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Leaky Homes

We look at materials and design features that contribute to leaky buildings and some of the potential risks of leaky homes.

We look at problem areas and how to identify if your home or a home you are thinking of buying is at risk of being a leaky building.  If we do discover your home has problems with leaking and weather tightness, we look at the options available and discuss an appropriate course of action with you.

Specialists in Plaster Clad Houses

Managing Director Nick Godfrey (Licenced Building Practitioner # BP12280) is trade certified in two disciplines, Building & Exterior Plastering so is well qualified to assess and advise on all aspects of weather tightness and/or cladding and structure. With so much uncertainty surrounding leaky buildings, having your purchase inspected by a trusted and qualified inspector is your sure way of ensuring you are making a sound investment.



A home inspector is typically contacted right after the contract or purchase agreement has been signed. However, before you sign, be sure that there is an inspection clause in the purchase contract specifying that your purchase obligation is contingent upon the findings of a professional home inspection. This clause should specify the terms to which both the buyer and seller are obligated with respect to the findings of the inspection.


No. A professional home inspection is simply an examination of your home or prospective home. A home inspector, does not pass or fail a house, but simply describes its condition and indicates which items will be in need of repair or replacement immediately or near future.