Construction Progress Inspection

Construction Progress Report

A Stage Inspection compares the work at each stage of the build with the design and engineering plans. By completing inspections during each stage of construction, issues and defects can be identified and resolved before it becomes too late and potentially costly.

 

Stage 1

A Pre Slab or Base Inspection occurs prior to the concrete being poured to create the base.

 

We ensure that quality and following the building guidelines are followed as well as the following items:

  • Dimensions and excavation
  • Termite protection in place
  • Beams and footings
  • Wire mesh integrity
  • Construction materials
Stage 2

A Frame Inspection takes place after the wall and roof frames have been completed and approved by the inspector.

 

We ensure that quality and following the building guidelines are followed as well as the following items:

  • Wall/roof and truss frame
  • Frame spacing & bracing
  • Concrete slab finish
  • Window & door openings
  • Plumbing/drainage
Stage 3

A Lock Up Inspection takes place after the doors and windows have been installed making the home secure.

 

We ensure that quality and following the building guidelines are followed as well as the following items:

  • Fascia boards & gutters
  • All aspects of the brickwork
  • Roofing completion
  • Window & door locking devices
  • Wall linings & cornice
 
Stage 4

A Handover Inspection takes place prior to the turnover of keys to the purchaser. This Inspection focuses on minor defects and ensures the quality of the construction by the builder.

 

We ensure that quality and following the building guidelines are followed as well as the following items:

  • Running boards & cabinetry
  • Proper fitting of doors & windows
  • Pest barrier in place
  • Joints & tiles are flush and sealed
  • Ceiling, wall, and corner straightness
  • Overall construction quality
  • Potential safety hazards

It is to be noted that each stage is treated independently as a separate report and as such each stage is charged for separately, these staged approach construction inspections save a huge amount of money and force builders to comply with Australian Standard construction framework and pit pressure on the builder to deliver a product fit for a paying and deserving customer.


Each stage is priced seperatly.