Professional building reports and excellent customer care.
Independent building inspection services at competitive prices.
Clear inspection reports that pinpoint the problems.
Building Inspections Australia value their building and pest inspections based on the type and size of the property. Below we have given a range of prices based on small apartments (around 100sq metre) to an average 4 bedroom house with 2 bathrooms. Note: These prices should be an estimate only and can also vary depending on distance to site.
For an accurate quotation, please contact us by calling toll free on 1300 274 349. Alternatively you can use the enquiry form on our homepage. Our quotations will be based on the information you give us and may change if information is significantly different from the information given.
* For larger properties, 2 or more dwellings, properties with more than one outbuilding, please contact us for pricing.
Cost of our Melbourne Building Inspection Services
Due to the amount of time and effort we put into our inspection services and report writing, we believe that our inspection prices are excellent value for money.
Building & Pest
Pre Sale Reports
Pool Safety Inspection
Payment must be made prior to the inspection and credit card details are required when booking an inspection. You can pay direct deposit, however we will require a transfer receipt as proof of payment. Your credit card payment will be processed on the morning of the inspection.
We accept Master Card, Visa or Direct Deposit.
What Our Customers Are Saying
Don’t just take it from us, let our customers do the talking!
Thank you very much Paul and Laura. This is my first time using your service but I am very happy with your works, great people, great service. I would recommend your company to anyone require your service. Once a again thank you for your works and report.Theresa Tran
Thank you very much for the inspection and detailed report. I feel better knowing that the house isn’t going to collapse overnight 🙂 I have been aware for a long time that the house is in need of some maintenance work, but didn’t know where to start. Your findings/comments will enable me to get an action plan in place soon.Jalonta
Frequently Asked Questions
Why get an Inspection?
Be wary of houses that have had a face lift
A lot of houses we inspect have been renovated and touched up by the home owner. They look great from the outside, but more often than not we find safety defects in the roof space, rotting stumps under the floor and substandard workmanship elsewhere.
The home renovator tends to believe that if you make it attractive to the consumer the house will sell for a higher price.
When the purchaser arranges an inspection by BIA we find things that will cost you dollars.
Can I meet you onsite to discuss the outcome?
An average inspection take around 1-2 hours to complete. BIA Consultants require full concentration while undertaking a Building and Pest Inspection so nothing is missed.
We do encourage you to attend the inspection but prefer you to come toward the end when we can spend as much time as you need to go over the things we have found or uncovered.
How and when do I pay for your service?
We require payment for your inspection prior to the inspection. Credit card details are given to us when you make a booking and the payment is processed on the morning of the inspection.
You can also pay by direct deposit; however we require you to email through a transfer receipt the night before the inspection takes place for confirmation of payment. We also require credit card details in case of cancellation.
We accept only MASTERCARD and VISA.
When is the best time to get an Inspection?
If the property is for private sale the ideal time to have your Inspection completed is in the 3-7 day cooling off period after the contracts have been signed. However it is wise to consider having the inspection completed prior to signing the contract.
If the property is going to auction the inspection should be completed as soon as you know you are serious about bidding. This is to give you time to go over the report and talk to your Inspector about all of your concerns and adjust your budget accordingly.