Do I require an inspection?
Are you planning a building project and wondering whether inspections are necessary? The answer is: it depends. The type of structure you’re building will determine what kind of inspections are needed.If you’re constructing a habitable building, such as a house or a commercial space, inspections are a must. You’ll need to have a slab and block work inspection, and if you’re using masonry construction, a timber frame inspection as well. Finally, a final inspection will be required before the building can be occupied.
On the other hand, if you’re building a garden shed or any other non-habitual structure, all you need is a final inspection.
Inspections are crucial for ensuring that your building project meets all the necessary safety and regulatory requirements. They can help identify any potential issues before they become bigger problems, saving you time, money, and headaches down the line.
If you’re unsure whether you need inspections for your project, don’t hesitate to give our office a call. We’re always available to answer your questions and help you organise the necessary inspections. One of our experienced certifiers will be happy to come out and take a look, ensuring that your building project is on the right track from start to finish.
We often get asked, do I require inspections during the construction of my building project? It depends on what you are building. If it’s habitable, yes, you will need at least a slab, block work inspection, if you are doing masonry construction, a timber frame inspection and a final inspection. If you are building a garden shed or a non-habitual structure, then all you require is a final inspection.
Call our office at any time and we will organise one of the boys to come out and have a look.