Dilapidation Inspection Report
Building Dilapidation Report
Dilapidation Report is a detailed analysis and documentation of the condition of a building in regard to building defects, integrity, and damages. It is normally done prior to any heavy construction in the vicinity of the building. It helps to minimize any potential conflict among the stakeholders in case any damage happens
A dilapidation report inspection is carried out in 2 phase
Phase 1: A report about structure and integrity of building prior to starting any work
Phase 2: A report to access any damage to property due to construction in the vicinity
How Dilapidation Report Helps
The basic benefits of Dilapidation Report are:
- It provides detailed information about the condition of the property before construction in the vicinity.
- Minimize the chances of conflict in case any damage happens to the building during the construction.
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How to choose Dilapidation Report
Always use a suitably qualified person such as a licensed building inspector with proper qualification, license, and insurance to provide a professional Dilapidation Report of the property. These professions should see through any cosmetic improvements covering up faults that might otherwise be missed by an untrained eye.
A professional person will ensure that the format and content of the report comply with the relevant Australian Standard.
Please ensure that the Dilapidation Report inspector you choose has an adequate insurance cover, particularly for professional indemnity.
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What is included in Dilapidation Report
The inspector should check all accessible parts of the property. These include
- interior of the building
- exterior of the building
- roof space
- under-floor space
- roof exterior
Cost Guidance for Dilapidation Report
Number of Rooms
Who should Get Dilapidation Report
Real Estate Agent