home-approved® provide a unique, affordable property survey service. In addition to a full survey, we provide cost estimates for repairs to any defects which we identify. Moreover...we access all areas.
Our service is a refreshingly new approach, available at any stage of purchasing a property, including pre-offer.
home-approved® is for the wise and wary purchaser who needs to know more about the condition of the property they are interested in buying including the cost of repairing defects.
House-buyers are not usually property experts. House-buying is stressful and buying the wrong property is costly. The home-approved® building survey gives you confidence to make decisions.
The home-approved® building survey is advisable at any stage. In order to avoid unnecessary professional fees, and wasted time, we suggest the survey is carried out before you make your offer.
At home-approved® we offer a friendly, fast and affordable service. Following a survey of the property, we prepare a Report which informs you of observed defects as well as the estimated costs of repairs.
Our Property Surveyors carry extension ladders as well as a pole camera to provide video and still images of areas which are difficult to access such as the roof. The report is presented in a clear and concise format and we include digital photography of all identified defects.
A home-approved® building surveyor remains completely impartial and independent at all times. We do not recommend contractors or tradesmen. We have no vested interest in declaring property in poor condition or identifying unnecessary repairs.
House-buying is stressful and mistakes can be costly.
House-buyers are not usually property experts, but do sometimes make hasty judgements, which have significant and hidden cost implications.
We provide a personal and professional service which is designed to reduce your stress, avoid unnecessary costs and strengthen your bargaining position.
You are welcome to speak to the Property Surveyor who carried out the Survey to ask any questions and discuss any concerns you might have about the property.