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Expert Inspector

Our inspectors are all trade experts and qualified building inspectors. We have 30+ years of experience within the building Industry. The experienced and expertise for all your Inspections needs.

Detailed Reports

Your PPI Building Report is designed to make it easy for you to understand what’s going on with the property and it provides an overall assessment of the properties condition.


Our reports include clear photos and assessments on the properties:

Pre-purchase Inspection Report

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A building inspection is just one check you can get done before buying a property. It is sometimes referred to as a ‘standard property report’.

A pre-purchase building inspection is an assessment of a property’s condition that is conducted by a qualified inspector. The building inspection report is a written account of the property’s condition. It covers everything from faulty roofs to rising damp and cracked walls, safety hazards and generally includes information on whether these faults can be repaired and by whom.

It is usually carried out before you exchange sale contracts so you can identify problems which, if left unchecked, could prove costly to repair.

A lot of buyers ask their inspectors to check for pest damage during the inspection, too. This usually costs a little extra, but is generally advisable, given the extensive damage termites and other pests can cause. These checks are particularly important for older homes.

Pre-sale Inspection Report

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A pre-sale inspection is another check that you get done before selling a property.

This may be a sound idea to undertake before you put your property on the market to reach your maximum sale price.

Have a Pre-Purchase Inspection done, fix all those problem areas before you sell, then in-turn sell for maximum return. This can be a huge advantage to reaching your maximum potential on sale day. 

If you are auctioning your property have a report prepared so that on auction day potential buyers can bid with added confidence.

Rental Property Conditions Report

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Condition Reports record the general state of repair and condition of the rental premises at the beginning of the tenancy.

If an issue arises about damage or disrepair to the premises, the Condition Report is used as evidence by the Tribunal or Court to determine who is liable.

This is important for determining how the Rental Bond should be paid out, or whether compensation should be paid to the landlord.
The tenant and landlord should each retain at least one copy of the Condition Report during the tenancy.

Handover Inspection Report

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A handover inspection is a report for the buyer of a newly constructed home and takes place prior to the buyer taking possession of their new home, once the building work has been completed. 

It's generally the final stage in the construction of a home or unit, and an essential step in the home building process so that buyers can be certain that the work carried out on their new home has been done to the agreed standards and properly completed. 

As an independent party, we work for the buyer to identify any outstanding defects and/or incomplete finishes, making sure the building will meet industry standards and agreed contracted standards. A handover inspection and report highlights in detail any minor defects in quality, omissions, imperfections, as well as general building defects and poor workmanship, following a thorough inspection of all areas of the new property (internal and external). 

This is an overall report where we are looking to ensure that the property is complete and ready for the new buyer to move in.

Dilapidation Report

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Change and growth in any neighbourhood is the mark of a thriving community.

New growth is often marked by the arrival of construction teams preparing to develop or build new property for commercial or residential claim. For most people, growth and development in your street is a good thing, but what happens if you suspect that work about to take place on a property close to yours may damage the integrity of your dwelling? It’s a scenario that sometimes ends in conflict, but dilapidation report can resolve a number of woeful situations.

Dilapidation reports are an analysis of the current condition of Property A before construction goes ahead on another Property B, which is within the immediate vicinity of Property A. A dilapidation report minimises potential conflict between the main parties affected, and is a necessary precaution for property owners concerned about the event of damage being inadvertently done to their assets.  

Before a construction team can get to work on any new developments in an existing property, they need to make a record of the current condition of the building conditions before work begins.

Dilapidation reports are carried out by a professional provider who specialises in building inspections. Usually, the property owner will seek out a dilapidation report so that documentation can allow work to progress.

A dilapidation report usually takes place in 2 separate stages:

  • Prior to any work on a property taking place, a report is filed on the structure and integrity of a property.
  • After the work is completed, another report is conducted that analyses whether any property damage has occurred.

Dilapidation reports are effective ways for builders and developers to progress work without dispute.  Making the effort to have a dilapidation report conducted can shed light on any undetected damage as well as confirm expected problems with authority.

Particularly in the case of heavy construction, carrying out a dilapidation report is essential. Removal of high volumes of earth, demolishment of existing structures and the stress of heavy machinery can all make a significant impact on the integrity of a property.

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