Premium Pre-Purchase Inspections

Call 131546 and get a quote or book a Premium Pre-Purchase Building Inspection online today.

Jim’s Building Inspections offers Premium Pre-Purchase Building Inspections and Reports. Our Building Inspectors have local knowledge and the extensive industry experience needed to assist you with your Building Inspection and the detection of Termites or Timber Pests.

All our Premium Pre-Purchase Building Inspectors have public liability and professional indemnity insurance, so you can make your next purchase with complete confidence.

Jim’s can often provide same day Premium Pre-Purchase Building Inspection services and provide written reports via email within 24 hours of the inspection being carried out.

If you’re in the process of buying a property, that’s a HUGE accomplishment. But before you sign on the dotted line, it’s important to have a professional come in and assess the condition of the property. This is where a Premium Pre-Purchase Inspection comes in.

A premium pre-purchase inspection is an objective visual examination of the physical structure and systems of a property, from the roof to the foundation. It’s important to have one done before you purchase a property because it can reveal any potential problems that may need to be addressed. Additionally, having a premium pre-purchase inspection can give you leverage when negotiating the final purchase price with the seller.

Why You Need a Premium Pre-Purchase Inspection?

There are many reasons why you should get a pre-purchase inspection done before buying a property. Here are just a few:

  1. To ensure the property is structurally sound. A pre-purchase inspection will assess the condition of the property’s structure, including the foundation, walls, ceilings, floors, and roof. The inspector will look for any signs of damage or deterioration and make note of any repairs that may be needed.
  2. To check for pest related damage. All over Australia, pests like termites can wreak havoc on properties. A pre-purchase inspection will look for any signs of pest infestation or damage and make recommendations for treatment if necessary.
  3. To identify any safety hazards. The inspector will also look for any safety hazards on the property, such as trip hazards, electrical dangers, or gas leaks.
  4. To check for asbestos. If the property was built before 1989, there’s a chance it contains asbestos insulation or other asbestos-containing materials (ACMs). ACMs can be harmful if they’re disturbed, so it’s important to have them assessed by a trained professional prior to purchase.
  5. Peace of mind knowing that you’re making a well-informed decision about your future purchase.

If any major problems are found during the inspection, you may want to consider renegotiating your purchase price with the seller or walking away from the deal altogether.

Additionally, if any items identified during the inspection need to be repaired or replaced, you’ll have time to factor those costs into your budget before making your final decision about whether to purchase the property.

Premium Pre-Purchase Building Inspection Checklist

Our comprehensive reports consist of the following information:

  • Documentation of major hazards safety hazards, such as structural issues or the suspected presence of asbestos.
  • Documentation of minor defects, such as expected property maintenance
  • Overview on the presence and/or workings of termites or timber pests
  • Review of any present conditions that may attract or assist termite or timber pest infestation
  • Information on the works that may be required to rectify defects or issues
  • Recommendations of appropriate trades to perform necessary works

All our reports come with detailed photos describing defects and other potential issues.

Upon booking a Premium Pre-Purchase Inspection, our qualified inspectors are insured to assess the extent of Asbestos contained material on your property. We inspect and assess the evidence of Asbestos (ACM) and its condition, to give you an indication of issues you may face when purchasing the property. We also can consult on the safe removal of Asbestos and providing a clearance certificate following removal if required

How Quickly Can I Get a Report?

In most situations, Jim’s Building Inspections can offer same day Premium Pre-Purchase Inspection service and provide reports via email within 24 hours of the inspection being completed.

Benefits of a Building and Pest Inspection Report

Unlike a basic building inspection, Premium Pre-Purchase Building Inspections identify the presence of termites and other pests, as well as highlighting conditions conducive to future activity. Due to the devastating damage termites can cause, these reports are considered vital in most parts of Australia.

If major defects or termite activity is found, our reports provide the knowledge you need to either avoid purchasing the affected property – saving you from stress and financial loss – or assist in negotiating an appropriate price that factors in corrective action that may need to be taken.

By obtaining a Jim’s Premium Pre-Purchase Building Inspection, our clients are also able to plan ahead and factor in any additional costs such as maintenance, repairs and future renovations. Due to the popularity and necessity of these inspections, we offer reports combined at a discounted rate – saving you money and helping you to minimize risk.

To arrange a quote or a Premium Pre-Purchase Building Inspection for a property, call Jim’s Building Inspections on 131546.

Or book your Premium Pre-Purchase Building Inspection service online. Remember, reports can be delivered within 24 hours of inspection.


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