When you buy a rental property, commercial building, or home, it is important to obtain an unbiased, accurate, and reliable evaluation from the best building inspectors Tauranga, Whakatane, Rotorua. It is important to know what you are investing in, and one of these building reports can offer vital information and what is at stake, before you make a commitment that you might later regret.
What Is A Property Report?
A comprehensive pre-purchase and property check building-inspection report from building inspectors Tauranga, Whakatane, Rotorua is one of the easiest and most thorough ways to uncover or detect any problems with a property that might not be apparent to either the inexperienced or naked eye.
A pre-purchase building inspection does not involve giving the property a “pass or fail”. Instead, the building inspector like Bay Building Inspections will provide you with a report that honestly describes the current condition of commercial premises or residential homes. The report will also include information on how the property was maintained along with highlighting any areas that require immediate repairs, or what may require attention into the future.
The building report by building inspectors Tauranga, Whakatane, Rotorua, covers:
carports and garages
Paths, drainage, patios, decks, driveways, fencing, trees, retaining walls, and trees
Gully traps, downpipes, and guttering
Fascia, roof cladding, penetrations, eaves, chimneys, fascia, flashings, aerials
Ceilings, walls, window joinery, doors, floor coverings, insects and pests, electrical, insulation, fittings, and fixtures
Flashings, cladding, footings, joinery, painted surfaces, foundations
Tapware, showers, cabinetry, baths, toilets, and plumbing
Tapware, plumbing, oven, joinery units
Non-invasive moisture check, and infrared inspections, both out and inside
Additions and alterations, ceiling space, sub-floor, insulation, and the overall condition of the building
– Building Regulations
Conformity with the latest building regulations and Code of Compliance
These reports will include general comments along with suggestions for recommended actions.
How Are Building Reports Useful:
# For Sellers
– Provides buyers with a comprehensive picture
– Helps to speed up a sale process for a buyer
For vendors, a pre-purchase building inspection can be used for identifying any areas that may be of concern, which allows these to be repaired before they become a point of negotiation. Providing pre-sale inspection reports as a part of the sales package provides a prospective buyer with confidence helping the vendor to sell a property or home more quickly.
# For Buyers
– Identify issues with the purchase
– Helps the buyer to determine the budget that will be required for maintenance and repairs
Before purchasing a home, the buyer if offered a “conditional period” to gather the information that they need to arrive at a well-informed decision. A pre-purchase building inspection offers buyers protection when it comes to the unknown.
Every building inspection that is performed by Bay Building Inspections is completely confidential and independent. These inspections are also carried out to the residential-property inspection standards NZS:4306 2005 in New Zealand. After a complete investigation, building inspectors Tauranga, Whakatane, Rotorua provides a report in detail, to inform the seller or potential buyer of exactly what they are selling or buying.