In the midst of Covid-19 we’re all starting to batten down the hatches and spend some more time at home self-isolating. Whilst we can’t welcome family and friends into our homes you might start to notice some unwanted visitors taking refuge in your house, pests.
Why do I have more pests in my home lately?
Australia has been battling a myriad of weather related issues recently, we’re had bush fires one day, and flash floods the next, so what does this mean for pests?
The bushfires destroy ground foliage that bugs and pests use for protection; without coverage they can be easily seen and fall prey to birds and wildlife. Pe
A dilapidation report is a report on the condition of a property at a given point in time. It records any existing damage, and the state of any aspects of the property that are likely to be affected by construction work, excavation or demolition.
1. Independent inspection
A dilapidation survey outlines the current condition and any existing structural damage including areas which may be prone to damage. This includes (but is not limited to) cracks, stresses and water damage to floor, walls, cornices and ceilings; cracks in brickworks, road surfaces and adjoining footpaths; deterioration of roofs, gutters, downpipes a