Under Construction Inspection
The greater majority of persons who have entrusted a builder to construct their new home do not engage an independent building insepctor until they or one of their friends notice a defect and then get a negative response from the builder. It is suggested that an indendenat experienced building inspector who will work in your best interests provide you with a comprehensive typed individual building report at critical stages of the home's construction.
Each home is different and rather than spend more money than nessessary on an often unnessessary inspection stage report we request that you email us your building plans (your builder will be able to provide you with an electronic copy) and at no cost or obligation we will assess the homes design, construction materials, the site and expected engineering and then recommend which inspections are ideal for your individual home and provide fixed pricing for each inspection.
Typically for most homes the recommendated inspections include Plate Height (completion of brickwork) and Roof Frame followed by a Practical Completion Inspection.
Each inspection details all works performed at the time of insepction and the individual building report is fully described and worded in simple language which you can then forward onto the Builder.
Above: Example of non-compliant Brickwork (Incorrectly bonded brickwork).