What is a Construction Inspection
A Constructive inspection aims to determine the real constructive state of a building, to know the structural and constructive functioning and to identify the constructive pathologies that the building can develop.
What does it consist of
In a construction inspection, a technician visits your property and takes data that will serve to draw conclusions about the construction status of the building. In the first inspection, the symptomatology that can be seen with the naked eye is assessed and the convenience of complementary studies and/or tests is assessed, such as: aluminosis test, tastings to access hidden elements, tastings to extract witnesses and carry out tests of laboratory load, etc. If it is deemed convenient, a second inspection can be assessed more thoroughly: based on the tests carried out and more specific inspection devices (hygrometers, thermal cameras, fisurometers, etc.). Finally, a report of everything observed can be made.
A Construction Inspection will tell us if a crack could imply a risk of structural collapse, what is the cause of a damp spot, if a building has aluminosis, etc.
What will the customer get
The client will obtain information and, if requested, a report with which he will be able to know the construction status of his building. The report will be drawn up and signed by an expert architect in building pathologies. He will know if he needs to carry out repair actions on a defect, if he can sue third parties or if the cracks in a structure that worried him are not really worrying.