Beetle, Electrical and Plumbing Inspections
Beetle, electrical and plumbing certificates are general conditions in the most deeds of sales. Since the early 90s it has become a legal requirement that when a property is sold, the owner must obtain a certificate to confirm that the electrical installations adhere to government’s safety standards. Because these certificates are transferable, it may sometimes be possible to only serve the current certificate.
However, the certificate is only valid for two years and when changes have been made to the existing installation or if there might be any uncertainty regarding the safety of the property, it is best to get an inspector to do a thorough investigation and, if necessary, do the necessary repairs and re-certify the property. This is the responsibility of the seller. The beetle certificate is not a legal requirement but the banks require a beetle certificate as a safety requirement before a bond will be approved for a property and is mostly a condition requirement in the deed of sale.
- Beetle inspections and beetle infestations and furniture infestations
- Electrical inspections
- Plumbing inspections
- Certificate of compliance