Home Is More Than Just a Physical Structure

At Galaxy House Inspections, we understand that a home is more than just a physical structure. It’s a place where memories are made, families are raised, and dreams are realised. That’s why we’re passionate about providing our customers with the peace of mind they need to make informed decisions about their properties.

We use the latest technology and equipment to conduct thorough inspections of all aspects of the property, from the foundation to the roof and everything in between. The importance of quality, built to the Australian standard AS4349.1 2007 and the building code of Australia [BCA] are imperative.

At Galaxy House Inspections, we know that buying or selling a property can be an emotional and stressful experience.

That’s why we’re committed to providing compassionate and personalised service to each one of our customers.

We take the time to listen to their concerns, answer their questions, and provide guidance on next steps.

We believe that knowledge is power, and we’re dedicated to empowering our customers with the information they need to make the best decisions for themselves and their families.

Our detailed inspection reports are easy to understand and include photos, descriptions, and recommendations for repairs or improvements.

We’re always available to provide follow-up support and guidance, whether it’s negotiating repairs or seeking additional inspections.

At Galaxy House Inspections, we’re more than just a home inspection company.

We’re a team of passionate and dedicated professionals who are committed to making a difference in the lives of our customers.

We believe that every home is a reflection of the people who live in it, and we’re honoured to play a role in helping our customers create a safe and comfortable space to call their own.

Frequently Asked Questions

Getting a handover report will ensure you are protected from any substandard workmanship and builders that may cut corners when building your new home. Taking place prior to the purchaser taking possession of their new home, a handover inspection will ensure your home is ready to move in to and will highlight in detail any defects and imperfections, plus it will protect you in the future if you decide to sell.

Yes, our inspectors require the property being inspected to be vacant for the duration of the inspection.

You (our client) are welcome to walk through the house with the inspector. However, if the property is tenanted or the owners are living in it, you or the real estate agent will be required to organise for the property to be vacated while our inspector is on site.

This assists with the overall accuracy of your inspection report as our inspector will have better, uninterrupted access to the property with fewer limitations.

You wouldn’t dream of buying a used car without getting a professional to look over potential and costly issues, would you? Well, the same principle applies when buying a home or property, however, the investment is 10 times the amount of a car! It is important to get a professional to thoroughly inspect the property.

At Site Inspections, we have the years of experience and knowledge needed to find the most common building faults, as well as any significant structural damage that you should be aware of.

We pride ourselves on happy clients, hence, if it is an emergency, our inspectors will work after hours to get the inspection and report completed on time.

Typically, we can provide an inspection the same day of the request or the following day, with the report being available within 24 hours from the time of inspection.

No, it is not a requirement for you to be present during the inspection, however, if you prefer to be you are more than welcome to.

Send Us a Message

We pride ourselves on providing our clients with a reliable and professional service. E-mail us through the form below, or call us at 0437 600 300 to schedule an inspection and make an informed decision before investing in your property.

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