We offer a range of surveys. The survey you need will depend on the age and complexity of your house. Scroll down to find out more.
RICS Home Condition Report
Briefly describes the construction and condition of the building, services, grounds and any significant outbuildings, advising also on any areas which your legal advisor should investigate further e.g. guarantees for works, rights of way, planning/building control matters etc. Further advice on repairs and/or ongoing maintenance is not given. The inspection is the least extensive of the three survey types and the report is the most concise. The Condition Report is therefore priced the lowest and is aimed at conventional and newer homes in reasonable condition.
From £400 to £960
RICS Homebuyer Report
The HomeBuyer report covers all the features of the Condition Report, however, it is a more detailed product and advises on aspects not covered by the Level one survey. The inspection is more extensive and the report gives more information regarding the property’s construction and condition. Additional advice is also given about repairs and areas of the property which will require ongoing maintenance. The HomeBuyer survey is suited towards a wider range of conventionally built homes, in reasonable condition.
From £600 to £1,500
RICS Building Survey
The Building Survey (formerly known as the Structural Survey) is the most comprehensive of the three options. The inspection and report goes into a much greater level of detail than the level two product, providing further advice regarding cause and remedy of defects and potential issues which could arise should they not be addressed. More minor defects which are not included in the HomeBuyer report are covered here, and advice is also given to defects which may be present in areas hidden from view. We would recommend you select this option should your property be larger in size, older and run-down, of non-conventional construction (e.g. historic timber framed or stone built), or you plan to undertake extensive works.
From £800 to £2,000
Add on service
We are fully licenced and insured to fly drones over houses for survey inspections. An increasingly popular service, the drone is operated by a Chartered Surveyor who undertakes a visual survey of your roof whilst capturing images for the report and for your use. This can be a stand alone service or added as an additional feature to your regular survey.
Add on service from £200
Stand alone survey from £400