Are you considering having any type of construction work done on your residential property? Land and housing are among the most stable and lucrative personal assets, so you do not want to be cutting any corners when it comes to having the site correctly evaluated for dilapidation prior to any construction.

AusDilaps are Australia’s most trusted experts for residential dilapidation reports. Contact us to organise reports for your property.

Many councils now require a dilapidation inspection to be conducted prior to all construction on a residential site. In order to make certain that you cover all bases, it is also recommended that an inspection is carried out post-construction. Mitigate any risk of claims from Council or your neighbours by employing the skills and experience of a reputable company specialising in residential dilapidation reporting.

Residential Dilapidation

A Company with a Specialised Edge

Both Contractors and residential clients recognise the numerous benefits when obtaining a residential dilapidation report. AusDilaps was originally established to service an increasing demand for residential dilapidation services. Our specialist team are a collection of experienced structural engineers as well as expert building inspectors. They are very knowledgeable in their field and can pinpoint issues that may arise during a construction project.

Our dilapidation reports document in detail any existing issues or damage to council or neighbour owned assets such as driveways, retaining walls, roadways, pools, fences, buildings, or landscaping. Catering to residential properties Australia-wide, we can assist with your dilapidation reporting requirements no matter the size or complexity of your project.

Seamless Residential Dilapidation Services

Our team values both the integrity and needs of our clientele so they work with you throughout the entire process. Your residential dilapidation report will be specifically tailored to your project and will clearly clarify any ambiguities or issues should they arise. The length of our residential property condition reports are dependent upon the nature of the project. To decipher all the information needed, our team liaise closely with you both on-site and off, pre-construction, during, and post-construction.

Residential Dilapidation

Dilapidation Survey Options

Pre-construction reports are of great importance for recording the existing condition of a property prior to construction taking place. They include a photographic portfolio that outlines any existing damage or concerns regarding a property prior to construction. It will also document any structural findings at your residence or neighbouring properties. This pre-construction dilapidation report can verify pre-construction conditions should any damage occur during excavation or due to any heavy equipment used during construction.

Post-construction reports document our on-site inspection of completed works. This will confirm any movement or changes to the property since the pre-construction. They also help mitigate any risk of claims from neighbouring property owners. If your project impacts kerbing, drainage, roadways, or pathways, then it is best to have peace of mind by undertaking adequate steps to protect yourself by obtaining a dilapidation report. It is highly recommended that both pre- and post-construction reports are obtained in order for any bonds to be returned by Council.

Residential Dilapidation

Our Technology and Equipment

Our professionalism and client services are unmatched. Our reliability, quality residential surveys and processes are highly appreciated and expected by our loyal clientele. This is achieved due to the specialised dilapidation report software and the high-end equipment that we utilise for our inspections and photographic reports.

Residential works that have been undertaken by the team at AusDilaps are:

  • Buildings
  • Roadways
  • Driveways
  • Pools
  • Fences
  • Retaining walls
  • Landscaping

Residential Dilapidation

For fast, friendly and professional service contact AusDilaps TODAY to discuss your residential dilapidation report requirements.