16 December, 2021 | Building Survey

Top tips to help you choose the best building surveyor

It cannot be said enough times that a home survey is a worthwhile investment when you are buying a property. The survey findings should give you a clear idea of the condition of the building, highlight any issues of concern and potentially save you a lot of money further down the line. That said, it’s […]

21 October, 2021 | Building Survey

When does a crack in the wall indicate subsidence?

If you want to know if the property you are thinking of buying is in good condition, an independent surveyor should be your first port of call. Nowhere is this more important than if there’s a crack in the wall. Let’s be honest – the untrained eye won’t be able to tell if a crack […]

29 April, 2021 | Building Survey

6 common property issues that a survey can discover

Buying a house or a flat is a major financial commitment, perhaps the biggest you will ever make. Whether you are a first-time buyer or an existing homeowner, you need to protect your investment by having a professional survey carried out. Being aware of the condition of the property is not only important for your […]

Row of characteristic english houses (Cambridge, UK)12 January, 2021 | Party Wall

When do you need a Party Wall Award?

The Party Wall Act 1996 stipulates that property owners who plan to alter their property in such a way that it affects a party wall must serve Notice to adjoining property owners. If you are thinking of extending your house, converting your loft, excavating a basement or carrying out a range of other building works […]

Building Surveyor12 January, 2021 | Building Survey

5 good reasons why you should get a Building Survey

If you are in the process of buying a house or a flat, you may be wondering what to do about property surveys. Should you get one? Are they worth having? And if so, which is the best one for your requirements? Let’s take a closer look. Do you need a survey? There is no […]

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