Bni-logo-bigOur purpose in business is to ensure that you, as a Property Owner or Prospective Property Owner, receives the best possible Service relating to your Property Inspection and Non-motor Insurance Claim.

This is managed through personal attention to detail, high quality standards and specialised knowledge. We are the only Accredited Home Inspections and Property Inspections with InterNachi resident in Mpumalanga. Rob, as a Home Inspector and Commercial Inspector, is expert in the detection of leaks in your roof, damp situations, mold (mould) and ground water flow. He has 14 Years of experience in the Non-Motor Insurance Assessing and Reparations, resultant damages through ceiling damage, geyser damage, flood damage, fire and burglary damage / claims Accredited by most Major Insurances

Let us take the stress and strain out of the compliance with the Consumer Protection Act when having to give the disclosure on your Offer to Purchase.

How professional would it be to have a full report on the condition of your property on your coffee table when having an open day or show day, where anyone can read the full disclosure of the condition of the property? – Nothing hidden and negotiations are simplified.

Prop Inspect and Assess – the only way to go. Home will only get better!

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Property Inspections

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The EAAB Endorses and advocates Home Inspections as a means of preventing problems with undisclosed problems.  In Addition, Home Inspections are recommended by top International Property & Real Estate Agencies

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Non-Motor Insurance Assessments

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Besides, paying for the home inspection is usually an extra cost for the buyer, not the seller. While skipping the home inspection may be tempting, home buyers may later be very sorry if they don’t commission a home inspection to show  what’s going on below the surface of the house – before  finally committing to buying the house.

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Tips for Greener Living

We do not appreciate our natural resources. Use them well.

The basic rule of thumb for collecting rainwater is this: "Anywhere falling rain doesn't soak in to the ground, the runoff can be collected," said Garden Gate. That means your roof is the water collection area.

Collected water needs a way to be transported from the roof - that's what your downspouts are for. And water flowing through them needs to be captured. Enter the rain barrel.

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