Our Process


Inspection Process

Once you confirm your requirements and the quote is approved by you, we finalise a date and time with you or the agent. We arrive on site, on time, with the right equipment.

We will forward your report to you on completion. Should you need any assistance regarding the report, you can contact the inspector for any clarification.


Step 1: Booking an Appointment

Firstly, the client needs to book an appointment for the inspection. You can call or email us any time and we will collect the following details from you:

  • Your name and contact details
  • Site address
  • Details of of the onsite contact (Owner/Agent)
  • Preferred Inspection date and time


Step 2: Payment

Once our inspection date is confirmed, an invoice will be sent to your email. The invoice also includes the date and time of the inspection as a gentle reminder of the schedule. You can make the payment using:

  • Cards
  • PayPal
  • Direct Deposit
  • Cash Payment on the inspection day


Step 3: Inspection

Our team will reach your site on the confirmed date and time with all the equipment required. The inspection will be carried out and documented.


Step 4: Reports

Once the payment is received and the inspection is completed, the reports will be sent to you via email. If you have any query related to the report, you can contact the inspector on 0401 835 005.


Step 5: Rescheduling & Cancellation

Sometimes, it is necessary to reschedule or cancel an inspection. Should this be the case, please inform us at least 24 hours before the scheduled time to avoid any cancellation charge.

When clients contact us for a pre purchase building report, or any other building inspection that they may require on the Gold Coast, Brisbane, or Northern New South Wales areas, we work on their behalf. Our reports are independent and unbiased inspections conducted for the purpose of identifying the condition of the property.

We sign a terms of agreement prior to carrying out the inspection. This  allows for a clear understanding between the client and the inspector for the inspection type, areas of the building to be investigated, the property details, client details, time and date of the inspection and the cost of the report.

The building inspector will then carry out the inspection thoroughly. Defects and particulars are documented in the written form, photographs are taken as evidence. All information is then uploaded to the report and delivered to the client usually within a 24 hour period.