Handover Inspections are commonly referred to as Practical Completion Inspections and are conducted when the building contractor has completed his schedule of works, carried out a builders final clean and prior to occupation.
The purpose of the inspection report is to provide a guide for the client as to what are reasonable and acceptable industry standards for the performance of building materials and acceptable workmanship standards and finishes. Any inferior building work will be rectified in accordance with the Industries Guide to Materials and Workmanship for residential building work.
The Handover Inspection report clearly identifies any material defect or blemish with the aid of Red I.D sticky tabs, digital photos and solution for rectification. This ensures you have peace of mind knowing that the completed building project will last its intended lifetime.