Trying to make a claim against your builder for poor workmanship, faulty material, unfinished works, contract over-run or contract misdemeanour is not easy.
Chemical delignification is a term used for the reaction of un-seasoned (green) roof tile batons when in contact with various airborne chemicals
Asbestos is a naturally occurring silicate mineral made up of tiny fibres. When disturbed, it may produce a dust containing asbestos fibres. Breathing these fibres into the lungs may, in turn, cause a range of health problems including pleural plaques, asbestosis, lung cancer and mesothelioma
The definition of a structural defect, or structural element, has been a matter of contention for a number of years and in particular, in the assessment of home warranty insurance and statutory warranty claims
At ABEL Building Inspections make sure your plaster is ready to paint during our Practical Completion Inspection
This article discusses how the failure to consider condensation within the built environment can have serious consequences arising from both surface and interstitial condensation.
Condensation seems innocent enough but it is the start of a more serious problem.
It amazes me when I find mould during an inspection to think people are happy to live with it