Delivering independent, experienced damage reporting
Damage assessment and reporting for buildings and infrastructure from Morse Building Consultancy - determines the cause of infrastructure or building and provides expert recommendations for repairs through our comprehensive damage reporting service.
When it comes to building or infrastructure damage, identifying the causation is the first step in determining an insurance claim or outcome. Our damage reporting for buildings and infrastructure helps you to establish the causes of damage and provides you with effective recommendations for repairs.
Why use damage reporting services from Morse Building Services?
Our highly qualified and experienced team can help you:
- Identify the cause of building and infrastructure damage through comprehensive damage reporting
- Assess the most cost-effective solution with expert repair recommendations
Our damage reporting services are:
- Independent, qualified - Our team are fully QBCC licensed builders, NSW Builders’ Licence holders and building consultants with years of industry experience.
- Thorough, comprehensive reports - The property will be thoroughly inspected inside and out for structural issues, defect and causation. You will receive an easy-to-read report containing photos and a detailed summary of the consultant’s findings.
- Fast turnaround - Morse Building Consultancy endeavours to deliver all damage reports in a timely manner.
- Australian Building Code & Standards - All building work and materials used are assessed to ensure they are of the highest quality and comply with current standards, codes and legislation.
As an independent consultancy firm, we offer you unrivaled experience and specialist technicians to provide fully independent building damage assessment. And, our network throughout Queensland and New South Wales provides you with effective damage assessment for buildings and infrastructure wherever and whenever you need it.
Our services for damage reporting for buildings and infrastructure may include:
- A preliminary report and damage assessment
- Design supervision
- On-site inspections
- Final report