Frequently Asked Questions

Find answers to our frequently asked questions. If you have another question visit www.no1inspectionsbrisbane.com.au and submit your query in our contact form.

Q: Why Should I Get a Building Inspection?

A: It is advised to get a building inspection before you purchase a property. With the help of the home inspector, the home buyer can understand the condition of the specific property. Inspections help you to get the picture of what you intend to buy, and reveal to you any possible risks/faults.

Q: Are your inspectors licensed and insured?

A:Yes. We use fully licensed inspections team. They hold licenses from the Queensland Building and Construction Commission. They are also fully insured. You can fee safe when hiring them.

Q. How quick can you do the inspection?

A:The home inspection will depend on the size of the property. However, the maximum time we can take on a property inspection is two hours.

Q: How long does it take to get my reports?

A: The inspection report will take less than 24 hours. If you need an urgent report we can do this for you too. Just notify your inspector prior to the inspection. We will then issue you with a same day within a few hours of completion.

Q: Do you use thermal Imaging

A:Yes. We use a range of high quality, thermal imaging cameras.

Q: What is included in a Handover Inspection?

A: This includes inspection of materials used, structural issues, incomplete work, omissions and non-structural defects.

Q: Can I be present during the inspection?

A:Yes, you can be present at the inspection. Although we prefer communicating with our clients after the inspection is done and the report is concluded.

Q: Can a Buyer and Seller Be Present At the Same Time?

A:Yes, the buyer can be at the inspection site together with the seller.

Q: Who is responsible for disputes between neighboring fence lines?

A: In Queensland, it is only the Neighbourhood Disputes Act 2011 (View PDF) that deals with the dividing trees and fences. This is also known as the Dividing Fences and Trees Act 2011.

Q: How much do inspections cost?

A:The exact cost of inspection will vary from one building to another. A building inspections starts from $220. A combined building and pest inspection starts from $440. Some factors that determine the cost of inspection include the type, age, and size of the specific home.

Q: How do I book an inspection?

A: You can complete our quote form, send us an email, or give us a call to book an inspection

Q: When will I receive the inspection report?

A:We are open Monday to Friday – 9.00am – 5.30pm. Weekends by prior appointment only

To find out more please contact our team.