- How to Handle a Building Dispute in SA
- Building a New Home – Does your Builder outsource Quality Assurance (QA) Inspections?
- Pool Maintenance in the Off Season
- How to Gauge Acceptable Standards and Tolerances
- Fire Pit Fun - Things to know about fire pits
- Do It Yourself Inspection Checklist
While you do have the option of speaking to Consumer and Business Services (CBS) over a building dispute, it is always preferable to address the issue with the tradesperson directly first
Building codes are in place to ensure new and existing builds meet the appropriate standards of quality and safety. When it comes to key aspects such as waterproofing, however, it’s worth exceeding the minimum requirements of the code in order to achieve
If you’re thinking about building a new home, it’s understandable that you would want your builder to work with highly skilled professionals in order to ensure every phase of your new home building is completed to a high standard.
If you are new to owning a pool or have had a bad experience in the past, it pays to know how to carry out proper maintenance on your pool in the off season.
One of the biggest areas of concern when commissioning or constructing a new residential property is avoiding (and if necessary dealing with) new home building defects. Where does responsibility lie, if something is not to the standard required?
Fire pits can be an amazing addition to any garden, and can warm up your outdoor entertaining area during chilly nights. Not only do they bring a physical and visual warmth to your home, they can also be a beautiful focal point in your backyard.
Houspect Building Inspections was set up to help the home buyer make right purchase decisions by providing important information on defects and repair costs. However, if you are a do it yourself purchaser, heres a pre-purchase building inspection check