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 best idea. To be sure that your new home meets industry standards and hasn’t been subject to poor workmanship, you need a handover inspection professional company.
Get Any Final Defects Fixed Before the Final Payment
Locate any defects before you hand over the final payment, so your hired building company can rectify them before you take over the property completely. If you wait until the handover is complete, it can be difficult to get builders back on the job, especially once they assumed it had been completed.
The inspection company can then send a comprehensive report, including detailed descriptions and photos of the defects to the building company for repair
A pre-handover inspection can check the following:
Interior and exterior walls
Ceilings and roof
Fixtures and fittings
And much more!