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Building Inspection For Subsidence Brisbane

Do You Need A Building Inspection For Subsidence

Subsidence is a scary word for homeowners, investors and would be home purchasers and a Building Inspector is usually the first point of contact when subsidence is suspected.

While cosmetic things like an outdated kitchen or ugly wallpaper are unlikely to scare off prospective buyers, structural issues such as subsidence can potentially be a deal-breaker.

What Is Subsidence

So, what is subsidence. Simply put, subsidence is when the ground beneath the building settles downwards, sinks lower or collapses. If this movement varies in one part of the house to another then it can cause cracks to occur.

The good news is, although subsidence can certainly be a serious problem, it need not be an out-and-out deal-breaker. Most cases of subsidence are perfectly manageable and there are homeowners who have happily lived for years in properties with a history of subsidence.

A quick note for Sellers:

If your property has a history of subsidence you will likely not be able to conceal the fact from prospective buyers. Full disclosure is the best approach, as you would do if your property had problems with damp in the past, you will need to assuage prospective buyers that you have dealt with the problem satisfactorily and competently.

Thankfully it is extremely rare for a house to collapse but it can be an expensive issue to rectify if it is not dealt with quickly and appropriately.

How To Spot Subsidence

The more overt effects of subsidence are obvious, even to a person who is not a Building Inspector. They are visible in the form of new or expanding cracks in plasterwork or exterior brickwork. FYI not all cracks are caused by subsidence.

Other, less obvious, warning signs are windows and doors becoming harder to open and shut or sticking for no reason or gaps suddenly appearing, floors no longer level and / or cracking of tiles and most obviously cracking of the concrete slab of your home. None of the above symptoms are caused solely by subsidence, and therefore a Brisbane Building Inspector should be consulted to puts all the evidence together to make a ‘diagnosis’ of subsidence. Similar to the way a medical practitioner assess a patient.

What To Do About Subsidence

If you suspect your home has been affected by subsidence and particularly if you are planning to put your property on the market, you need to take remedial action.

The first step is to get a licensed Building Inspector in Brisbane, especially one experience in identifying subsidence, such as All Suburbs Building Inspections, to conduct a thorough inspection and assess the situation. If subsidence is confirmed, the cause of the subsidence should also be identified in order to be addressed.

Common causes of subsidence are:

  • Large trees with roots extending under the foundation (these trees can often being in neighbouring properties)
  • Inadequate drainage causing water retention around the foundations
  • Old mine shafts under the property

The next step is to address the cause of the subsidence.  If it is tree roots, the offending tree may need to be removed. If it is water retention, addressing the drainage around the structure will help.

In extreme cases, it may be necessary to underpin the foundations of the house.

Underpinning

Underpinning a house is the method used to repair a house’s foundations, so they are stable again. It is a specialized process that usually involves building additional concrete or steel footings. These new footings are placed in strategic areas underneath and around the existing foundations.

A tip for owners (even if you aren’t thinking of selling)

Keep documented proof of the steps you have taken, the reports you have received and of any works that have been carried out along with any relevant warranties. This way you will be able to put your property on the market with confidence that the incident of subsidence will not be a negative and costly negotiation tool.

A tip for Buyers

The above advice for sellers also applies to buyers. If you suspect subsidence or your pre-purchase report identifies subsidence, then request documentary proof of rectification.

Whether you are selling or buying, the key thing is to be logical and practical in the way you deal with the problem. Keep a level head, take sensible precautions and there is no reason why subsidence should ruin your dream of home ownership.

The following pictures are from a Building Inspection in Bald Hills where subsidence had caused significant structural issues.

Cracking to the slab was visible in outbuildings.

Cracking to exterior brickwork from the movement.

This section of the house is falling away from the other section causing this gap to open up.

The above gap is also visible from the interior of the house.

If you suspect subsidence in your property or potential purchase, All Suburbs Building Inspections ASBIR are specialist building inspectors and can confidently assist you to identify an issues related to subsidence.

Our Service Areas

With our head office centrally based north of Brisbane at Kallangur and technicians that live both northside, southside and the Gold Coast, we are ideally located to service a large part of South-East Queensland. We service all suburbs of Sunshine Coast, Brisbane, Moreton Bay, Logan, Gold Coast and Ipswich, and surrounding hinterland areas.

Contact Us

Call us on 1300 553 007 during business hours, Monday to Friday from 8:00am to 5:00pm & Saturday 9:00am to 4:00pm to speak to one of our friendly team. Request an obligation free quote 24/7 via our Free Quote Form 

Frame Stage Inspection Brisbane

A little bit of information about a Frame Stage Inspection we conducted recently in Cashmere.

What Do You Need To Know About Frame Stage Inspections?

The frame stage inspection is one of the most critical Building Stage Inspections you can have conducted on your new home.
This stage inspection is conducted after the builder has made their Frame Stage payment for a few important reasons. When the frame is erected it has temporary bracing insitu, this brace artificially straightens the frame until the frame is secured to the slab and the roof is put on.

Once the roof is on, the temporary bracing removed and the carpenters have been through to straighten the frame, is it then ready for the frame stage inspection.  You can tell when the build has reached this stage because the windows are ready to be installed and the frame wrrapped in builders paper.

What Is Checked At Frame Stage?

At the Frame Stage Inspection your ASBIR technician will use his level to ensure the frame is plumb, square and true to plans.  He will also ensure that the frame has been secured adequately and that it has been constructed in accordance with the Australian Standards and Building Codes.

In addition to the above, your inspector will assess the quality of workmanship and ensure that there are no errors or omission that should be corrected prior to the frame being covered up.

All Suburbs Building Inspections’ reports will provide you with a clear desription of what each defect is and where each defect is located. This is followed by a concise recommendation as to who is responsible for rectifying the defect. If any Australian Standard and Tolernace or Building Code has not been complied with, we will provide an explanation as to why they are uncompliant.

All Suburbs Building Inspections is here to support you every step of the way by providing Quality Assurance inspections and professional advice to assist you during the entire building process, from start to practical completion and beyond, to help you make informed choices and give you peace of mind.

Our Service Areas

With our head office centrally based north of Brisbane at Kallangur and inspectors that live both northside and southside, we are ideally located to service a large part of South-East Queensland. We service all suburbs of Sunshine Coast, Brisbane, Moreton Bay, Logan, Gold Coast and Ipswich, and surrounding hinterland areas.

Contact Us

Call us on 1300 553 007 during business hours, Monday to Friday from 8:00am to 5:00pm & Saturday 9:00am to 4:00pm to speak to one of our friendly team. Request an obligation free quote 24/7 via our Free Quote Form 

Combustible Cladding Checklist

Are you searching for a Building Industry Professional around Brisbane, Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast or Ipswich for the Combustible Cladding Checklist?

The Safer Buildings Combustible Cladding Checklist is a three-part checklist that will help authorities identify buildings with a fire risk due to combustible cladding.

There is a good chance your building won’t be at risk but a check needs to be conducted for the safety of all.

The use of combustible cladding on buildings is a safety concern for all Queenslanders. Building owners & Body Corporates are responsible for ensuring the safety of occupants.

Non-Conforming Building Products (NCBPs) have the potential to cause serious helath and safety issues. NCBPs are building products and materials that are not safe, not of acceptable quality, do not meet Australian Standards, or are not fit for their intended purpose.

An Example Of Cladding That Needs To Be Checked

Buildings that are higher than two storeys, and built or refurbished since 1994, are the most likely to contain potentially combustible external cladding.  Buildings that match a certain usage type, height and size are classified as being “in-scope”.

In-scope buildings are the focus of the Safer Buildings Combustible Cladding Checklist that must be completed by building owners, with the help of a Building Industry Professional.

If you’re a unit owner in one of these buildings, it’s your body corporate’s responsibility to co-ordinate what needs to be done, and to complete the checklist for the whole building. When there are multiple owners of a private building, you may nominate 1 owner or engage an agent to act on behalf of all owners.

It is estimated that as many as 12 000 privately owned buildings are in-scope. 

The Combustible Cladding Checklist is seperated into 3 parts. Building owners may not have to complete all 3 parts. The answers to the checklist questions will determine if an owner is required to engage a building industry professional such as an All Suburbs Building Inspections inspector or if they will be instructed to exit the process after part 1. 

The deadline for part 1 passed on 29th March 2019.  If you failed to complete Part 1 prior to the deadline you were automatically progressed through to Part 2.

Those building owners instructed to participate in part 2, this includes those who failed to meet the deadline for part 1, are required to complete the Combustible Cladding Checklist Part 2. 

The deadline for Part 2 has been extended to 31st July 2019. Penalities will apply for those failing to meet this deadline.

Owners of buildings required to complete part 2 of the combustible cladding checklist will need to engage a Building Industry Professional to complete a Building Industry Professional Statement.

You may have a friend or contractor in the building industry but not all building industry members are qualified to assist building owners with their requirements under Part 2 of the Safer Buildings Combustible Cladding Checklist.

Note: Your property manager is not a Building Industry Professional.

A Building Industry Professional as defined in the Building Regulation 2006 is any of the following:

  • QBCC Builder Open Licensee
  • Building Certifier Level 1
  • Architect
  • Registered Engineer – Civil or Fire or Structural

A Building Industry Professional will need to come to your building and conduct an inspection that will enable them to complete the Building Industry Professional Statement (aka Form 34).

It is expected only a small number of buildings completing Part 2 will be required to continue to Part 3.

All Suburbs Building Inspections has a team of Building Industry Professionals that are not only fully qualified, licensed and insured building inspectors and building consultants but are ready and willing to help you comply with the Combustible Cladding Checklist Part 2.

Owners must complete the combustible cladding checklist (part 2) by 31 July 2019.

 

Contact Us

Call us on 1300 553 007 during business hours, Monday to Friday from 8:00am to 5:00pm & Saturday 9:00am to 4:00pm to speak to one of our friendly team. Request an obligation free quote 24/7 via our Free Quote Form 

New Home Warranty Inspection

Does My New Home Come With A Warranty..?

Cast your mind back to the last major purchase you made.  Was it a car?  Was it a TV?  Or maybe that old dryer you were given as a wedding present 10 years ago has finally given up and almost started a fire in your laundry…or was that me?

In any case, when we make a purchase of a big ticket item, we normally consider the warranty associated with that purchase, and what it covers us for should something go wrong down the track.

Did you know that newly built homes also come with a warranty?  In fact, they come with 2 different types.  Structural & Non-Structural.

What Warranty Does My Home Come With..?

All new homes generally come with a statutory warranty period or Defect Liability Period which, depending on the type of property and contract, can be either 6 or 12 months from Practical Completion or Handover.

We suggest you check your building  contract to verify this and find out the expiry date so that you do not miss out on being able to exercise that warranty as needed.

The End of Warranty Inspection focuses on incomplete defects or omissions identified during the original handover inspection (if available) and also documents any additional defects that have arisen since the completion of your house.

Defective building works fall into 2 categories – structural or non-structural defects

Structural & Non-Structural Warranty

Things like cracking of plasterboard such as cornices and skirtings or sticking doors or windows are just a couple things that are common non-structural defects, and are often the responsibility of the builder to rectify if documented prior to the end of the Defect Liability Period.

Structural defects are defects that affect the structural performance or the functional use of the building such as leaking roof, leaking shower or cracked brickwork. These defects are covered for 6 years and 6 months from Practical Completion or Handover.

How Do I Determine What Is Covered Under Warranty..?

We recommend you engage a highly experienced and qualified ASBIR building expert, who is not only a licensed building inspector but also a licensed builder, to carryout the inspection so you can be sure all relevant defects, that are the builder’s responsibility, are identified and documented in a report you can send to your builder for rectification.

Sometimes real estate agents or property managers might offer to do the inspection for you and although they might know a lot about real estate they are most often not licensed builders or building consultants, so are not generally qualified or insured to carry out such building inspections services.

We are here to support you throughout the whole process by providing quality inspections and professional advice which will help give you peace of mind.

Our Service Areas

With our head office centrally based north of Brisbane at Kallangur and technicians that live both northside, southside and the Gold Coast, we are ideally located to service a large part of South-East Queensland. We service all suburbs of Sunshine Coast, Brisbane, Moreton Bay, Logan, Gold Coast and Ipswich, and surrounding hinterland areas.

Contact Us

Call us on 1300 553 007 during business hours, Monday to Friday from 8:00am to 5:00pm & Saturday 9:00am to 4:00pm to speak to one of our friendly team. Request an obligation free quote 24/7 via our Free Quote Form 

Building Stage Inspections Brisbane, Sunshine Coast & Gold Coast

Are you building or planning to build in Brisbane, Sunshine Coast or the Gold Coast?

Have you considered the benefits of Building Stage Inspections?

 

Why Should You Consider Building Stage Inspections? A new home is a large investment and you’ve worked hard to get to the point you’re at. Independent Building Stage Inspections or Quality Assurance Inspections during construction by a qualified and licensed building expert are the best way to ensure everything in your home is of the highest quality and is built in accordance with Australian Building Codes and Standards.

In other words Building Stage Inspections protect your investment and help give you peace of mind.

What We Look For. Identifying defective workmanship or contractual anomalies during construction can help avoid problems and building disputes down the track.  A common example is if wall framing isn’t square before it has been covered up by insulation & plasterboard it is often not recognised until the walls have been painted and can become a much larger problem to rectify than if the defects had been noted at frame stage. This type of problem can have a flow-on effect that impacts walls, ceilings or tiling being out of square.

Will This Delay The Process? Building Stage Inspections can be done without delaying the construction schedule.  It is important for you to let your builder know at the start of the build, or as early as possible, that you are planning to engage an independent expert to conduct inspections on your behalf at various building stages.  As a result your builder can inform you as each stage is nearing completion to allow time to organise the relevant inspection.

At times, home owners can be worried that engaging an independent building inspector may cause offense to their builder.  In our experience, there is not a quality builder in the market who does not welcome an independent inspection, as it provides a second pair of eyes to help them deliver the best possible product to their client.

Your inspection will be carried out by a highly-experienced and qualified ASBIR building expert who is not only a licensed building consultant but also a licenced builder.

Call us on 1300 553 007 during business hours, Monday to Friday from 8:00am to 5:00pm & Saturday 9:00am – 4:00pm to speak to one of our friendly team. Or request an obligation free quote 24/7 via our Free Quote Form 

An Independent Building Expert In Your Corner

In our experience your build should be inspected at the following stages:

  • Base or Slab Stage Inspection: Inspection of footings and slab area prior to pouring of concrete.

This inspection is conducted immediately prior to the pouring of the slab.  During the inspection your building inspector is checking the form work and slab penetrations including the under-slab services, termite protection and site gradient.  Your slab is also checked by a certifier organised by the builder after the slab has been poured.

  • Frame Stage Inspection: Inspection of completed frame and roof frame structure before interior wall linings are installed. (this inspection is critical)

This is the only inspection that is conducted after the relevant progress payment claim by the builder.  The frame stage progress payment is most often claimed immediately after the frame has been erected.  However, the frame stage inspection does not occur until the builder has completed a few more steps.

After the frame has been erected, the roof installed, the temporary bracing removed and the carpenters have returned to straighten the frame, then it is truly ready for the frame stage inspection.  This allows your building inspector to ensure that the frame is straight, square and true, that it has been secured to the slab correctly and that it is true to the approved plans especially the positioning of the door and window openings.

The correct timing of this inspection is crucial. Inspect too early and the Frame will be artificually straight, inspect too late and defects may be hidden.

  • Enclosed or Lock-up Stage Inspection: Inspection of roof cladding, external walls, doors and windows, and waterproofing before tiling of wet areas.

The Enclosed Stage is a significant milestone when you are building. It refers to the point in time where are are able to effectively ‘lock-up ‘ the house. Once the external doors are on and your windows are in, the house can be properly secured. This means it’s a lot safer to start putting in things like the fixtures and fittings, however in many cases the appliances are not installed until just prior to Handover.

Because there is a sizeable payment associated with lock-up it is essential to know you’re your home is indeed secure and that the doors, windows, exterior cladding including the roof is in fact installed as well as insulation and internal linings in place.

Remember even though your house looks like a house you are not entitiled to have a key just yet.

  • Fixing or Pre-Paint Stage Inspection: Inspection after installation of internal fixtures and fittings, interior and finishing of carpentry prior to painting.

The Fixing Stage is the time when all plasterboard lining (aka internal cladding), architraves, skirtings, doors, built-in shelves, baths, basins, sinks and cabinets are fitted and fixed into position.  We check that the installation of these items is compliant with the National Construction Code and all relevant Australian Standards and Tolerances.

We also check the installation of the waterproof membranes in the wet areas, where accessible.

The house will still require painting and finishing touches such as cabinet doors may still be missing but this is the time to ensure that everything is the correct height and is level, plumb, straight and square and that no damage has been done to the completed work.

  • Handover or Practical Completion Inspection: Inspection of the completed home for defects and omissions in accordance with the Australian Standard at Practical Completion. (the most crictical inspection)

A Handover Inspection or Practical Completion Inspection Report also referred to as a “PCI” is the single most important independent inspection you can have carried out when you are building a new home or investment property. This inspection allows you to check the quality prior to paying the final payment.

A lot of building defects and other issues are not apparent to the untrained eye so it’s important to engage the services of an experienced and licensed building inspector to conduct a quality assurance inspection on your behalf before Handover.

It is important to note that any defects not identified at this stage may not be rectified by the builder and could end up being your problem later and could potentially end up costing you a lot of money.

Your property will be thoroughly inspected inside and out for defective workmanship and any incomplete work. All buiding work and materials used are assessed to ensure thay are of the highest quality and that everything comples with Australian Building Codes and Standards.

All Suburbs Building Inspections reports will provide you with a clear desription of what each defect is and where each defect is located. This is followed by a concise recommendation as to who is responsible for rectifying the defect. If any Australian Standard and Tolernace or Building Code has not been complied with, we will provide an explanation as to why they are uncompliant.

All Suburbs Building Inspections is here to support you every step of the way by providing Quality Assurance inspections and professional advice to assist you during the entire building process, from start to practical completion and beyond, to help you make informed choices and give you peace of mind.

Our Service Areas

With our head office centrally based north of Brisbane at Kallangur and inspectors that live both northside and southside, we are ideally located to service a large part of South-East Queensland. We service all suburbs of Sunshine Coast, Brisbane, Moreton Bay, Logan, Gold Coast and Ipswich, and surrounding hinterland areas.

Contact Us

Call us on 1300 553 007 during business hours, Monday to Friday from 8:00am to 5:00pm & Saturday 9:00am to 4:00pm to speak to one of our friendly team. Request an obligation free quote 24/7 via our Free Quote Form 

How to tell if you’ve found a quality building and pest inspector

Building a new home or investment property? A Practical Completion Inspection Report “PCI” has to be the single most important independent inspection you can get. This thorough report, performed by one of our experienced building inspectors, checks the quality of your build prior to making your final payment.

Why should you get this report? The excitement of building your dream house and finally moving in can be quickly overshadowed by poor workmanship and tradies who fail to finish the job to the
standard promised.

What we find. A lot of building defects and other issues are not clear to the untrained eye so it’s important to engage the services of an experienced and licensed building inspector to conduct a quality assurance inspection on your behalf before handover.

Fix it before it’s an issue. Any defects not identified at this stage may not be rectified by the builder and could end up being your problem later and could potentially end up costing you a lot of money!

An Independent Expert Looking After Your Interests

At ASBIR, we’re dedicated to delivering independent handover inspections reports to new homeowners and property investors. We perform inspections prior to handover and notify you of issues.

  • We conduct comprehensive residential building inspection reports for new homes.
  • Inside and out. We check all internal and external materials and fittings including cabinetry and carpentry, electrical work, painting, tiling, rendering, fencing, windows, and door installation.

Your inspection is carried out by a highly-experienced and qualified building expert who is not only a licensed building consultant but also a licenced builder.

Call us on 1300 553 007 during business hours, Monday to Friday from 8:00am to 5:00pm to speak to one of our friendly team. Or request an obligation free quote 24/7 via our Free Quote Form or send us an email enquiry via our Online Enquiry Form.

True Commitment to Your Satisfaction

Sometimes real estate agents, property managers or even friends might offer to do a PCI for a new homeowner, and although they might know a lot about real estate they are often not licensed builders or building consultants.

  • Our inspectors are fully QBCC licensed builders and building consultants with many years of industry experience.
  • Our extensive knowledge, experience and qualifications ensure expertise and professionalism in every building inspection service we provide.

At All Suburbs Building Inspections and Reports, we go to great lengths to ensure every handover inspection is carried out in a thorough, accurate and professional manner and in accordance with Australian Building Codes and Standards. You receive the highest quality inspection and most professional Handover Inspection Report possible.

Comprehensive Handover Inspection Reports

Your Handover Report is a document which includes relevant photos and a summary of the inspector’s findings, namely the defects list.

  • Defects are listed by trades – so it’s easy to follow up for
  • An easy to read format is sent by email (by the following business day, in most cases)
  • Your report can be used as a legal document in the unfortunate case of a building dispute through the QBCC or QCAT

Your property will be thoroughly inspected inside and out for defective workmanship and any incomplete work. All building work and materials used are assessed to ensure they are of the highest quality, and that everything complies with Australian Building Codes.

Building Stage Inspections During Construction

We recommend having building stage inspections done at various stages throughout construction i.e. slab stage, frame stage, enclosed stage, pre-paint stage. This way any problems can be picked up during the building process and rectified before the build progresses to the next stage.

The friendly team at All Suburbs Building Inspections and Reports are here to support you every step of the way during the building process by providing quality inspections and professional reports, and expert advice that will help you make informed decisions and give you peace of mind.

Our handover inspection methods are superior. We inspect things that others don’t:

  • External roof system
  • Gutters
  • Fences
  • Retaining walls
  • Landscaping
  • Site drainage

We also inspect the complete interior including the ceiling cavity, and we check the floor tiles with a special tool to detect any cracked or drummy tiles.

You can read what our clients have said about us on the Customer Testimonials Page of our website.

Other Inspection Services We Offer for New Homes

The post-construction inspections we conduct include:

  • Contract Inclusion Checks
  • Six (6) Month Maintenance or End of Warranty Inspections
  • Annual Property Maintenance Inspections
  • Annual Termite Inspections
  • Building Defect Reports or Expert Witness Reports for building disputes.

See below for more information about these inspections;

  • Contract Inclusions Checks – At the time of the pre-handover inspection ASBIR can also carry out a check of the contract specifications and inclusions list to determine if all items e.g. appliances, fixtures & fittings etc. are correct according to the contract. This would be particularly important if you live interstate or overseas and are not able to view the property yourself.

You will appreciate knowing that the inclusions you have signed for in the contract is what has been installed. Differences between the contract inclusions and what is provided will also be noted in the report, so that any discrepancies or omissions can be addressed prior to the final progress payment being paid.

  • Re-inspections or Final Handover Inspections – After the pre-handover inspection (PCI) we can carry out a re-inspection or 2nd inspection if required, to check that the defects noted on the handover report (PCI) have been rectified.
  • Six (6) Month Maintenance or End of Warranty Inspections – Prior to the expiry of the statutory defects liability period we will conduct a maintenance inspection and provide you with a written report noting any defects and omissions which have become apparent during the defects liability period or may not have been rectified at handover or settlement. Things like cracking to plaster cornices, or doors that do not close properly are just a few things that are quite common. You are entitled to have any issues which are considered the builder’s responsibility rectified within specific time frames and in accordance with builders’ warranties.
  • Building Defect Inspections Reports – If you find yourself in the unfortunate situation of a building dispute due to building defects, you or your solicitor may request us to conduct an inspection of any items in dispute. This will be done in accordance with relevant Australian Building Codes and Standards, and a written report can be provided for the Queensland Building and Construction Commission (QBCC), the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal (QCAT), or another relevant authority.
  • Annual Termite Inspections – During construction, a termite barrier should be installed in all new buildings. You should receive detailed information from your builder at handover regarding the termite protection or treatment used. A yearly inspection of the property should be done to protect your property from termite infestation and timber pest damage.

ASBIR conduct termite inspections or timber pest inspections annually to the complete exterior and interior of your property, in accordance with Australian Standards AS4349.3. We will provide you with written report and recommendations for protecting your property. You should have a termite inspection done annually otherwise the structural warranty may be affected.

Our Service Areas

With our head office centrally based north of Brisbane at Kallangur and inspectors that live both northside and southside, we are ideally located to service a large part of South-East Queensland. We service all suburbs of Sunshine Coast, Brisbane, Moreton Bay, Logan, Gold Coast and Ipswich, and surrounding hinterland areas.

Contact Us

Call us on 1300 553 007 during business hours, Monday to Friday from 8:30am to 5:00pm to speak to one of our friendly team.

Request an obligation free quote 24/7 via our Free Quote Form 

Our In Depth Overview of ASBIR Handover Reports or Practical Completion Inspections

Building a new home or investment property? A Practical Completion Inspection Report “PCI” has to be the single most important independent inspection you can get. This thorough report, performed by one of our experienced building inspectors, checks the quality of your build prior to making your final payment.

Why should you get this report? The excitement of building your dream house and finally moving in can be quickly overshadowed by poor workmanship and tradies who fail to finish the job to the
standard promised.

What we find. A lot of building defects and other issues are not clear to the untrained eye so it’s important to engage the services of an experienced and licensed building inspector to conduct a quality assurance inspection on your behalf before handover.

Fix it before it’s an issue. Any defects not identified at this stage may not be rectified by the builder and could end up being your problem later and could potentially end up costing you a lot of money!

An Independent Expert Looking After Your Interests

At ASBIR, we’re dedicated to delivering independent handover inspections reports to new homeowners and property investors. We perform inspections prior to handover and notify you of issues.

  • We conduct comprehensive residential building inspection reports for new homes.
  • Inside and out. We check all internal and external materials and fittings including cabinetry and carpentry, electrical work, painting, tiling, rendering, fencing, windows, and door installation.

Your inspection is carried out by a highly-experienced and qualified building expert who is not only a licensed building consultant but also a licenced builder.

Call us on 1300 553 007 during business hours, Monday to Friday from 8:30am to 5:00pm to speak to one of our friendly team. Or request an obligation free quote 24/7 via our
Free Quote Form or send us an email enquiry via our Online Enquiry Form.

True Commitment to Your Satisfaction

Sometimes real estate agents, property managers or even friends might offer to do a PCI for a new homeowner, and although they might know a lot about real estate they are often not licensed builders or building consultants.

  • Our inspectors are fully QBCC licensed builders and building consultants with many years of industry experience.
  • Our extensive knowledge, experience and qualifications ensure expertise and professionalism in every building inspection service we provide.

At All Suburbs Building Inspections and Reports, we go to great lengths to ensure every handover inspection is carried out in a thorough, accurate and professional manner and in accordance with Australian Building Codes and Standards. You receive the highest quality inspection and most professional Handover Inspection Report possible.

Comprehensive Handover Inspection Reports

Your Handover Report is a document which includes relevant photos and a summary of the inspector’s findings, namely the defects list.

  • Defects are listed by trades – so it’s easy to follow up for
  • An easy to read format is sent by email (by the following business day, in most cases)
  • Your report can be used as a legal document in the unfortunate case of a building dispute through the QBCC or QCAT

Your property will be thoroughly inspected inside and out for defective workmanship and any incomplete work. All building work and materials used are assessed to ensure they are of the highest quality, and that everything complies with Australian Building Codes.

Building Stage Inspections During Construction

We recommend having building stage inspections done at various stages throughout construction i.e. slab stage, frame stage, enclosed stage, pre-paint stage. This way any problems can be picked up during the building process and rectified before the build progresses to the next stage.

The friendly team at All Suburbs Building Inspections and Reports are here to support you every step of the way during the building process by providing quality inspections and professional reports, and expert advice that will help you make informed decisions and give you peace of mind.

Our handover inspection methods are superior. We inspect things that others don’t:

  • External roof system
  • Gutters
  • Fences
  • Retaining walls
  • Landscaping
  • Site drainage

We also inspect the complete interior including the ceiling cavity, and we check the floor tiles with a special tool to detect any cracked or drummy tiles.

You can read what our clients have said about us on the Customer Testimonials Page of our website.

Other Inspection Services We Offer for New Homes

The post-construction inspections we conduct include:

  • Contract Inclusion Checks
  • Six (6) Month Maintenance or End of Warranty Inspections
  • Annual Property Maintenance Inspections
  • Annual Termite Inspections
  • Building Defect Reports or Expert Witness Reports for building disputes.

See below for more information about these inspections;

  • Contract Inclusions Checks – At the time of the pre-handover inspection ASBIR can also carry out a check of the contract specifications and inclusions list to determine if all items e.g. appliances, fixtures & fittings etc. are correct according to the contract. This would be particularly important if you live interstate or overseas and are not able to view the property yourself.

You will appreciate knowing that the inclusions you have signed for in the contract is what has been installed. Differences between the contract inclusions and what is provided will also be noted in the report, so that any discrepancies or omissions can be addressed prior to the final progress payment being paid.

  • Re-inspections or Final Handover Inspections – After the pre-handover inspection (PCI) we can carry out a re-inspection or 2nd inspection if required, to check that the defects noted on the handover report (PCI) have been rectified.
  • Six (6) Month Maintenance or End of Warranty Inspections – Prior to the expiry of the statutory defects liability period we will conduct a maintenance inspection and provide you with a written report noting any defects and omissions which have become apparent during the defects liability period or may not have been rectified at handover or settlement. Things like cracking to plaster cornices, or doors that do not close properly are just a few things that are quite common. You are entitled to have any issues which are considered the builder’s responsibility rectified within specific time frames and in accordance with builders’ warranties.
  • Building Defect Inspections Reports – If you find yourself in the unfortunate situation of a building dispute due to building defects, you or your solicitor may request us to conduct an inspection of any items in dispute. This will be done in accordance with relevant Australian Building Codes and Standards, and a written report can be provided for the Queensland Building and Construction Commission (QBCC), the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal (QCAT), or another relevant authority.
  • Annual Termite Inspections – During construction, a termite barrier should be installed in all new buildings. You should receive detailed information from your builder at handover regarding the termite protection or treatment used. A yearly inspection of the property should be done to protect your property from termite infestation and timber pest damage.

ASBIR conduct termite inspections or timber pest inspections annually to the complete exterior and interior of your property, in accordance with Australian Standards AS4349.3. We will provide you with written report and recommendations for protecting your property. You should have a termite inspection done annually otherwise the structural warranty may be affected.

Our Service Areas

With our head office centrally based north of Brisbane at Kallangur and inspectors that live both north side and sout side, we are ideally located to service a large part of South-East Queensland. We service all suburbs of Sunshine Coast, Brisbane, Moreton Bay, Logan, Gold Coast and Ipswich, and surrounding hinterland areas.

Contact Us

Call us on 1300 553 007 during business hours, Monday to Friday from 8:30am to 5:00pm to speak to one of our friendly team.

Request an obligation free quote 24/7 via our Free Quote Form Send us an email enquiry via our Online Enquiry Form.

Commercial Building Inspection Report South Brisbane

Building a new home or investment property? A Practical Completion Inspection Report “PCI” has to be the single most important independent inspection you can get. This thorough report, performed by one of our experienced building inspectors, checks the quality of your build prior to making your final payment.

Why should you get this report? The excitement of building your dream house and finally moving in can be quickly overshadowed by poor workmanship and tradies who fail to finish the job to the
standard promised.

What we find. A lot of building defects and other issues are not clear to the untrained eye so it’s important to engage the services of an experienced and licensed building inspector to conduct a quality assurance inspection on your behalf before handover.

Fix it before it’s an issue. Any defects not identified at this stage may not be rectified by the builder and could end up being your problem later and could potentially end up costing you a lot of money!

An Independent Expert Looking After Your Interests

At ASBIR, we’re dedicated to delivering independent handover inspections reports to new homeowners and property investors. We perform inspections prior to handover and notify you of issues.

  • We conduct comprehensive residential building inspection reports for new homes.
  • Inside and out. We check all internal and external materials and fittings including cabinetry and carpentry, electrical work, painting, tiling, rendering, fencing, windows, and door installation.

Your inspection is carried out by a highly-experienced and qualified building expert who is not only a licensed building consultant but also a licenced builder.

Call us on 1300 553 007 during business hours, Monday to Friday from 8:30am to 5:00pm to speak to one of our friendly team. Or request an obligation free quote 24/7 via our
Free Quote Form or send us an email enquiry via our Online Enquiry Form.

True Commitment to Your Satisfaction

Sometimes real estate agents, property managers or even friends might offer to do a PCI for a new homeowner, and although they might know a lot about real estate they are often not licensed builders or building consultants.

  • Our inspectors are fully QBCC licensed builders and building consultants with many years of industry experience.
  • Our extensive knowledge, experience and qualifications ensure expertise and professionalism in every building inspection service we provide.

At All Suburbs Building Inspections and Reports, we go to great lengths to ensure every handover inspection is carried out in a thorough, accurate and professional manner and in accordance with Australian Building Codes and Standards. You receive the highest quality inspection and most professional Handover Inspection Report possible.

Comprehensive Handover Inspection Reports

Your Handover Report is a document which includes relevant photos and a summary of the inspector’s findings, namely the defects list.

  • Defects are listed by trades – so it’s easy to follow up for
  • An easy to read format is sent by email (by the following business day, in most cases)
  • Your report can be used as a legal document in the unfortunate case of a building dispute through the QBCC or QCAT

Your property will be thoroughly inspected inside and out for defective workmanship and any incomplete work. All building work and materials used are assessed to ensure they are of the highest quality, and that everything complies with Australian Building Codes.

Building Stage Inspections During Construction

We recommend having building stage inspections done at various stages throughout construction i.e. slab stage, frame stage, enclosed stage, pre-paint stage. This way any problems can be picked up during the building process and rectified before the build progresses to the next stage.

The friendly team at All Suburbs Building Inspections and Reports are here to support you every step of the way during the building process by providing quality inspections and professional reports, and expert advice that will help you make informed decisions and give you peace of mind.

Our handover inspection methods are superior. We inspect things that others don’t:

  • External roof system
  • Gutters
  • Fences
  • Retaining walls
  • Landscaping
  • Site drainage

We also inspect the complete interior including the ceiling cavity, and we check the floor tiles with a special tool to detect any cracked or drummy tiles.

You can read what our clients have said about us on the Customer Testimonials Page of our website.

Other Inspection Services We Offer for New Homes

The post-construction inspections we conduct include:

  • Contract Inclusion Checks
  • Six (6) Month Maintenance or End of Warranty Inspections
  • Annual Property Maintenance Inspections
  • Annual Termite Inspections
  • Building Defect Reports or Expert Witness Reports for building disputes.

See below for more information about these inspections;

  • Contract Inclusions Checks – At the time of the pre-handover inspection ASBIR can also carry out a check of the contract specifications and inclusions list to determine if all items e.g. appliances, fixtures & fittings etc. are correct according to the contract. This would be particularly important if you live interstate or overseas and are not able to view the property yourself.

You will appreciate knowing that the inclusions you have signed for in the contract is what has been installed. Differences between the contract inclusions and what is provided will also be noted in the report, so that any discrepancies or omissions can be addressed prior to the final progress payment being paid.

  • Re-inspections or Final Handover Inspections – After the pre-handover inspection (PCI) we can carry out a re-inspection or 2nd inspection if required, to check that the defects noted on the handover report (PCI) have been rectified.
  • Six (6) Month Maintenance or End of Warranty Inspections – Prior to the expiry of the statutory defects liability period we will conduct a maintenance inspection and provide you with a written report noting any defects and omissions which have become apparent during the defects liability period or may not have been rectified at handover or settlement. Things like cracking to plaster cornices, or doors that do not close properly are just a few things that are quite common. You are entitled to have any issues which are considered the builder’s responsibility rectified within specific time frames and in accordance with builders’ warranties.
  • Building Defect Inspections Reports – If you find yourself in the unfortunate situation of a building dispute due to building defects, you or your solicitor may request us to conduct an inspection of any items in dispute. This will be done in accordance with relevant Australian Building Codes and Standards, and a written report can be provided for the Queensland Building and Construction Commission (QBCC), the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal (QCAT), or another relevant authority.
  • Annual Termite Inspections – During construction, a termite barrier should be installed in all new buildings. You should receive detailed information from your builder at handover regarding the termite protection or treatment used. A yearly inspection of the property should be done to protect your property from termite infestation and timber pest damage.

ASBIR conduct termite inspections or timber pest inspections annually to the complete exterior and interior of your property, in accordance with Australian Standards AS4349.3. We will provide you with written report and recommendations for protecting your property. You should have a termite inspection done annually otherwise the structural warranty may be affected.

Our Service Areas

With our head office centrally based north of Brisbane at Kallangur and inspectors that live both north side and sout side, we are ideally located to service a large part of South-East Queensland. We service all suburbs of Sunshine Coast, Brisbane, Moreton Bay, Logan, Gold Coast and Ipswich, and surrounding hinterland areas.

Contact Us

Call us on 1300 553 007 during business hours, Monday to Friday from 8:30am to 5:00pm to speak to one of our friendly team.

Request an obligation free quote 24/7 via our Free Quote Form Send us an email enquiry via our Online Enquiry Form.

Commercial Property Inspection Brisbane

Building a new home or investment property? A Practical Completion Inspection Report “PCI” has to be the single most important independent inspection you can get. This thorough report, performed by one of our experienced building inspectors, checks the quality of your build prior to making your final payment.

Why should you get this report? The excitement of building your dream house and finally moving in can be quickly overshadowed by poor workmanship and tradies who fail to finish the job to the
standard promised.

What we find. A lot of building defects and other issues are not clear to the untrained eye so it’s important to engage the services of an experienced and licensed building inspector to conduct a quality assurance inspection on your behalf before handover.

Fix it before it’s an issue. Any defects not identified at this stage may not be rectified by the builder and could end up being your problem later and could potentially end up costing you a lot of money!

An Independent Expert Looking After Your Interests

At ASBIR, we’re dedicated to delivering independent handover inspections reports to new homeowners and property investors. We perform inspections prior to handover and notify you of issues.

  • We conduct comprehensive residential building inspection reports for new homes.
  • Inside and out. We check all internal and external materials and fittings including cabinetry and carpentry, electrical work, painting, tiling, rendering, fencing, windows, and door installation.

Your inspection is carried out by a highly-experienced and qualified building expert who is not only a licensed building consultant but also a licenced builder.

Call us on 1300 553 007 during business hours, Monday to Friday from 8:30am to 5:00pm to speak to one of our friendly team. Or request an obligation free quote 24/7 via our
Free Quote Form or send us an email enquiry via our Online Enquiry Form.

True Commitment to Your Satisfaction

Sometimes real estate agents, property managers or even friends might offer to do a PCI for a new homeowner, and although they might know a lot about real estate they are often not licensed builders or building consultants.

  • Our inspectors are fully QBCC licensed builders and building consultants with many years of industry experience.
  • Our extensive knowledge, experience and qualifications ensure expertise and professionalism in every building inspection service we provide.

At All Suburbs Building Inspections and Reports, we go to great lengths to ensure every handover inspection is carried out in a thorough, accurate and professional manner and in accordance with Australian Building Codes and Standards. You receive the highest quality inspection and most professional Handover Inspection Report possible.

Comprehensive Handover Inspection Reports

Your Handover Report is a document which includes relevant photos and a summary of the inspector’s findings, namely the defects list.

  • Defects are listed by trades – so it’s easy to follow up for
  • An easy to read format is sent by email (by the following business day, in most cases)
  • Your report can be used as a legal document in the unfortunate case of a building dispute through the QBCC or QCAT

Your property will be thoroughly inspected inside and out for defective workmanship and any incomplete work. All building work and materials used are assessed to ensure they are of the highest quality, and that everything complies with Australian Building Codes.

Building Stage Inspections During Construction

We recommend having building stage inspections done at various stages throughout construction i.e. slab stage, frame stage, enclosed stage, pre-paint stage. This way any problems can be picked up during the building process and rectified before the build progresses to the next stage.

The friendly team at All Suburbs Building Inspections and Reports are here to support you every step of the way during the building process by providing quality inspections and professional reports, and expert advice that will help you make informed decisions and give you peace of mind.

Our handover inspection methods are superior. We inspect things that others don’t:

  • External roof system
  • Gutters
  • Fences
  • Retaining walls
  • Landscaping
  • Site drainage

We also inspect the complete interior including the ceiling cavity, and we check the floor tiles with a special tool to detect any cracked or drummy tiles.

You can read what our clients have said about us on the Customer Testimonials Page of our website.

Other Inspection Services We Offer for New Homes

The post-construction inspections we conduct include:

  • Contract Inclusion Checks
  • Six (6) Month Maintenance or End of Warranty Inspections
  • Annual Property Maintenance Inspections
  • Annual Termite Inspections
  • Building Defect Reports or Expert Witness Reports for building disputes.

See below for more information about these inspections;

  • Contract Inclusions Checks – At the time of the pre-handover inspection ASBIR can also carry out a check of the contract specifications and inclusions list to determine if all items e.g. appliances, fixtures & fittings etc. are correct according to the contract. This would be particularly important if you live interstate or overseas and are not able to view the property yourself.

You will appreciate knowing that the inclusions you have signed for in the contract is what has been installed. Differences between the contract inclusions and what is provided will also be noted in the report, so that any discrepancies or omissions can be addressed prior to the final progress payment being paid.

  • Re-inspections or Final Handover Inspections – After the pre-handover inspection (PCI) we can carry out a re-inspection or 2nd inspection if required, to check that the defects noted on the handover report (PCI) have been rectified.
  • Six (6) Month Maintenance or End of Warranty Inspections – Prior to the expiry of the statutory defects liability period we will conduct a maintenance inspection and provide you with a written report noting any defects and omissions which have become apparent during the defects liability period or may not have been rectified at handover or settlement. Things like cracking to plaster cornices, or doors that do not close properly are just a few things that are quite common. You are entitled to have any issues which are considered the builder’s responsibility rectified within specific time frames and in accordance with builders’ warranties.
  • Building Defect Inspections Reports – If you find yourself in the unfortunate situation of a building dispute due to building defects, you or your solicitor may request us to conduct an inspection of any items in dispute. This will be done in accordance with relevant Australian Building Codes and Standards, and a written report can be provided for the Queensland Building and Construction Commission (QBCC), the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal (QCAT), or another relevant authority.
  • Annual Termite Inspections – During construction, a termite barrier should be installed in all new buildings. You should receive detailed information from your builder at handover regarding the termite protection or treatment used. A yearly inspection of the property should be done to protect your property from termite infestation and timber pest damage.

ASBIR conduct termite inspections or timber pest inspections annually to the complete exterior and interior of your property, in accordance with Australian Standards AS4349.3. We will provide you with written report and recommendations for protecting your property. You should have a termite inspection done annually otherwise the structural warranty may be affected.

Our Service Areas

With our head office centrally based north of Brisbane at Kallangur and inspectors that live both north side and sout side, we are ideally located to service a large part of South-East Queensland. We service all suburbs of Sunshine Coast, Brisbane, Moreton Bay, Logan, Gold Coast and Ipswich, and surrounding hinterland areas.

Contact Us

Call us on 1300 553 007 during business hours, Monday to Friday from 8:30am to 5:00pm to speak to one of our friendly team.

Request an obligation free quote 24/7 via our Free Quote Form Send us an email enquiry via our Online Enquiry Form.

Pre-Purchase Commercial Building Report Brisbane

Building a new home or investment property? A Practical Completion Inspection Report “PCI” has to be the single most important independent inspection you can get. This thorough report, performed by one of our experienced building inspectors, checks the quality of your build prior to making your final payment.

Why should you get this report? The excitement of building your dream house and finally moving in can be quickly overshadowed by poor workmanship and tradies who fail to finish the job to the
standard promised.

What we find. A lot of building defects and other issues are not clear to the untrained eye so it’s important to engage the services of an experienced and licensed building inspector to conduct a quality assurance inspection on your behalf before handover.

Fix it before it’s an issue. Any defects not identified at this stage may not be rectified by the builder and could end up being your problem later and could potentially end up costing you a lot of money!

An Independent Expert Looking After Your Interests

At ASBIR, we’re dedicated to delivering independent handover inspections reports to new homeowners and property investors. We perform inspections prior to handover and notify you of issues.

  • We conduct comprehensive residential building inspection reports for new homes.
  • Inside and out. We check all internal and external materials and fittings including cabinetry and carpentry, electrical work, painting, tiling, rendering, fencing, windows, and door installation.

Your inspection is carried out by a highly-experienced and qualified building expert who is not only a licensed building consultant but also a licenced builder.

Call us on 1300 553 007 during business hours, Monday to Friday from 8:30am to 5:00pm to speak to one of our friendly team. Or request an obligation free quote 24/7 via our
Free Quote Form or send us an email enquiry via our Online Enquiry Form.

True Commitment to Your Satisfaction

Sometimes real estate agents, property managers or even friends might offer to do a PCI for a new homeowner, and although they might know a lot about real estate they are often not licensed builders or building consultants.

  • Our inspectors are fully QBCC licensed builders and building consultants with many years of industry experience.
  • Our extensive knowledge, experience and qualifications ensure expertise and professionalism in every building inspection service we provide.

At All Suburbs Building Inspections and Reports, we go to great lengths to ensure every handover inspection is carried out in a thorough, accurate and professional manner and in accordance with Australian Building Codes and Standards. You receive the highest quality inspection and most professional Handover Inspection Report possible.

Comprehensive Handover Inspection Reports

Your Handover Report is a document which includes relevant photos and a summary of the inspector’s findings, namely the defects list.

  • Defects are listed by trades – so it’s easy to follow up for
  • An easy to read format is sent by email (by the following business day, in most cases)
  • Your report can be used as a legal document in the unfortunate case of a building dispute through the QBCC or QCAT

Your property will be thoroughly inspected inside and out for defective workmanship and any incomplete work. All building work and materials used are assessed to ensure they are of the highest quality, and that everything complies with Australian Building Codes.

Building Stage Inspections During Construction

We recommend having building stage inspections done at various stages throughout construction i.e. slab stage, frame stage, enclosed stage, pre-paint stage. This way any problems can be picked up during the building process and rectified before the build progresses to the next stage.

The friendly team at All Suburbs Building Inspections and Reports are here to support you every step of the way during the building process by providing quality inspections and professional reports, and expert advice that will help you make informed decisions and give you peace of mind.

Our handover inspection methods are superior. We inspect things that others don’t:

  • External roof system
  • Gutters
  • Fences
  • Retaining walls
  • Landscaping
  • Site drainage

We also inspect the complete interior including the ceiling cavity, and we check the floor tiles with a special tool to detect any cracked or drummy tiles.

You can read what our clients have said about us on the Customer Testimonials Page of our website.

Other Inspection Services We Offer for New Homes

The post-construction inspections we conduct include:

  • Contract Inclusion Checks
  • Six (6) Month Maintenance or End of Warranty Inspections
  • Annual Property Maintenance Inspections
  • Annual Termite Inspections
  • Building Defect Reports or Expert Witness Reports for building disputes.

See below for more information about these inspections;

  • Contract Inclusions Checks – At the time of the pre-handover inspection ASBIR can also carry out a check of the contract specifications and inclusions list to determine if all items e.g. appliances, fixtures & fittings etc. are correct according to the contract. This would be particularly important if you live interstate or overseas and are not able to view the property yourself.

You will appreciate knowing that the inclusions you have signed for in the contract is what has been installed. Differences between the contract inclusions and what is provided will also be noted in the report, so that any discrepancies or omissions can be addressed prior to the final progress payment being paid.

  • Re-inspections or Final Handover Inspections – After the pre-handover inspection (PCI) we can carry out a re-inspection or 2nd inspection if required, to check that the defects noted on the handover report (PCI) have been rectified.
  • Six (6) Month Maintenance or End of Warranty Inspections – Prior to the expiry of the statutory defects liability period we will conduct a maintenance inspection and provide you with a written report noting any defects and omissions which have become apparent during the defects liability period or may not have been rectified at handover or settlement. Things like cracking to plaster cornices, or doors that do not close properly are just a few things that are quite common. You are entitled to have any issues which are considered the builder’s responsibility rectified within specific time frames and in accordance with builders’ warranties.
  • Building Defect Inspections Reports – If you find yourself in the unfortunate situation of a building dispute due to building defects, you or your solicitor may request us to conduct an inspection of any items in dispute. This will be done in accordance with relevant Australian Building Codes and Standards, and a written report can be provided for the Queensland Building and Construction Commission (QBCC), the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal (QCAT), or another relevant authority.
  • Annual Termite Inspections – During construction, a termite barrier should be installed in all new buildings. You should receive detailed information from your builder at handover regarding the termite protection or treatment used. A yearly inspection of the property should be done to protect your property from termite infestation and timber pest damage.

ASBIR conduct termite inspections or timber pest inspections annually to the complete exterior and interior of your property, in accordance with Australian Standards AS4349.3. We will provide you with written report and recommendations for protecting your property. You should have a termite inspection done annually otherwise the structural warranty may be affected.

Our Service Areas

With our head office centrally based north of Brisbane at Kallangur and inspectors that live both north side and sout side, we are ideally located to service a large part of South-East Queensland. We service all suburbs of Sunshine Coast, Brisbane, Moreton Bay, Logan, Gold Coast and Ipswich, and surrounding hinterland areas.

Contact Us

Call us on 1300 553 007 during business hours, Monday to Friday from 8:30am to 5:00pm to speak to one of our friendly team.

Request an obligation free quote 24/7 via our Free Quote Form Send us an email enquiry via our Online Enquiry Form.