Property Inspection: A Property Inspection is a non-invasive, visual inspection of a building, carried out by a fully qualified professional trained and experienced in evaluating buildings and their components.

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The inspection is designed to provide you with all the information you need to make an informed decision about your potential purchase. You will be able to walk away from the inspection with a clear knowledge of what major issues (if any) are involved with your property, and which items will need maintenance in the short and longer term.

It is important to bear in mind that since an inspection is visual and non-invasive, no part of any building will be tampered with or dismantled – obviously this includes NOT removing drywall, digging up the garden or drilling holes in the roof. The building will be in identical condition after the inspection. Indeed, if an Inspector does any damage to any building or contents, he would be liable for the cost of repair or replacement. Any reputable property inspector will carry insurance to cover the event of accidental damage – and are well within your rights to ask to see proof of this insurance before the inspection commences.

A typical Property Inspection can be separated into three areas:

Visual Inspection – you will meet your Inspector at the property at an agreed time to take part in the evaluation. Come on – let’s take a look round your new house! Many clients enjoy the inspection experience, as they feel their way around an unfamiliar property with a professional guide. At Aston Property Inspection, we encourage our clients to participate, but it is not mandatory. The inspection will last about three hours for a typical family home, depending upon size and condition.

Inspection Report – Our visual inspection involves a verbal discussion of our findings, where the inspector will also be happy to answer additional questions. In addition we guarantee to provide an individual written report to the client within 48 hours of the inspection, though we can sometimes be quicker if our client has an urgent need. Our report will be specific to the property inspected, and will not be a simple checklist of items that you could fill in yourself.

Post-Inspection Resource – The Inspector will be available to you after delivery of the report, to clarify any issues arising from the report, or to answer any questions you may have about any aspect of the inspection process. Please contact us to discuss your needs.


While a new home should come with no problems, often in this region this is not the case. Not only will this inspection help you protect your investment it will also alert you to issues that you can get the developer to attend to under warranty and before even taking possession.

For most people searching for a certified home inspector in their area, the first step is getting a quote. If that is what you are looking for simply fill out the form on this website or give us a call at +971 45149730 to speak to a customer representative personally. You'll need to know the size of the property in question. If you don't, you can usually find out by searching the address on Google. Let us know if you have any questions, thanks for considering Carelabs!


♦ A thorough investigation of major property components as structural systems, roofing, building, interior and exterior, air-conditioning systems, plumbing, electrical, firefighting etc.

♦  A detailed report covering recommendation for repair, replacements and upgrades of the observed deficiencies and deferred maintenance.

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