Handover Inspection is also known as the Practical Completion Report. It’s the final stage in the construction process. The report is competed prior to the final payment to the builder. It ensures the house is built to industry standards.
Too many people get to handover, still having to rely on the builder for this final quality check.
Investors and other people who buy new homes and units do a lot of research to find reputable builders. They rely on trusted names. So it’s important to have an independent inspection at handover by a reputable company.
We identify all building defects, things not completed properly, and any areas requiring finishing.
Next, we highlight minor defects and imperfections in more details.
Then we also identify general building defects and poor workmanship where it exists.
And then finally, we prepare a comprehensive written report.
This itemises the result of our inspection of your new home. If there’s anything wrong, you now have everything listed for the builder to fix.
It is fundamental that all new homeowners have this type of inspection completed. This guarantees all the work carried out is completed to the standard required.