Perth Building Inspection Articles

Adding Value with a DIY Renovation

Adding Value with a DIY Renovation To add value to your house, a home DIY renovation to your kitchen or bathroom is a good place to start.  The kitchen is usually the first thing that people look at when considering the purchase of a home, as it is often considered to...

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Planning on Renovating?

Planning on Renovating? Renovating can be a great alternative to selling! When selling a house and buying a new one, the amount of money that you will spend on real estate agent fees, stamp duty, moving costs will usually be well in excess of $40,000 and this is if...

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The Latest National Construction Code Changes

The Latest National Construction Code Changes that effect Western Australian Homes: Is your building inspector keeping up with the latest national construction code changes? Thanks to Standards Australia, NCC Informations Sessions and ABCB.

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Pool Safety In Western Australia

Pool Safety In Western Australia The sad fact is that drowning is the most common cause of preventable death for children under the age of five. In addition to that, most drownings occur where there is no barrier between the house and the pool area. Pool Safety In...

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Beckenham Building Inspection Testimonial

Beckenham Building Inspection Testimonial "If anyone is after a building inspection, we certainly recommend Steve (Perth Property Inspections)."  "Perth Property Inspections conducted a building inspection on the property we were interested in and we were extremely...

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Referral Rewards! Claim your gift card

 Referral Rewards! Claim your gift card You will receive a $20 gift card for each and every completed building inspection. You will be able to choose from a huge range of available gift cards. The more referrals you send our way, the more gift cards you will...

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Bathroom Inspection Checklist

When inspecting, a toilet listen for running water as this may indicate a worn washer and water will continuously be running into the pan. Another way to check this is to place a sheet of toilet paper at the back of the pan and check if it becomes wet.

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Who is Checking New Home Builders?

Consumers are surprised to learn that compliance of new homes to the Building Code of Australia is self regulatory and the builder is responsible to sign off that the building complies.Building Inspector, Steve Miller said “With a rise in new home builds because of...

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Five Tips To Add Thousands To The Sale Of Your House

Five Tips To Add Thousands To The Sale Of Your House While all home owners are trying for the best price when selling their properties, it can sometimes become a costly exercise that blows the budget and isn’t worth it. Property inspection expert Steve Miller said...

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