We specialise in delivering the highest level reports (RICS level 3), which a chartered building surveyor can only undertake.
Chartered Building Surveyors
Our Chartered Building Surveyors take a meticulous and highly detailed approach. We believe our customers should always be presented with complete information on a property or project.
However, this process does not include a valuation; a mortgage lender usually provides this, and our building surveyors see this process as very beneficial to all of our clients. RICS supports our opinion as “essential for larger or older properties or if you are planning major works.”
Features relating to the business include:
- Construction and condition
- Building Pathology (damp, movement, etc.)
- Urgent and/or dangerous issues
- Options and solutions
- Budgeting repairs and restoration
- Materials usage and performance
- Hidden and visible defects
- Consequences of failing to act
- Areas of further investigation
- Sourcing extra advice
- Energy efficiency
Chartered building surveyors include additional reference to elements such as:
- Building regulations compliance
- Statutory considerations
- Planning (conservation areas and listed buildings)
- Transport links
- Environmental issues
Easy to Understand
At Prinsegate Chartered Surveyors, our reports and Party Wall agreements are explained in simple terms. Our Chartered Building surveyors provide you with several clear options, beneficial for a homebuyer interested in the condition of a property.
Our structural surveyors, who have practical knowledge from previous hands-on contracting, can provide you with a realistic cost estimate for works needed, which can help you negotiate the purchase price!
Get in Touch
If you are interested in speaking to Chartered Building Surveyor about a property or have general queries about the process then please get in touch.