EBC reports are all under the current Australian Building Codes and Standards. A Registered Builder or Structural Engineer does all Pre-Purchase Commercial building inspection reports.
Why is a Commercial Building Inspection Important?
When purchasing a Commercial property, the cost of any faults could be very costly if not allowed for within the purchase price. The property’s scale will encounter many more components of the property that must be thoroughly investigated to ensure you have allowed for any problems associated with your investment.
Exposing possible maintenance items and structural defects allows you to make a confident purchase decision and negotiate a price to allow for the rectification works. Effective Building & Consultancy reports are all under the current Australian Building Codes and Standards.
A Registered Builder or Structural Engineer does all Pre-Purchase Commercial building inspection reports. All the accessible components will be inspected, and any visible defects will be noted on an easy to read reporting system format.
What does the Commercial Building Inspection Report Include?
A visual inspection includes a comprehensive written report of all the accessible areas inspected, stating the property’s condition.
For example, our building inspector will note down all the observed defects found during the inspection, including any items that might require maintenance or repairs, mainly anything that is a primary concern or a safety issue found at the property.