RESIDENTIAL | COMMERCIAL
Before you sell or auction your home
The presentation of your home or commercial property is a critical element in achieving the best sale price. A potential buyer can unravel a sale if the building inspection fails. Therefore, we advise the seller to engage in a building inspection before listing on the market.
When selling or auctioning your home ensure you are aware of all defects before going to market. A pre-sale/pre-auction inspection will identify issues and give you the opportunity to rectify them prior to presenting your home to the market.
Being in control of the sale of your home means knowing the state your property while avoiding any possible surprises that may jeopardise the process. Our inspector will provide you with detailed a pre-sale/pre-auction inspection report listing all areas of concern.
Allow sufficient time to organise a pre-sale/pre-auction building inspection before presenting your home to market. We suggest 3 to 4 weeks prior to advertising your property. This will allow you time to undertake any repairs necessary to rectify issues identified prior to going to market to give you the best possible outcome in the sale of your home.
Don’t let potential buyers find out defects before you do!
Inspection Equipment we use
We use specialised equipment that assist our inspection process. Thermal irregularities, moisture issues and floor levels become obvious with the right equipment in trained hands.
- Digital Moisture Meter
- Thermal Camera
- Borescope Camera
- Light Beam Laser Level
- High Powered LED Torches
- Specialised Sounding Tool
Bloom Inspections Sample Report
What we cover
- Building interior and exterior
- Roof space
- Garage and sheds
- Fencing and retaining walls
- Driveways and paths
- Surface drainage
- The site