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Our Services


We are experienced in our field and can provide detailed survey and advice for the inspection of conventional, traditional, non-traditional and historic buildings. We offer the following RICS pre-purchase survey: Level 2 (Homebuyer), Level 3 (Building Survey) and private valuations to suit your individual needs. 

Are you purchasing a property? Whether you’re upsizing or downsizing, a first-time buyer, or a property developer - buying a property is a big financial and personal investment. You likely already know that, because you’ve probably found this page looking for a pre-purchase survey!

We can help you to have confidence in your purchase, understand the risks and liabilities of the property, and explore the potential of your property. We can help you save time, money and effort by giving you exactly what you need to know about a property before you commit to purchase. We believe every house purchase should be accompanied by an RICS survey, and undertaken by a competent surveyor. We tell you what you need to know, before you realise you need to know it!


Are you concerned about a defect that is ongoing in your current home? Perhaps there is some cracking in your building and you don’t know how worried you should be. Do you have some dampness in areas and are unaware of the cause? May be you’ve had some poor workmanship undertaken by a builder, or have had a pre-purchase survey that has recommended further investigation into some areas?

These are just a few examples where we can help. We can provide an independent service to diagnose the issues and provide further advice on remedial works.

Some examples of our services include:

  • Structural cracking diagnosis and further advice.

  • Damp diagnosis and repair advice.

  • Roof and drone inspections.

  • Radon detection and monitoring.


If you are thinking about undertaking home renovations, building an extension, or constructing a garden room or small annex, then we can help at all stages of the process. You will need to comply with the building regulations and may need to get planning permission from your local authority. These are two separate processes that often require project drawings.

We can offer design and specification writing for any works you are undertaking and provide you with the drawings and plans you need to submit a successful building control submission and planning application.

We are experienced in the production of design and drawing information, having worked on large commercial and residential refurbishment projects in the commercial building surveying industry.

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Measured Surveys 

Measured surveys are comprehensive assessments conducted to obtain accurate and detailed measurements of buildings. These surveys involve precise measurements of dimensions, distances, and features within a designated area. We create detailed drawings  reflecting the existing conditions of a property or site. 


Planned Preventative Maintenance (PPM) & Stock Condition

Planned Preventative Maintenance (PPM) is a proactive approach to managing and preserving the condition of assets, facilities, or equipment. It involves scheduling routine inspections, repairs, and upkeep tasks to prevent unexpected breakdowns and extend the lifespan of assets.


Stock Condition assessments evaluate the overall condition and performance of a property's components, such as roofs, windows, and heating systems. This information aids in long-term planning, budgeting, and prioritizing maintenance efforts based on the assets' current and predicted conditions.


Party Wall Services

 A party wall is a shared boundary or structure that separates two adjoining properties, and it is commonly found in urban areas where buildings are closely situated. The Party Wall Act (1996) in the United Kingdom, for example, provides a legal framework for building owners to address matters related to party walls.


The act outlines procedures for serving notices, obtaining agreements, and resolving disputes between property owners when undertaking construction work that could affect a shared wall. This could include actions such as building an extension, carrying out repairs, or excavating near the party wall. 

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