Who needs a dilapidation report?
- Property owners situated next to construction works
- Demolition companies
- Owner Builders
- Excavation companies
- Architects and Designers
- Insurance companies
Why is it Important?
It’s important to document the condition of buildings prior to nearby works commencing and record any damage that may result. This is vital for a range of reasons; mainly for insurance and claim purposes.
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Frequently asked questions
The purpose of a dilapidation inspection is to provide a record of the condition of the existing surrounding buildings and structures, including fences, roads and pathways, before the commencement of a demolition, construction or development project. All visual defects in the form of cracks, settlement, movement, water seepage, spalling concrete, distortion, subsidence and other building and infrastructure defects are recorded in photographs together with notes. The inspection will take less than one hour.