A Full Building Survey (previously known as a Structural Survey) is a detailed inspection of properties including; houses, bungalows, converted and purpose built flats, warehouse, shops, factories, leisure facilities and offices.
These are detailed reports designed to provide the buyer with expert building advice before proceeding with a purchase.
A Full Building Survey may be carried out on any type property, however is more necessary on older type buildings, poorly maintained or unusual type properties or a house on the larger scale. This type of survey is also excellent if you are wishing to alter or extend your property substantially or if this has already been carried out on the property.
The detailed report includes;
It will also include;
If you wish, you may also tailor make a building survey to suit your requirements, for example if you may be planning on building a conservator or extension to your property or any major renovation works.
Assuring our clients experience the best service possible
I am contactable directly to provide advice to clients
Meticulous and thorough in every property appraisal
This survey is ideal for listed buildings, old buildings and property that has been structurally altered and converted.
Yes the drain lids if accessible they are lifted and the chambers are inspected.
Yes Stone Survey has full Professional Indemnity insurance in accordance with the RICS guidelines. I am also a RICS Registered Valuer and Stone Survey is Regulated by RICS.
They will focus primarily on the structural integrity of the property and look for maintenance issues such as subsidence, unstable walls, a leaking roof or unsafe chimney chute. They will also provide details on the type of materials and glazing used, which is helpful when it comes to ensuring your property.
Property surveyors can identify issues that may impact a buyer's decision to continue with the purchase. These red flags could include structural damage, unapproved extensions or subsidence.
When surveying your property, your RICS surveyor will inspect the outside space as well as the inside of your property. It is important to inspect your garden as the plants and trees around your house can have a big impact on your property.