Residential Dilapidation Reports
Are you considering having any type of construction work done on your residential property? Land and housing are among the most stable and lucrative assets. You do not want to be cutting any corners when it comes to having the site correctly evaluated for dilapidation prior to any further construction.
Councils now require a dilapidation report to be conducted prior to all construction on a residential site and in order to make certain that you cover all bases, it is also recommended that an inspection is carried out post construction. Mitigate any risk of claims from Council or your neighbours by employing the skills and experience of a reputable company specialising in residential dilapidations.
Commercial Dilapidation Reports
Owning a commercial property is a significant investment. If you are planning construction and development of any type, both you and your contractors need to consider all aspects of the project in order to protect that investment. One thing that should be on your checklist is a commercial dilapidation report which will mitigate any risk of damage to assets owned by council or adjoining properties.
These reports are independently prepared by experts who are able to identify any pre-existing conditions or concerns that otherwise may be missed. Whether your property has adjoining walls with other commercial outlets or whether it’s freestanding, a commercial dilapidation report will put your mind at ease in knowing that you have covered all pre and post construction requirements. To decide on the right professionals to carry out dilapidation services for your project, one needs to begin by considering experience, industry reputation, skillset as well as client services.
Council Assets Dilapidation Reports
Construction on your property is a big decision. When deciding on dilapidation services you need to ensure the company is reputable, experienced and qualified. There are many factors that need consideration from construction companies, to adjoining sites and associated council assets. Due to the number of law suits and litigations growing each year, councils now require dilapidation reports.
Projects involve a substantial financial investment so it is highly important to ensure processes are carried out by specialised professionals who know what to look for and how to prepare reports correctly. Council dilapidation reports mitigate the risk of claims stemming from the construction phase as well as provide you with peace of mind in knowing that you have hired the right company for the job.