Floor Inspection Fees The fees associated with obtaining a Floor Inspection are as follows:
|Type of Service||Minimum Fee|
|Site meeting – verbal*# (Nothing provided in writing) Ideally, all relevant parties present, alternatively, the inspector informs those not present of the outcome||$350.00 AUD* (for up to 2 hours & $175.00 AUD/hr after that)|
|Dispute Resolution*# (Where parties are willing to work toward a negotiated action or outcome)|
|Site testing*# (non dispute, e.g. timber or slab moisture content) Test results provided in writing|
|Inspection and standard written inspection*||The standard inspection fee is $1200.00 AUD, though the following discounts apply:
|Inspection and specialised report*, where:
Member, up to $2000.00 AUD+* Quoted based on the work required.
Non Member, up to $2500.00 AUD+* Quoted based on the work required.
(These are indicative only, the fee dependent on level of work involved).
|Floor Inspection Panel Meeting or Appeal Panel Meeting (for ATFA members only)||$1100.00 AUD|
|Oven dry moisture content testing (up to 6 samples and results provided to client in writing). Additional to an inspection.||Member $100.00 AUD Non Member $125.00 AUD|
|Timber species identification Testing. This is an additional fee to an inspection.||Member $250.00 AUD for one piece, $175.00 AUD for each additional pieceNon Member $300.00 AUD for one piece, $200.00 for each additional piece|
|Travel costs for additional travel charges associated with inspections||Up to $0.75 AUD per kilometre (based on the ATO rate)|
These fees will be reviewed and amended from time to time.
* Additional time and travel costs will apply depending on the location of the site to be inspected, this can be up to $0.75 AUD per kilometre (at the discretion of the inspector). Inspections within 30 minutes drive from the inspectors address should not incur travel costs.
# Should a site meeting, testing or dispute resolution lead to the requirement for written information (therefore the client believes there is still an issue with the floor and wishes to progress the matter), the process becomes a full floor inspection and the balance of payment is required before the inspection proceeds (the balance being the difference in cost between that paid and the next level undertaken).