New Home Handover Inspection
Practical Completion Inspections
Post Handover/Warranty Inspection
Be certain before making your final payment
A handover or home inspection covers the final stage of the construction in a home. It is critical to perform this inspection with someone that knows what should be expected in the assessment. An independent, experienced professional will ensure that your home is built to completion, at an acceptable industry standard.
This is the best opportunity to assess all finished works and identify any defects to the builder before the final payment is made. We will highlight non-compliancies, incomplete works, substandard workmanship and poor attention to detail, finishing element defects and any safety concerns.
All building works will be thoroughly checked with any discrepancies to the Victorian Building Authorities Guide to Standards and Tolerances 2015 identified and compiled in a detailed, photographic PDF report.
The unbiased independent assessment covers both the interior and exterior of the dwelling, sub-floor, roof space and roof exterior. It also includes assessment of the property’s site such as driveways, paths, drainage issues, fencing and retaining walls.
Blooms’ Handover, New home and Practical Completion Inspection (PCI) reports are completed and compiled by a certified, fully insured, registered builder with over 20 years experience in the industry. The same process apples to home maintenance inspection or home warranty inspection to be carried out shortly after moving in to your new dwelling.
Don’t sign off before it’s too late, ensure you are getting what you have paid for!
Inspection Equipment we use
To assist our inspection process and to identifying hidden and concealed defects we use specialised equipment.
- Digital Moisture Meter
- Thermal Camera
- Borescope Camera
- Light Beam Laser Level
- High Powered LED Torches
- Specialised Sounding Tool
- Building interior and exterior
- The site
- Roof space
- Garage and sheds
- Fencing and retaining walls
- Driveways and paths
- Surface drainage