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What is included in a snagging report?

A snagging report can contain (but is not limited to) any of the below; Brickwork, fencing, driveways and gardens Doors, windows and other ironmongery Kitchen units, tiling and flooring Bathroom suite and tiling All internal spaces, even the loft Damage caused during assembly and construction Workmanship, finishes and joinery Operational checks such as lighting, hobs …

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What is a snagging report?

A snagging report is a detailed walkthrough of defects identified during a visual inspection of a new home, garden or outbuilding. Our reports contain images and text of each “snag” identified.

Can Prinsegate help me raise capital?

Yes. We have partnered with Hallcroft Structured Property Finance who are experts at brokering strategic deals to raise money to buy land. We broker the deal to ensure that everyone is getting the best deal. Learn more here.

Will I have my own dedicated Block Manager?

Yes, we have a dedicated block manager that you can contact at any point via email or phone. Our Block Managers are supported by our nationwide team of RICS-certified surveyors. The will be dedicated to ensuring every aspect of your block is running smoothly and it is a pleasure to live in.

What is a Block Manager? What do they do?

A Block Manager is in charge of ensuring a block of flats is in good condition. The majority of their work involves the upkeep and maintenance of a block to make sure it reaches various health and safety regulations.

Why should I use a project manager? Is it worth it?

Having someone with the experience to see a project through from start to finish is invaluable. There are lots of industry standards, regulatory costs and unknowns when building structures intertwined with habitable spaces. At Prinsegate, we specialise in helping our customers navigate through the everchanging building industry whether you are soundproofing a wall, upgrading a …

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