Melbourne building inspections

A property can look fine on the surface, but have a long list of defects and issues that you can’t see. Defects and issues, that if left untouched could cost you tens of thousands of dollars to fix.

Identify problems, before their big problems

Whether you’re a homeowner or in the market to buy a property, a building inspection will alert you to any problems or potential problems that a property has. It will tell you exactly what is going on with the property, if there are minor or major defects, structural issues, or problems that require attention.

Melbourne building inspections start at $295.

It’s a small price to pay when you consider it could save you tens, even hundreds, of thousands of dollars in the long run. Not only can our building reports save you the stress and financial burden of buying a money pit, they can also give you the information you need to negotiate a lower purchase price. Or if you’re an existing home owner, give you the information you need to get on the front foot and address problems before they become bigger problems.

Comprehensive building inspection and report

Our experienced Building Inspectors check every aspect of the property to identify any major or minor defects, leaks, waterproofing issues and likely repairs that will be required.

Unlike many others, we take the time to carefully inspect the interior and exterior of the property, including the roof, building, sub-floor structure, decks and verandahs, fences, flooring, stairs, windows, carport and garage, plumbing, structural soundness and any non-compliant building work.

We then provide you with a comprehensive report that details any issues or concerns, along with the steps and likely costs to rectify them.

What we look at during a building inspection

Unlike many other building inspectors, we go below the surface to thoroughly check everything. We get under the floor, we get up in the roof, we use infrared camera’s and moisture meters, and meticulously inspect every aspect of the property.

  • Exterior of the building
  • Ceilings
  • Walls
  • Floors
  • Windows and Window Frames
  • Doors and Door Frames
  • Plastering
  • Painting
  • Bathrooms, En-suites, Kitchen, Laundry, WC
  • Stairs
  • Balustrades and Handrails
  • Toilets
  • Baths
  • Shower recess
  • Basins
  • Taps
  • Bench tops
  • Cabinets
  • Tiling
  • Plumbing Fixtures and Fittings
  • Hot Water Units
  • Rising Damp
  • Moisture in wet areas
  • Roof space framing structures
  • Roof coverings
  • Gutters
  • Skylights
  • Vents and Flues
  • Flashings
  • Valleys
  • Eaves
  • Fascias and Barges
  • Downpipes
  • Insulation
  • Downlight safety
  • Sarking
  • Subfloor supports
  • Ventilation
  • Drainage
  • Piers
  • Exterior walls including Cladding
  • Lintels
  • Doors
  • Windows
  • Pergolas
  • Decking
  • Patios
  • Balconies
  • With in 30m of the house and within the boundaries of the site
  • Fencing
  • Retaining walls
  • Paths
  • Driveways and water drainage
  • Garages
Inspections within 24 hours

Same day property inspection reports

Registered Builder with 30+ years experience

Latest equipment – infrared cameras and moisture meters

Melbourne Building Inspections from $295


  • 30+ years industry experience
  • Registered builder DBU-37118
  • Associate diploma in building construction
  • Registered Pest Inspector
  • Qualified carpenter
  • Master builder

Your building inspection report

Within 24 hours of your building inspection we’ll send you a comprehensive written report that goes through all the findings of the inspection. It will identify any minor or major defects, structural issues, problems and potential problems. It also includes photos and clear explanations, so you have a full picture of what is going on with the property.

These are the kind of issues we come across everyday when we perform Melbourne building inspections

  • Damaged roof plumbing and leaking roofs
  • Timber framing failures and inadequacies
  • Structural cracks
  • Slow and fast leaks from showers or baths and wet areas
  • Rising damp or penetrating damp issues
  • Destabilised or inadequate footings of the building
  • Poor external drainage or stormwater systems
  • Safety hazards such as collapsing structures
  • Potential Fire Hazards
  • Redundant and inefficient water heaters
  • Water hammer or poor water pressure
  • All sorts of ‘cover up jobs’ exposed