While home building inspections should take all aspects into consideration, no matter the time of year, there are some factors that are easier to focus on with Spring's arrival. If you are considering a sale or purchase, review the houesehold faults to look for in Spring - presented by Cap-it-all Building Inspections Perth.
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What Household Faults to Search for now that Spring is Here
While home building inspections should take all aspects into consideration, no matter the time of year, there are some factors that are easier to focus on with Spring's arrival.
If you are considering a sale or purchase, here are some potential problem areas you should address with your inspector and may want to seek professional assistance with to make your sale, or purchase go more smoothly.
One of the most damaging forces of nature is water and in the Spring, problems with leaking, standing water or bad drainage are more evident than at other times of year. It's best to make these inspections when water is present to better assess the scope of the issue.
Spring awakens the trees and kicks all the other plants back into gear too, so watch for issues with the flora surrounding your property.
Examine your deck, pool, patio covers and fencing for signs of damage, or wear. As the outdoor entertaining season gets started, it's best to make repairs early to prevent further damage and increase the value of your property.
So remember - spring cleaning doesn’t stop with closet-clearing and floor scrubbing! Get out there and prepare your house for a beautiful warm season.
If you’d really like to give your house a good once-over, contact Cap-It-All Building Inspections. We’ll make sure you know every detail about your home.