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A typical inspection report will generally cover the condition of the building’s interior and exterior as well as its overall structural integrity. Most reports will also include photos of the interior and exterior of the building as well as diagrams of the plumbing system and the electrical infrastructure. These reports can be very technical and difficult to understand so you should make sure you review them carefully before you sign the agreement. Most building inspections will also include a list of recommendations that should help improve the safety of your building. So while the inspection report might seem a bit overwhelming at first, it can actually be quite helpful in identifying potential problems with your building before they become serious.

The average time for an inspection to be completed will vary depending on the size of the building and the scope of work required. Typically, a full inspection of the exterior of a building will take between one and two hours while a more in-depth inspection can take anywhere from four to eight hours or more. Of course, some projects may require additional work such as repairs or upgrades that can increase the overall time required to complete the inspection.

The cost of the inspection will depend on a number of factors including the size of the building, the scope of the inspection and the cost of the materials required. The cost will also vary depending on the type of inspector you use. Generally, you should expect to pay between $450 and $550 for a full inspection but this amount will vary depending on the size of the building and other factors. Additional services such as radon testing, mould sampling and asbestos removal can increase the cost as well so you should consider including these in your initial estimate to avoid unexpected charges later on.

Building Inspection Report Sydney Checklist

Many times, most homeowners order a building inspection report or a timber pest inspection but they really have no idea what’s involved…

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