FAQs

A building inspection report contains the information needed to accurately evaluate a home. It instructs homeowners and property managers on the necessary procedures for addressing faults and performing routine maintenance. It also shields you from the ramifications of flaws that you may not have recognised.

If you want to put your property up for sale or rent, you should get it examined first before deciding on a price. An inspection report’s findings may have an impact on the value of your property offer.

Building inspections can be completed completely and swiftly with minimal disruption. For a normal three-bedroom residential home, a home building examination can take 1.5 to 2 hours.

With larger properties, inspections may take longer, but the specialists at ABIC are dedicated to working as quickly as possible. The age of the property and the number of problems identified are two more criteria that may influence the length of the examination.

Within 24 hours of the inspection, you will receive a.pdf file of the building inspection report.

At the very least, 24 to 48 hours prior to the inspection date, a building inspection can be scheduled. It’s preferable to schedule an inspection a few days or weeks ahead of time to ensure that you get an appointment.


The building inspection does not require your presence, however it is highly advised so that the building inspector can explain any issues or the process in person. The inspector will also require entry to the property.

The cost of a building inspection is determined by the property’s size, location, and age. We provide free quotations. Hence, you may get on a call with us to discuss more about the pricing of your particular project. 

You may have some inquiries after receiving the report. Our knowledgeable and pleasant staff will gladly assist you and answer any questions you may have.