The Pre-Purchase Comprehensive Inspection Report investigates and reports primarily into the
structural elements of the building. Additionally, many second and third fit areas are covered including
exterior spaces, driveways, electrics, appliances and plumbing.
The slab inspection includes an inspection when the slab is in position prior to brickwork commencing.
Most of the items being inspected at this stage will not be accessible for inspection at a later date as they
will be covered over by the building fabric.
This inspection is very important because structural faults can be detected quite easily at this stage which means the builder can make good without issue. This inspection should be carried out once the brickwork is complete and prior to the roof carpenter commencing.
This is a thorough inspection of the completed items including the aesthetics of the home. This inspection is best done prior to your Practical Completion Inspection with your builder allowing you to be prepared for the meeting.