Insulation in this roof void is in contact with the back of the recessed light fixtures causing a potential fire hazard. Insulation must be kept clear of the backs of recessed lights by at least 200mm or a cowl (available from all electrical supply stores) should be placed around such lights to prevent insulation from contacting lights. If you have any questions or concerns about this or any other building matter, you can call Troy

SUBSIDENCE/ MOVEMENT TO VERANDAH

Posted by admin on October 1, 2018
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BPI Melbourne finds signs of movement to rear verandah.  Unsafe handrail – large gaps. subsidence/movement to deck large gaps to handrails weather damage to frame timbers If you have any questions or concerns about this or any other building matter, you can call Troy at BPI Building and Pest Inspections on 0400 105 554 visit https://www.buildingandpestinspectionsnorthmelbourne.com.au email us on melbournenorth@bpic.com.au This entry was posted in Blog on August 28, 2014. Post navigation ← Ceiling insulation causes a fire hazard ash at NorthcoteTermite damage to

MELBOURNE PROPERTY MARKET FORECAST IN 2015

Posted by admin on October 1, 2018
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Whether shopping for a new home, selling a current property or just curious, knowing what to expect from the property market in Melbourne is extremely important. From what the interest rates are going to do with how well homes are going to sell, all of this can be forecast, to some extent, for the upcoming year. So, for anyone who is looking for this kind of information, it is possible to find it. This is
House prices in Melbourne have tentatively risen by 11.7%, between 2013 and 2014. The median house prices in Melbourne were up 5% in December from the September quarter, to stand at $669,000.  The breakup in the property market segments indicates that the prices in outer Melbourne rose by 8.9%, prices in middle Melbourne went up 13.2%, while prices in inner Melbourne rose by 11.7 percent. In 2014, the Melbourne auction also witnessed a record breaking