info@nationalbuildinginspections.com.au

0416 276 119

1300 091 986

8 AM to 9 PM  

Building Inspection Cost

Pre-purchase Inspection

$1502
$ 1250
  • Inspect up to 3 Properties
  • Best value per inspection
  • Apartment, Unit
3 Properties

Pre-purchase Inspection

$1000
$ 900
  • Inspect up to 2 Properties
  • Good value per inspection
  • Apartment, Unit
2 Properties

Pre-purchase Inspection

$ 480 +
  • Inspect 1 property
  • Flexible option
  • Apartment, Unit
1 Property

FAQ

Most frequent questions and answers

Bookings can be made via our website, SMS or by calling our friendly team: Contact Us

Yes, our inspectors are available 7 days a week.

You may be present and encouraged to ask questions after but not during the inspection as our inspector needs to carry out work uninterrupted. 

Depending on the home’s age, size, as well as the home inspector’s work protocols and ethic, your inspection may take up to three hours. Adding area, outbuildings will increase that time. If your general building inspection takes significantly less than two hours, it may indicate that the inspector was not thorough enough.

The report is available within 24 hours of inspection and often sooner. Payment must be received prior to a report being released.

24 hours notice must be provided to cancel a booked property inspection.

Yes you can pay using your credit card via our online secure payment gateway, calling our friendly team.

REFUND POLICY
24 hours notice must be provided to cancel a booked property inspection. Once the property inspection has been completed payment must be made prior to a report being emailed or posted. No refunds will be available once an inspection has occurred.
Any requests for a refund must be made in writing to our accounts department:

Email: accounts@nationalbuildinginspections.com.au

Buying a property is typically the biggest investment you will ever make, so it’s important to get a building inspection because the inspector should be able to discover and document defects that may or may not be obvious to you as a prospective buyer.  Such defects can range from simple replacements or repairs, to severe damage or safety and health concerns. 

Yes, Because ordinary gaps in the mortar or bricks and even  drainpipes would easily be the entry point for pests, especially structurally damaging termite.

Yes, if a contingency is included in your offer, which allows you to back out of the deal if the inspector finds something unacceptable to you.

The answer is yes. Buyers usually rely on the new home warranty but many of the defected items are only covered for the first few months. If problems are not reported in time before the warranty expires they will not be addressed from the builder. Buyers are not trained in defect recognition. Items that should be a concern are often missed or overlooked.

Yes, we can be reached  between 8am and 9pm, 7 days a week.