Dilapidation Survey and Report. ... A dilapidation report, also known as a building condition report is a record of the pre-construction condition of existing properties and dwellings adjoining the developer's site and/or which may be influenced by the developer's work.
A dilapidation survey is done by a Professional Property Inspector which is an inspection of the existing structural condition of the surrounding buildings/dwellings and structures before the commencement of a demolition, construction or development on the specific property adjacent to an existing dwelling.
Dilapidation building inspections can be conducted on new homes, pre-existing homes of any era, and retail, commercial and industrial properties. A dilapidation survey can also be conducted on strata property common areas including carparks, retaining walls, pavements and car parking structures on strata sites.
Residential & Commercial Dilapidation Survey
External Structural Components
- External Wall Structure & Finish
- Visible Foundation Structure
- Roof Covering External
Interior Walls & linings
- Internal Ceiling Lining & Cornice
- Internal Walls and Linings
External Structures or Other Structures
- Carports / Garages / Masonry Structures
- Retaining Walls
- Masonry Walls
- Driveways, Roadways, Kerbing and Concrete Sidings and Pathways
Detailed Report + Photos of areas of discovery of existing or known cracks