Building Inspection Noosa – Sunshine Coast

Laguna Pre Purchase Inspections Noosa – Sunshine Coast can refer an independent building inspector to you that are highly trained builders that have been in the building industry for many years and have extensive expert knowledge. We do not carry out the building inspections and we believe that should be left to the expert in the building industry as we believe that a builder is not an expert on termites. We can recommend to you the most highly qualified builders that we have personally worked alongside.

The purpose of a building inspection is to report the findings so that you the potential purchaser can make an informed decision prior to the purchase. The building inspector can arrange with you to perform the inspection at the same time as our timber pest inspector. It is in our opinion that the potential purchaser is better served by (TWO PAIR OF EYES) to gain a thorough and unbiased report.

Laguna Pre Purchase Inspections Noosa will refer you to a builder who will provide you with an accurate & informative pre purchase building inspection report that will help you make the right decision about purchasing a property. We strongly recommend that all prospective buyers arrange to have a pre purchase building inspection performed!

Common faults in Qld homes can include timber rot, dampness & cracking Poor surface drainage can affect foundations & termite barriers.

  • The owner will do whatever it takes to sell their house:

Some vendors will go to great lengths to conceal defects from concealing cracks, rendering brick walls & even falsifying building approvals. It is not in the vendor’s best interest to disclose a list of potential faults within their home.

  • The real estate is not working for you.

The real estate is working for the vendor. Real estates do not ideally want a building/pest inspection done as it can quite often jeopardise their sale & commission. Re-negotiation of the purchase price might have to take place. The real estate has been employed by the vendor to get the best possible price for their house.

  • New homes still need pre purchase inspections

Regardless of the materials used, the quality of construction or the integrity of the builder, defects of one kind or another can also occur in new homes.