Welcome to GND Property Inspections

Buying a home will probably be your biggest investment in your life. Knowing as much as you can about the condition of the property before you buy will help you avoid problems and extra costs down the track. The best way of doing this is to get a pre-purchase property inspection report– otherwise known as a building inspection.

Protect your investment with a GND Property Inspections Report

Here at GND Property Inspections we are committed to providing you with professional, independent and informative Building and Pest Reports which are covered by Professional Indemnity Insurance. Our same day service delivers your inspection reports when you need them. Our building inspectors examine every part of the property exposed to view. They climb into the roof, crawl under the floor, flush the toilets, turn on the taps, check the plumbing, assess the wiring, inspect the gutters, test for damp and report on cracks, sags, irregularities and poor workmanship.

The biggest defects to the property are photographed that you know where the defects are. And we'll tell you how much the repairs will cost.

We provide a computer generated report detailing the condition of your property, identifying potential hazards and preventive maintenance. All accessible areas of the property are inspected, including: Structure and footings, Roof areas, Sub floor areas, External finishes, External structures, Internal finishes, Doors and windows, Garages, Carports, Pergolas, Decking, Stairs, Retaining Walls and Fences, Drainage and Wet Areas.


Call us today at 02 9608 6180 or 0424 697 092

NSW Regulation-AS4349.1- 2007

More than 50% of inspectors doing pre-purchase property inspections in NSW are not builders and are not insured which is legal, according to the Australian standard AS4349.1- 2007.

The Building Inspection industry in NSW has been deregulated since 2009. There are still many unlicensed and uninsured inspection companies operating. Don't get caught out, this could cost you thousands.

Considering that the building inspection industry is currently unregulated in NSW with no licensing requirements whatsoever, and there are unfortunately many unqualified “building inspectors” offering lower cost “building inspections”, buyers requiring pre-purchase-inspections prior to the expiry of the contractual cooling-off period or auction certainly run the gauntlet.
Would you trust a tiler, or even a truck driver or hairdresser to conduct a professional building inspection on your new property? Many people unknowingly do – don’t be one of them.