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Building  And Pest Inspection Gold Coast

As a potential home buyer or seller in Queensland, Australia, you want to ensure that your property meets all necessary building codes and standards. That's where we come in.

Our team of experienced builders and certified building inspectors are knowledgeable about the specific building codes, and standards that govern construction in Australian.

Our Building inspections in Gold Coast cover all major components of the home, including the foundation, roof, exterior, interior, plumbing, electrical, and heating and cooling systems. We also check for any signs of pests or other potential issues. Our reports are easy to understand and include detailed descriptions of any defects we identify, as well as recommendations for repairs or further evaluation.

Contact us today to schedule your Building  And Pest Inspection in Gold Coast. Protect your investment and give yourself peace of mind with our thorough and reliable service.

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Licenced Home Inspectors

All of our Home Inspectors are Licenced by the Queensland Building & Construction Commission (QBCC) and provide Australian Standard Home Inspections for buyers, sellers, and existing homeowners.


We strive for excellence and go the extra mile to ensure you're satisfied. We have earned this reputation by providing quality, unbiased home inspections, and excellent customer service.

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Experience &

Our Inspectors are also licenced Builders with a minimum of 20 years construction experience. We provide unrivelled knowledge and experience.

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We can generally provide an inspection within 24 hours of booking, simply book online, or speak to one of our friendly staff.


How Much Do Building Inspections Cost?

Pre-Purchase Building Inspection

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Our standard building inspection is detailed, thorough, and informative. this inspection is ideal when you need a detailed inspection and assessment of the home’s condition. This inspection excludes a Pest Report, however any current or past termite damage will still be identified generally in our Australian Standard (AS 4349.1 - 2007) aligned report. This is all that is required in most cases.

1 Certified Home Inspector
1-2 Hours

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Pre-Purchase Building & Pest Inspection

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Includes a Pre-Purchase Builing Inspection report and a separate Pest Inspection report aligned to (AS 4349.3-2010). This inspection is ideal when you suspect active or past termite and pest damage or need to the piece of mind of a dedicated pest inspection.

1-2 Certified Home Inspector
1.5-2.5 Hours

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Specialty Inspection


Our specialty inspections are tailored to suit your individual needs. We will discuss your requirements and outline a scope of works and provide a written quote or offer a schedule of rates.

1 Certified Home Inspector
As required

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Frequently Asked Questions

Building inspections are an important part of the home buying process for many Australians and often misunderstood. Here are some of the most comment questions we receive.

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Tips For Home Buyers

What is a building inspection? A building inspection is a comprehensive evaluation of the condition of a property. In Queensland, it is performed by a licensed professional who will assess the property's systems and components, including the foundation, roof, internal, external, electrical and plumbing systems, and HVAC system, and identify any issues or defects against the Australian Standard and National Construction Codes.
Why do I need a building inspection? A building inspection can help protect your investment by identifying any potential issues with the property before you commit to a purchase. It can also help you understand the condition of the property and any necessary repairs that may be needed, so these can be factored into your offer price.
When should I get a building inspection? It is typically recommended to get a building inspection before you make an offer on a property if it is being sold by Auction. This will allow you to have a clear understanding of the condition of the property and any necessary repairs before committing to a purchase. You can also make an offer subject to a building a pest inspection and negotiate with the seller to have any necessary repairs made or ask for a price reduction to cover the cost of repairs.

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Tips For Home Sellers

Can I sell my home without a building inspection? In most cases, buyers will request a building inspection as part of the purchasing process. It is generally recommended that you have a building inspection performed before listing your home, as it can identify any potential issues that may need to be addressed before the sale.
What if my home fails the building inspection? There is no Pass or Fail, the Inspection Report will outline all major and some minor defects identified at the time of inspection. It may be necessary to make repairs or address any identified issues prior to listing, to ensure no delays during the sale process.
Can I negotiate with the buyer if the report identifies defects? If your home is found to have a number of defects during the building inspection and the buyer is requesting repairs or a price reduction, it is generally possible to negotiate. It may be helpful to have a professional estimate the cost of repairs and provide this information to the buyer. Ultimately, the decision to make repairs or negotiate a price reduction will depend on the specifics of the situation and the terms of the sale.

Home for sale awaiting building inspection

Tips For Listing Agents

Is it necessary for a home to have a building inspection in order to be listed for sale? While it is generally recommended that a home be inspected before it is listed for sale, it is not necessarily a requirement. However, if the home does have any known issues that may be identified during the inspection, it is important to disclose these to potential buyers.
Can a real estate agent recommend a building inspector to a client? Real estate agents may be able to recommend a building inspector to their clients, but it is ultimately up to the client to choose the inspector they feel most comfortable with. It may be helpful for the agent to provide a list of options for the client to consider.
What is the role of a real estate agent during a building inspection? The role of a real estate agent during a building inspection will depend on the specific situation and the preferences of the client. Some agents may choose to attend the inspection in person and assist their clients with understanding the report and any necessary repairs, while others may prefer to allow the client to handle the inspection process on their own. Ultimately, the agent's primary responsibility is to ensure that the client is informed and able to make informed decisions about the property.

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