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How long does a building inspection take to complete?

Updated: Feb 21, 2022

The majority of building inspections take 90 minutes to 2 hours on average. The amount varies according to the size of the home. It also depends on the structure of the building, its age, condition, and the number of faults discovered by the building inspector.

A house constructed on stumps vs one built on a concrete slab, for example, is inspected differently. The inspector can investigate under the home where it is accessible if the house is on stumps, but this will take longer. A house built on a concrete slab, on the other hand, has no subfloor and hence takes less time to inspect. Our inspectors, in any case, take their time to complete a thorough and precise job.

The importance of a building inspection

While it's easy to ignore, you should always do your homework and employ an experienced building inspector to assist preserve your hard-earned cash. We're a group of experts who inspect all of a property's accessible places. We search for significant and minor flaws and give our results in a detailed and easy-to-understand report. Inspections are carried out by a licenced builder in Western Australia to ensure you meet the requirements for your financing.

The benefit of hiring an independent inspector is that it will be performed by someone who is more knowledgeable about the technical aspects of the property rather than the emotional aspects. Our inspectors have extensive experience in the construction business, with many having worked in the field for more than 20 years. We've been exposed to residences of various construction kinds and conditions during this time. Our qualified inspectors will take time with you on-site and/or over the phone to clarify key findings and assist you in making the best decision possible when purchasing a home.


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