Snagging Surveys

Snagging Surveys are an important part of the property buying process. After the construction of a new property is completed, it is important to conduct a snagging survey to identify and address any defects, damages, or incomplete work before the buyer moves in. Snagging Surveys are typically carried out by professional surveyors or inspectors who have experience and knowledge in identifying construction defects.

The survey report from Snagging Survey typically includes a detailed report of the defects found along with photos, including highlighting any safety hazards and regulatory issues that must be resolved. The surveyor will typically address the concerns with the developers or builders who will be required to make the necessary repairs.

Without Snagging Surveys, the buyer may not be aware of the issues that need to be addressed, which could lead to unexpected costs, hazards, or even reduced resale value of the property. Therefore, it is highly recommended that buyers hire a professional inspector to conduct a thorough Snagging Survey to ensure their investment is sound.

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RICS Surveys

Buying a new home is a big investment. You need to makesure you have a fully qualified Surveyor to satisfy yourseld and your lenders

Snagging Surveys

If you have purchase a new house and moved in you will need to ensure the property is snagged properly by the builders. We can help!

Structural Surveys

If you have visible signs of structural damage we can investigate the extent of the damage and advise on structural repairs.

3D VR Scanning

We offer a 3D laser scanning service using the Leica BLK 360 which is highly accurate and produces a 3D point cloud of the property.

Aerial Survey & Inspection

You can potentially save thousands by using our aerial service compared to the cost of scaffolding towers.

A Schedule Of Condition Survey

A Schedule of Condition Survey is a detailed report that documents the existing condition of a property at a specific point in time.

Timber and Damp Surveys

A timber and damp survey is ideal for situations where you feel there is an issue with water penetrating a structure.