New Home Inspections | Melbourne & Victoria Wide
Trust Melbourne’s leading home inspectors for independent, new home inspections
When building your new home, you can rely on the experienced team at SPI Property Inspections throughout the entire construction process. As registered builders, our new home inspectors specialise in reporting on construction projects across Melbourne and Central Victoria.
Not only will you have an expert team overseeing the critical construction stages, but you’ll also receive comprehensive inspection reports and reviews which itemise the key elements assessed with relevant photos as a record.
Whether you’re a seasoned investor or a first home buyer, you can rely on SPI Property Inspections for a new home inspections review.
Choose SPI Property Inspections for your new home inspections in Melbourne
SPI Property Inspections provides a series of independent building inspections covering the critical stages of a new house construction, including:
- Base Stage
- Frame Stage
- Fixing Stage
- Final Handover (PCI)
These stages coincide with the progress payment schedule, so you can be assured that progress is occurring satisfactorily and at the same time, avoid payment disputes during construction.
Whether you need assistance during one of these stages, or for the entire process, you can trust our independent property inspectors for comprehensive reporting and support during the new home construction process.
Contact SPI Property Inspections on 1300 721 032 or receive a free quote online now for our new house building inspections in Melbourne. We also provide pre-purchase property inspections Victoria-wide for those looking to buy an established property.
Read our articles on new home inspections:
Building a new home is a big undertaking, and not for the faint-hearted! From the original concept through to final handover, there are a myriad steps and decisions to make. You’ll need to keep a close check on the construction work through every stage, to make sure it is being built to your specifications. Discrepancies can sometimes occur between the original design documentation and what you actually see being built. And it can be daunting having to deal with builders or developers who speak in jargon!
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For those who are building a new home, slab heave is an issue about which you should be aware. While not common, slab heave is a serious problem. The cost of fixing it can be significant and in some cases, it may be necessary to seek legal advice for compensation.
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