Yes! We have Professional Indemnity Insurance. Please ask us or your solicitor what this means to you. Building inspectors in Queensland are required to carry Professional Indemnity (PI) insurance cover to legally conduct pre-purchase and general residential building inspections. In the past there have been several cases where builders have been conducting such inspections without even knowing that they are supposed to have this insurance and thought they were operating within the law.
Queensland building inspectors are required by law to hold a QBCC builder’s license, as well as the classification of “Completed Residential Building Inspection” in order to conduct Pre-purchase and General Building Inspections and to prepare relevant reports. Part of holding this license is the requirement to carry a current PI insurance policy. For verification of any QBCC license holder, go to qbcc.qld.gov.au and click on “Online License Search”. Type in 1113180 into the “License” field or “Ausi Spec” into the “Surname/Company Name” field to verify our current license status.
All Pre-Purchase and General Building inspections conducted in Queensland are governed by the practices set out in Australian Standards AS4349.1-2007. Not only do our services and our reports comply to the procedures and requirements listed in this standard, it is our ongoing aim to constantly improve and exceed this required minimum. We stand by the fact that our reports and overall product are of the highest standard in the industry.
Shayne Donald – As a registered builder, Shayne’s extensive technical and vast hands-on experience, coupled with his stringent professional attitude, ensure you get one of the highest quality inspections available in the industry today. With a portfolio of inspected properties well exceeding 16 000 homes throughout the Brisbane and surrounding areas, you can be confident that you will be well informed prior to your purchase.