Why do I need a Coromandel Valley Building Inspection?

 

Nestled in the Adelaide hills between Eden Hills and Flagstaff Hill you’ll find the tranquillity that is Coromandel Valley. This leafy suburb offers residents a classic home among the gum trees with some of the best views in Adelaide.

 

The suburbs nature-rich landscape is the perfect place to raise a family, so it’s no wonder sixty percent of the areas demographic is made up of families. Residents say that the vibrant and diverse food and retail centre available to locals is just the start of why Coromandel Valley is such a desirable place to live.

 

However, with the dense bush landscape, there are things to look for when purchasing a property in Coromandel Valley. Detail Building Inspections will perform a thorough building inspection on the property to acknowledge any areas of concern that may cost you money in the long run.

 

Pests

 

The area’s abundance in foliage, while beautiful, makes it naturally susceptible to also being the home of unwanted pests.

 

When rainfall occurs in areas that have dense tree coverage, it can take longer for moisture that has built up in the home’s timber to dry out. Damp wood is a prime condition for wood loving pests, such as termites.

 

In conjunction with a regular home inspection, Detail Building Inspections will complete a pest check on your home or potential property identifying the presence of termites, while also acknowledging areas of the house that may become a possible termite haven in the future.

Why Choose Coromandel Valley?

This well-established, family friendly suburb is the perfect place to raise your family. With local schooling, as well as fantastic parks and a nature-rich environment for the kids to enjoy, you can rest assured that Coromandel Valley will provide you with the peaceful, suburban lifestyle you’ve always dreamed of.

Sturt River Linear Park

 

The Sturt River starts in the Adelaide Hills and meanders down to the Patawalonga in Glenelg North. The City of Onkaparinga manages a stretch of the Sturt River trail in Coromandel Valley, just off of Main Road.

 

The scenic walking trail follows the river as it winds through the valley. The relaxing walking trail is the perfect place to take the kids on the weekend allowing you to experience the creek in an undisturbed natural setting.

 

Much of the Adelaide Hills character has remained while maintaining a great deal of native vegetation, helping keep a healthy diversity of wildlife that is less common in Adelaide southern suburbs.

 

If you’re looking for a building inspector in the Coromandel Valley region, look no further than the team at Detail Building Inspections. Our expert inspectors will thoroughly assess the property allowing you to move forward with peace of mind. Call the team today!