Whether you are a buyer or seller you will get following  

  • a thorough, reliable and objective inspection
  • an inspection protocol that is clear and easy to understand
  • photo or film documentation to support the inspection protocol
  If wanted you can also get  
  • a risk analysis and cost projection for any required actions or repairs
  • assistance in finding solutions for anything that has been found
  • assistance in first contact with lawyer

Unsafe electrical installation

Solutions like this might very well work, but it is definitely not a safe way to install electrics!

Structural integrity

Sometimes a visible crack is nothing to worry about - but sometimes it is a sign of a major problem. It could be subsidence causing a part of the house to sink, or a badly made extension that is pulling away from the main building.

Water damage

Damages like this can be caused by a faulty foundation, faulty or missing drainage or walls being painted with the wrong type of paint. 

Unsafe electrical installation

Exposed electrical cables are not something you should leave for later. An increased risk for fires and accidents makes it into a priority to fix as soon as possible. 

Quick fixes

Quite often a problem can be hidden or obscured with a bit of fresh paint. Here they have painted the front edge of the roof tiles. This simple trick makes the roof look in much better shape than it actually is. 

Water damage

This could be caused by a leaking roof or leaking gutters/downpipes.

Structural integrity

When a prop like this has to be used there are obvious problems with the structural integrity of the house. This usually will lead to major reconstruction work making the house safe and functional.

Did you notice this?

At a viewing you are bombarded with impressions and information at a rapid pace. It is a wonder we take in as much as we do under those circumstances. However, it is easy to miss a space like this for instance. This little storage area tells us that there is a problem with dampness/water seeping in to the foundation of the house.