Pre-Purchase Building & Pest Inspection
A Pre-Purchase Building Inspection and pest inspection is a visual property inspection that is performed prior to finalising a property sale. It is usually a condition of your purchase contract. If you’re buying a new home, investing in a property or considering renovating your existing home, it’s important to have a combined Pest and Building Inspection conducted. The findings will be documented into one easy to read report, featuring colour photographs. The Pre-Purchase Building Inspection in Brisbane is essential to provide peace of mind for your investment. DedAnt provides Building and Pest Inspections that are conducted to Australian Standards in Brisbane, Redlands, Logan, Scenic Rim, Moreton Region, Ipswich, Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast.
It can be a confusing process, that’s why we take care of the entire booking and liaise between all parties involved.
What’s Included in a Pre-Purchase Building and Pest Inspection?
This is a combined inspection, looking at building issues and pest activity.
The Building inspection is a visual appraisal of the condition of the property, highlighting major and minor defects and safety hazards. The Pest Inspection involves a visual inspection of all accessible areas of the property to see if there is any evidence of active termites or previous termite damage. The inspector will also note whether the property has a termite management system installed.
The house is checked for any high moisture readings especially surrounding the wet areas like bathrooms. Other areas that are checked are the yard and exterior of the building, internal rooms, ceiling roof void and house foundations.
The inspection will be conducted to Australian Standards with the findings fully documented.
Our pre-purchase inspection package includes a 3 Step Process:
- Visual inspection for structural defects.
- Moisture detection using Ultrascan.
- Heat detection using Infrared Thermal Imaging Termitescan.
The inspector is certified and licensed with Queensland Building and Construction Commission (QBCC).
How Do You Check for Termites?
We use the latest technology to see inside walls and ceilings to help detect any termite activity.
This process gives you certainty that you’re making the right decision with the property and peace of mind.
To arrange your inspection, contact us today.