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Master Builders QLD
Brisbane Building and pest inspection
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Buidling and pest inspection brisbane

termatrac thermal sensor

The T3i Thermal Sensor detects changes in surface temperature and thermal anomalies from current to reference point. An infrared sensor averages the temperature in the area of the laser pointer to provide a numerical result.

termatrac moisture sensor

T3i All Sensor Moisture technology uses a capacitance based method to detect moisture differentials reaching more than double the depth of other moisture meters on the market (60mm). Operators can gain an instant reading by sliding the moisture pad against the surface they are working on.

Direct mode – The direct moisture mode shows any slight increase or decrease in moisture on a dial percentage.

termatrac radar sensor

The Radar sensor uses non-invasive, low-energy microwaves that penetrate through most common building materials to detect activity. The high-frequency low radar emissions allow the operator to locate and track termite and other insect activity without disturbance. The radar technology feeds live-stream data to T3i Operate (Android device) Application which operators can ‘save’ and use for pre-treatment and post-treatment reporting.



Starting from: $220


Starting from: $330


Starting from: $220

The Areas we Inspect

Roof Exterior

External Areas



Roof Space

Safety Hazards

Service Area

  • Brisbane
  • Ipswich
  • Logan
  • North Gold Coast
  • South Sunshine Coast


Here are some questions we were asked by clients .

Do I need to get a building inspection?

A building inspection is just one check you can get done before buying/selling a property. A building inspection involves the inspector visually surveying and characterizing the property, including any structural defects or potential hazards. State-of-the-art instrumentation is sometimes used to fully assess the condition of the home or building.

What is included in the report?

The building inspection report is a written account of the property’s condition. It will include any significant building defects or problems such as rising damp, movement in the walls (cracking), safety hazards or a faulty roof.

How long does this process take?

Depending on the size and condition of the property, an inspection usually takes about 1 to 2 hour. However, it could take longer in the larger size properties. The report is then made up offsite and then emailed out to you within 24 hours after the inspection.

Can I be present during the inspection?

We recommend meeting your inspector onsite to discuss the problem areas and any questions you may have. This allows your inspector to focus on all areas for the rest of the examination to ensure a thorough service without any disruptions or mistakes on site. We keep you on track with every step of your inspection from booking to the report delivery, so you can feel confident everything goes smoothly and accordingly.

What happens if I want to cancel?

There are no cancellation fees but 24 hours notice is necessary and appreciated.

Should I get a home inspection on a brand new house?

Even in a brand new house, mistakes can be made. Targeting the problems immediately will help your case in getting the builders to fix those problems free of charge – saving you money. Builders are required to build a code and if those standards are breached, an inspection will endeavour to find all problems and any major defects.

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