We specialise in Building Surveying and bespoke Construction Consultancy to clients throughout London and the South East.

We can provide small scale domestic and commercial Project Management services and are able to assist production of Health and Safety information to help domestic and commercial clients to comply with the new CDM (Construction Design and Management) Regulations 2015.

We offer Party Wall Consultancy.

We offer Infrared Thermal Imaging Surveys using a Forward Looking Infrared (FLIR) Camera.

We now offer high level camera inspections up to around 12m from ground level by using a pole mounted inspection camera. This allows us to inspect roof’s, chimneys, windows etc without scaffolding or ladder access. We are also IPAF trained to operate mobile elevated work platforms for high level access requirements.

We specialise in building pathology, getting to the route of building defects to leave you with certainty about any remedial work.

Level 1 Building Survey
This service is designed for Clients seeking an objective report on the condition of the property at an economic price. As a result, it is less comprehensive than survey level two and survey level three. This level of service includes a visual inspection that is less extensive than for the other survey levels. The report objectively describes the condition of the building, its services and the grounds. It highlights relevant legal issues and any obvious risks to the building, people or grounds. The report is succinct and provides an assessment of the relative importance of the defects and problems. y. A survey level one report does not include advice on repairs or ongoing maintenance and this, combined with the less extensive inspection, usually means it is better suited to conventionally built, modern dwellings in satisfactory condition. It will not suit older or complex properties, or those in a poor condition.
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Level 2 Building Survey
This level of service is for clients who are seeking a professional opinion at an economic price. It is, therefore, less comprehensive than a level three service. The focus is on assessing the general condition of the main elements of a property. This intermediate level of service includes a more extensive visual inspection of the building, its services and grounds. The report objectively describes the condition of the different elements and provides an assessment of the relative importance of any problems. The report does include advice about repairs and any ongoing maintenance issues. This level of service suits a broader range of conventionally built properties and is generally not suitable for complex buildings, for example those that have been extensively extended and altered unique or older historic properties.
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Level 3 Building Survey
This level of service is for clients who are seeking a professional opinion based on a detailed assessment of the property. The service consists of a detailed visual inspection of the building, its services and the grounds and is more extensive than a survey level two. The report objectively describes the form of construction and materials used for different parts of the property. It describes the condition and provides an assessment of the relative importance of the defects/problems. The report will describe the identifiable risk of potential or hidden defects. propose the most probable cause(s) of the defects based on the inspection outline the likely scope of any appropriate remedial work and explain the likely consequences of non-repair make general recommendations in respect of the priority and likely timescale for necessary work identify and describe the legal implications of ownership in detail and give an indication of likely costs
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