- PRE PURCHASE AND PRE SALES INSPECTIONS
- FULL WRITTEN AND VERBAL REPORTS
- HOUSE INSPECTIONS
- METH TESTING
- SAFE AND SANITARY REPORT
- SOLUTIONS TO ANY PROBLEMS AND ADVICE
What is a Full Written Report
The Full Written Report will document the condition of the foundations, structure, exterior, roof, plumbing, electrical, interior, insulation/ventilation, security, and pests. Random moisture testing is done around windows and doors with a moisture meter, so this will be documented. The condition of major problem areas of the house such as under the floor, the ceiling space, and the wall cavities will also be itemized. Not only that, you’ll get photos demonstrating the problem areas included in your report.
The inspection report provides you with all the info you need to know about buying a property safely and highlights any major problems.
What is a Verbal Report
The Verbal Report is verbal by nature. Should there be any major concerns, we discuss them over the phone but no written report is generated.
Safe and Sanitary Reports
Due to many of the building structures and alterations in New Zealand having been done before the new building code of compliance regulations came in in 1992, often the bank or insurance company like to ensure the structure is safe and sanitary.
Do not confuse a safe and sanitary report with a letter of acceptance.
A safe and sanitary report is a report provided by an independent inspector stating if a building is “safe and sanitary”. These reports are not logged with the council and carry no weight with the council as such.
A letter of acceptance is a letter provided by a council representative (in some cases) to state the council accept the structure is there, but they accept no liability. We do not do letters of acceptance.