A snag is a defect found in your property after building work is complete.
A snag is typically something that is damaged or broken, not fitted properly, or generally unfinished or incomplete.
Snags vary from minor to major but are typically minor cosmetic issues, such as a scratch on a window, a missing door hinge, or a crack on a work surface.
However, minor snags may not cause problems in the short term but if these are not rectified in an appropriate manner, they can become a more serious issue in the future.
Major snags on the other hand are still very common and should be dealt with immediately as these generally violate building regulations and technical standards.
These kind of major snags are typically missed by the average home owner, without the experience and training or the correct equipment that is necessary to identify them.
Our inspectors are all experienced professionals and work to current building regulations and technical standards to ensure all snags, minor and major, are identified and reported.