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The 5 Most Common Defects Likely to be Found in a Building Survey

The 5 Most Common Defects Likely to be Found in a Building Survey

So, you’ve just had your RICS Building Survey, or HomeBuyers Report completed on your potential dream home. You’re keener than ever to know it’s condition so that you can either renegotiate the asking price or determine a budget for making repairs.   What are the Most Common Issues? What Should I Do Next? If you’re […]

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Why it’s Essential to Have a Survey when Purchasing a Property

Your home is potentially one of the largest purchases you’ll ever make. So why risk buying a property without completing a survey only to realise later on that you could have made a very costly mistake? The cost of a survey in relation to the price of a property always makes perfect sense. Don’t take […]

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How to Prepare for a RICS Property Valuation

We are incredibly busy at the moment and it is always appreciated if the owner of the residential property is full prepared for their RICS Property Valuation. It is important that all parts of the property are accessible to allow the valuer to carry out a thorough inspection, thereby ensuring there are no defects that […]

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How to prepare for a Domestic EPC

IMPORTANT INFORMATION We will require access to the following parts of the property during the EPC assessment.

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How to prepare for a Commercial EPC

Everything you need to know about preparing your commercial property for a Commercial EPC assessment.

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EPCs Require Time & Effort

On 6th April 2017 we were asked to assess a property that had been rated F and as a result the property owner had been advised to upgrade the heating system to an air conditioning system. The property comprised a three storey purpose built office in Warrington. We inspected the property and after obtaining the […]

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Free EPC Audits

Free EPC Audits

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Why an inaccurate EPC can be expensive

Our clients sometimes inform us that another EPC company has offered them a more competitive price than the one we’ve quoted. However, the initial price of the EPC should not be their main concern, it should be whether the EPC will be carried out accurately.

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How we can assist in cases where a commercial property obtains a low EPC rating

How we assist in cases where a commercial property obtains a low EPC rating

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A Critical Evaluation of the new Electronic Communications Code

The Electronic Communications Code came into effect on 28 December 2017 and as from that date the rollout of telecommunications infrastructure has stalled and the market has stagnated.

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