Building Surveys

There can be many reasons why building surveys are undertaken, including the identifying of defects, determining the general condition for planned maintenance, to determine if a property is suitable for adaptation or alteration, or for a client wishing to purchase a property.

We can draw on our experience to undertake inspections of all types of residential property, to suit our clients’ requirements which can require us to respond quickly when often, time is of the essence.

When it comes to buying a residential property however, recent statistics from a study conducted by chartered surveyors e.surv, show that an astonishing 8 out of 10 prospective home buyers are not commissioning a detailed survey prior to completion of the sale. Considering the size and importance of the investment, it is extraordinary – especially since the average survey identifies defects that would cost just £1,800 to rectify.