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Sunshine Coast Lawyers have specialists in Criminal Defence, Divorce law, Family Matters, Mediation, personal Injury and malpractice. Based on the Sunshine Coast with offices in Caloundra and Maroochydore, we also provide legal advice online.

 
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Caloundra and Maroochydore Law Firm

Our Caloundra and Maroochydore based lawyers are sensitive to the unique challenges our clients face.

Sunshine Coast Lawyers are licensed in Queensland. In addition, through our statewide network of affiliated Lawyers and law firms we represent individuals and families throughout Queensland in serious injury and wrongful death cases.

 

 

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Building Inspection Service

Building inspections are usually ordered by a home designer, a real estate agent, a home owner or a prospective home buyer to evaluate the condition of a property. A Building inspections Melbourne evaluates the current physical condition of a property and its associated premises can help the seller or buyer of the property ascertain an accurate market value for a property. Electrical and plumbing faults, constructional defects and other visible flaws are normally detected through a building inspection. Defects like these and the Pre purchase Property inspectors opinions can significantly affect a property’s resale opportunities and asking price.


Terms and Conditions included in a Building Inspection Report

Property inspections include identification of damp spots and the visible structural damages they have caused or are causing. This includes rusting, fretting mortar and concrete spalling of the primary structural elements. A building inspector may also include in his report general advice on maintenance issues.

However, the opinions and conclusions drawn by the building inspectors are of a personal nature and based on the amount of time and accessible area he could physically inspect. The inspector will also note down significant defects in that property which are not supposed to be there in a building of a particular age.

Other defects that find mention in a building inspector’s report are flaws in the subfloor, internal floors, internal walls, external windows and doors, external walls, roof void and roof. These areas should be reasonably accessible for conducting a visual inspection. See Draftsman