Strata Inspections and Ten Year Reserve Fund Reports have become mandatory for all schemes with ten or more lots. The requirement states that anyone can do the Reserve Fund however like all reports, inspectors with a minimum qualification of a registered builder will view your property through experienced eyes and offer repair and maintenance advice that is prioritised and practical.
The legislation came into effect on May 1, 2020 and Council of Owners have until their first AGM following May 1, 2021 to have one completed.
Our team have spent extensive time and energy in developing a detailed Ten Year Reserve Fund Report including Maintenance and Repair items with specific reference to the current building condition, recommendations and advice on replacement and rectification work.
Last year we were so delighted to be awarded Finalist for the Strata Supplier of the Year 2019. We were recognised for our research into the strata industry and passion for providing a relevant and practical report in collaboration with stakeholders and follow up support post inspection.
Our service offering has been tiered to offer the right report and inspection for your property and budget. Please call us for a quote for your property and to discuss your concerns so we can email you our packages and tailor a report to suit you.
BCI WA do not carry out any repair or contract work so the report and advice provided is independent and unbiased.
BCI WA inspectors are registered builders or engineers and come with over 30 years-experience each. Our point of difference is that we offer you practical and cost-effective repair and maintenance advice and are available at any time for ongoing support. All credentials and contact information of the inspector will be provided in the report.
Every Ten Year Reserve Fund Report is designed to meet the requirements of the Strata Titles Act and Regulations Amendment effective as of May 1, 2020. In particular, Section 76 (100 (2A) and Reg 77.
The following items will be inspected in your Ten Year Reserve Fund Report:
In the event you accept our proposal we contact a nominated person to discuss the property history and current concerns prior to commencing the inspection.
To make informed decisions based on factual information on the condition of the property. An independent and unbiased report draws a clear line in the sand for the property managers and council of owners to discuss with each other and tenants or trades people. Often, when comparing quotes the difference in prices and items quoted on can differ greatly. Our report allows you to compare apples with apples.
If you would like to forecast and budget for the next five to ten year period, ask us to graph the items that require repair and maintenance and an approximate time frame for this to be done.
Our team of experienced inspectors and administration team will provide you with pre and post inspection care. We take pride in our service and in explaining any defects in person if required.
For advice on your strata property or on who can assist you with maintaining or managing it, call Jo Colman on 0420 699 848.
Why pay for an inspection? Because we speak for the building. You enjoy peace of mind and a good night’s sleep!
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