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What to look out for in a Routine Inspection
What to look out for in a Routine Inspection

Routine Inspections

Updated over a week ago

We have compiled a non-exhaustive list of some of the important things you should look for in a routine inspection.


  • Is the property is tidy and well presented?

  • Are all the smoke alarms working? (might be a good idea to bring batteries just in case)

  • Are all the lights and light switches working?

  • What is the condition of the kitchen appliances and fittings? e.g. oven, stove top, exhaust fan, etc

  • Are any of the sinks or taps leaking?

  • Has there been any damage to the flooring? Look for stains on the carpet, broken or cracked tiles and scratches on floorboards

  • Are any sliding doors and windows in good condition? Check the handles and locks

  • Are there any large marks or holes in the walls?


  • Are the locks and handles on external doors in good working order?

  • Is the garage well organised and is the lock functioning?

  • Is the garden/lawn well maintained?

  • Are there any large overhanging branches or trees that need to be cut back?

  • Has there been any damage to the gates and fences?

  • Check for excessive cobwebs under the eaves of the roof

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