Construction and building inspectors spend a great time inspecting worksites, alone or as part of a team. Some inspectors may have to go up ladders or crawl in tight spaces. Many work full time during regular business hours.
About Building Inspections
A building inspection is an inspection that checks for defects in a property, either before buying a home, after renovations have been done, or after a new building has been completed. Building inspections can be done on their own or in combination with a pest inspection or other more detailed inspections. You can think of a building inspection as provide you with a perfect summary of the property that you are currently concerned with.
What Do Building Inspections Cover?
A building inspection will generally cover the following things:
- The electrical work on the property
- All plumbing and drainage
- The conditions of the windows and doors
- Any fittings and fixtures within the home
- All joinery (kitchen cabinetry, cupboards etc)
- Under floor space
- The roof and roof space
- Retaining walls
- Outbuildings (sheds etc)
- Guttering and downpipes
Be aware that a standard building inspection will only report on the condition of the property. It will not include estimates for the cost of repairing any problems that are found. Standard building inspections also will not report on minor problems (such as cosmetic issues) or if termites were found. If you need this additional information, you may need a special purpose property report on top of the building inspection or a pest inspection.
Who Does Building Inspections?
Building inspections must be carried out by an educated building inspector who is fully authorized and insured. Experience is a must as an experienced inspector will be able to find things that may otherwise remain hidden. Ideally, they will also be fully accredited by the relevant body. When carrying out the building inspection and also when writing the report. The building report should be delivered to you in plain, easy to understand language and it should contain information on all areas of the building that was inspected.
Before hiring a building inspector, it is a good idea to ask for a quote first, as well as the estimated time it will take them to do the building inspection and deliver the report to you. The time taken can be quite important if you are waiting on the building inspection to buy a property or to rectify any issues with your builder.
Get Quality Building Inspections
Purchasing a new home or property in Fort Myers Fl is a massive step in your life that will affect your future for years. Buying a home that carries defects you can’t see, however, may end up costing you a lot of money and headache. Precise Building Inspections will help you make an educated decision when you’re looking to buy a building with high-quality building inspections in Fort Myers. Well-trained inspectors who have an eye for spotting imperfections in building exteriors and interiors will turn around clear building inspections reports within a day so you promptly know what damage and expenses you may be facing if you purchase a new building. Precise Property Inspections thorough work will reveal defects in any parts of your building if you have any concerns as to the structural integrity of your building.