It is imperative to schedule your Leading Warranty Building Inspection as a follow-up after your Building Handover and within the non-structural building defects warranty period.
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Think of it as your second building handover inspection because we will conduct the inspection with the same focus upon detail, using the same checklists to produce the same comprehensive report. This allows us to specifically look for any changes which have occurred in the interim.
Changes in building materials as a home settles over time is not uncommon, where a drying frame may warp causing minor hairline cracking in an attached wall and ceiling sheeting and cornices. Similarly, slab settlement may cause minor cracking, drumminess or popping in tiles. We are familiar with what’s minor and to be expected and can explain our findings to you in context so you’ll be less alarmed.
Our qualified building inspectors are independent – your builder is more likely to take your rectification request seriously when it is backed up by our detailed Warranty Building Report. Builders also appreciate Leading Building’ Warranty Reports because as an independent professional quality check, it gives them a chance to ensure that you’re completely satisfied with their work. Happy clients are good for their business! And if all else fails, then you’ve got great ammunition for any case you put before the building authority.
The bottom line is, having an Leading Building & Pest Inspections Warranty Inspection is important because you only get one opportunity to get your builder to fix all those annoying non-structural defects before your warranty protection runs out!