A pre-purchase/pre-handover building inspection is an assessment of a property’s condition that is conducted by a qualified inspector. It covers everything from faulty roofs to rising damp and cracked walls, and generally includes information on whether these faults can be repaired and how much these repairs would cost. A pest inspection can also be carried out at the inspection, too. This usually costs a little extra, but is generally advisable, given the extensive damage termites and other pests can cause.
A pool safety inspector’s role is to inspect pools to determine whether they comply with the standard. If the pool is compliant, the inspector will issue a pool safety certificate. If the pool doesn’t meet the standard, a nonconformity notice will be issued after the inspection, unless the inspector reinspects the pool within two days after the initial inspection and is satisfied that the pool now complies; or the owner and pool safety inspector agree that the inspector will carry out minor repairs within 20 business days of the original inspection.
If you are considering buying or renting a property you should be aware of possible meth contamination issues associated with a clandestine meth lab or excessive Methamphetamine use within a property. Meth contamination is largely associated with rental properties, so if you are looking at purchasing a rental property having it tested may be a good idea. Using our meth testing kits will not only identify a contaminated property within minutes it will also tell you the levels of contamination and whether the contamination was caused by smoking or manufacturing.
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