A gWe offer property inspections services Auckland wide. We can give accurate, fast property inspections with the option of a verbal or written building report. Innohome Ltd. Building and House Inspections was established in 2003. We have delivered comprehensive inspections to hundreds of customers. Furthermore, we commit to provide you with high-quality property inspections before purchase or to protect your current investments.
We recommend landlords get a thorough property inspection by a registered building inspector every few years to protect your property investment. Firstly, it a great way to make sure you, as the landlord, are meeting health and safety obligations. And secondly to make sure there are no hidden issues that could cause costly repairs.
How long since you had a thorough property inspection of your rental property?
We provide same day services and we include electronic moisture detection for potential leaky homes.
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Are you keen to purchase a property?
Make a property inspection part of your purchase agreement before anyone else beats you. Then have Innohome provide a building report with a thorough property inspection.
Do you own a rental property and want to do a thorough property inspection?
Get a thorough property inspection by a registered building inspector every few years. Make sure they are no hidden issues that could damage your investment.
What our customers say
I recommend Innohome to others
Definitely coming back to Innohome
Definitely, a service that went high above our expectations and the full written report is extremely descriptive and gives a great insight into the house and repairs we will need to do.
James M. Beck
Kevin picked up all kinds of issues I would never have spotted on my own
Excellent Response Time!
We recommend landlords get a property inspection every few years to protect your property investment and ensure they are meeting their obligations:
The Residential Tenancies Act 1986 requires landlords to provide and maintain rental properties in a reasonable state of repair. What’s considered ‘reasonable’ depends on the age and character of the property and how long it’s likely to remain habitable and available to be lived in…
Landlords must comply with all legislative building, health and safety requirements. This means keeping the plumbing, electrical wiring and anything to do with the structure of the house safe and working properly. This includes making sure that locks and fastenings are adequate. Learn more: https://www.tenancy.govt.nz/maintenance-and-inspections/laws-and-bylaws/