Houspect provides independent Strata Management Work Schedule Inspections and reports for both strata body corporate committees and strata management companies in Greater Sydney and regional NSW including Southern Highlands, Wollongong, Central Coast, Newcastle / Hunter and surrounding areas.
A common problem for both strata body corporate committees and strata management companies lies in not only having enough time to inspect the strata building on a regular basis, but also in having the right set of skills to assess potential or current building concerns and establish what is the best approach to having the situation remedied.
Obtaining a Houspect Strata Management Inspection report that outlines all of the problem areas in a building, will help stakeholders and building managers make timely and effective action plans for remedial works.
What Does the Report Provide?
A Houspect Strata Management Work Schedule Inspection report is a professional document providing independent and unbiased information on expected works and maintenance requirements on strata common areas and buildings.
Your strata management inspection report will provide a detailed list of all maintenance issues, safety issues and structural issues, both internal and external and recommendations on works required.
These issues will be prioritised and a schedule of works will be created. The strata body corporate committee and strata manager will then be able to engage the appropriate tradespeople to perform the work.
About the Houspect Building Inspector
All Houspect Building Inspectors are licensed builders with many years’ experience in the industry. Our inspectors will provide expert, independent and unbiased information on the condition of the property.
What Does Our Strata Management Work Schedule Inspection Cover?
The Houspect Building Inspector will investigate, where safe to do so, the interior and exterior common areas and outbuildings. Your detailed strata management inspection report and work schedule will include the following:
- All areas in need of repair (where possible the cause of these problems will be identified).
- A priority list of these repairs, from the most urgent to the least urgent.
- Areas that will require attention in the future.