Melbourne’s central business district. Its local government area is Frankston City.
Area: 23.7 km²
Postal code: 3910
State electorate(s): Hastings
Location: 42 km (26 mi) from Melbourne; 7 km (4 mi) from Frankston
Population: 21,371 (2011 census)
Federal division: Division of Dunkley

Langwarrin History

Langwarrin had two post offices opening after the arrival of the Stony Point railway in 1889, Langwarrin Railway Station on 9 September 1889 and Langwarrin away from the railway on 26 September 1889. Langwarrin closed in 1893 and Langwarrin Railway Station was renamed Langwarrin in 1913.

Until December 1994 Langwarrin was part of the City of Cranbourne, formerly the Shire of Cranbourne. At this time the suburb was moved into City of Frankston as part of statewide reform of local government.
Langwarrin’s most prominent landscape feature is its large Flora and Fauna reserve (formerly the Langwarrin Military Reserve). The nature reserve has many walking tracks and is an ideal place for quiet recreation activities such as walking, nature study and photography.

The Langwarrin Military Reserve was established in 1886 at what was then deemed to be a strategic elevated location for the defence of Port Phillip Bay and Melbourne from seaborne attack. Over time it was extended to its present size of 509 acres (2.06 km2).

Langwarrin skatepark, which has been open for several years.

Lloyd Park. A sport park that has netball and tennis courts. It has three football grounds. It also has a scout centre. It has a football club room which could also be used for cricket.
Cruden Farm, the home of the late Dame Elisabeth Murdoch with its gardens is sometimes open to the public and various events are held there throughout the year.,_Victoria

Get The Assurance You Need With Our Range of Services

Call Casey Building Inspections to arrange your building inspection in Langwarrin today. We can help you uncover hidden problems before they become major issues. Ask us for an obligation-free quote on any of our services, including:

  • Pest inspections
  • Pre-purchase inspections
  • Handover reports
  • Special-purpose reports
  • Vendor inspections
  • Dilapidation reports

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

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