Property Snagging & Handover Inspection
Property Snagging & Handover Inspection Is your property nearly ready?
One of the best experiences in life is handing over your newly-built property. However, your smile might suddenly turn into a frown once you spot any minor defects or “snags” caused by poor equipment or workmanship.
If you are caught up in this kind of scenario, the best way to deal with it is to itemize those facts and report them immediately to the Developer. However, that can be a time-consuming ordeal. This is where QAQCS comes in! Our snagging services which include a full inspection of your property ensure it meets quality and building standards.
Our team highlights in detail every possible minor and major defect in quality, imperfections, omissions, as well as general building flaws and poor workmanship. This is followed by a thorough inspection (internal and external) of all areas of the new property.
We offer complete property snagging and handover inspection services to ensure the perfect property is delivered to you.
This Service is Suitable for;
- Holiday Homes
- Any Other Commercial Space
What is Property Snagging?
Snagging is the systematic process of evaluating a property to identify if it has any need for repairs or existing defects that the contractor or developer might have overlooked. Snagging – Property handover inspection in Azerbaijan is meant to protect investors and buyers from the burden of shouldering the responsibility and costs of fixing issues that the contractor or developer should have remedied before the property handover.
What does a property handover inspection include?
Here’s a full list of what the inspector will review, according to the Azerbaijan standard of Property Inspection:
- Heating system
- Central air conditioning system (temperature permitting)
- Interior plumbing and electrical systems
- Attic, including visible insulation
- Windows and doors
- Structural components
The inspector isn’t going to tear your property apart to inspect piping and wiring. But the more an inspector can access, the more complete the final report will be.