Our reporting is used to schedule preventative maintenance, provides a baseline to assess deterioration with future reviews, and for remedial works to rectify defects, whether minor or major.
Our range of building inspections identifies issues and defects, so they don’t become major faults. This approach saves owners significant costs and minimises inconvenience and disruptions. Problems are fixed on a timely and proactive basis.
PASG Projects conducts inspections for the common areas of buildings:
- Combustible cladding
- Leaking roofs and drain overflow
- Water ingress and damage
- Basement water ingress
- Balustrade deterioration
- Waterproof membrane faults and failure
- Balcony and tiled common area membrane issues
- Deterioration in window seals
- Structural issues
- Concrete spalling
- Driveway concrete cracking
- Black mould
Through our Client Communication Plans we ensure each stakeholder has a full understanding of the issues involved, any preventative maintenance, the remediation works and schedule.
- This service provides a comprehensive inspection of the building’s common areas to assesses its waterproofing and any architectural problems. This includes a roofing audit.
- A report is produced that recommends any actions that need to be taken, and establishes the base line used in future assessments to measure any further deterioration.
- This inspection identifies defects and the issues that need to be addressed through preventative maintenance and/or remediation.
- A four year scheduled inspection ensures a building does not have defects that are missed and over time can become structural issues requiring a significantly higher investment to fix.
- The four year report is updated with an annual inspection and update.
- Annual reviews are conducted of the building’s common areas.
- High risk items under $3k are automatically fixed. This typically covers minor leaks and roofing damage.
- For larger defects over $3k, quotes are obtained for works, and approval gained from the Owner Corporation Committee.
- The building’s maintenance schedule is updated.
- Every four years the Comprehensive Defect Inspection is conducted.
- A roof audit should be conducted on a scheduled basis using a comprehensive checklist of potential faults.
- An audit is recommended after severe weather events such as major storms, high wind gusts and hail. This identifies damage and any debris that may be blocking the roof’s drainage causing downpipes to overflow into roof spaces.
- A thorough roofing audit should be conducted at least every five years.
To find out more about how our inspections can protect your building, call 1300 167 796 or email email@example.com.