Plumbing is a critical aspect of building inspections as it plays a vital role in ensuring the safety, functionality, and efficiency of a building’s water supply and waste management systems. Plumbing systems are responsible for supplying clean water for drinking, cooking, and cleaning, as well as disposing of wastewater and sewage in a sanitary manner. During building inspections, the plumbing system is thoroughly examined to identify any potential issues or deficiencies that may affect the performance of the system or pose risks to the occupants and the environment.

Find out more about plumbing and building inspections below.

Building Inspection Chelsea – Plumbing Defect

Mr inspector is a qualified building inspector in Chelsea, Melbourne helping home buyers with detailed independent house inspection reports on dwellings they are wishing to purchase. The above photographs were taken by Mr Inspector during a recent building inspection in Chelsea and depict a...
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Building Inspections Sandringham – Leaking pipe

Mr Inspector, a qualified building inspector in Sandringham believes that most building defects are found under the house due to the area rarely being inspected. The above is a photograph taken during a building  inspection in Sandringham showing a leaking pipe found during a...
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Building Inspections Cheltenham – Water ponding in Sub Floor

Mr Inspector, a qualified house inspector in Melbourne took the above photograph during one of his Cheltenham building inspections after discovering excess water ponding in the sub floor of the home. You can see water ponding around the stump – this is considered a...
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