RICS Homebuyers Report Surveyors in Stoke on Trent Newcastle Under Lyme Crewe Stone and Stafford

0330 133 1111

steve@buildingsurvey.co.uk

 

 Marcus House
 Park Hall Road
 Stoke on Trent
 ST3  5XA

 

Homebuyers Reports Stoke on Trent  Crewe Newcastle under Lyme Stone Stafford

Low Cost Home buyers Surveys and Reports Stoke on Trent  Crewe Newcastle under Lyme Stone Stafford

 

Click for home 

Homebuyers Surveys    -    Sample Report   Terms    -     Homebuyers Survey Price

 

 

Stone surveyors homebuyers report on a 1935 semi detached house

Our Stone surveyors found frost damaged bricks blocked vents and poor insulation that was likely encourage condensation, substandard electrics, a dangerous glass door, potenially dmp quarry tile floors, old ceilings that were at risk of collapse, missing firebreak walls and missing roof linings.

 

 

RICS Homebuyers surveyors report on a 1902 end terrace house at Crewe

 

 

Our RICS Crewe surveyors found severe structural movement and had to advise the potential purchaser about the implications in respect of obtaining house insurance. The roof structure also appeared to be substandard although there was some evidence of improvement and there was a risk that foul waste as draining to a soakaway or storm drain.

 

Homebuyers Survey of a 1910 Stoke on Trent Semi detached house by our independent property surveyors

 

 

 

 

Our Stoke on Trent Surveyors found structural movement above a soldier arch, a long standing leak, frost eroded bricks and pointing and an insecure ceiling whilst preparing an RICS Homebuyer Report and Survey

 

Stoke on Trent Chartered Surveyors RICS Homebuyers Survey and Report on a 1930 semi detached house

 

The elevations on this typical 1930's house have been rendered to save money by avoiding the need to purchase and carefully lay expensive facing bricks. The render had been given sharp edges at the openings using metal beads. Unfortunately these were corroding leaving unsightly stains. The only remedy is to chop them out and re render which requires skill to blend the new into the old. The house then has to be repainted unless matching paint is available. The roof surface had formed a dish shape due to a slightly substandard structure in which a major component was undersized and had sagged slightly. An outbuilding had a fractured concrete roof. Apart from letting water into the outbuildings this is potentially problematic as the reinforcing may start to corrode forcing concrete of the roof until it is eventually destroyed. The property had the original quarry tile floor in the kitchen. This was uneven due to the sand or ash on which it had been laid compacting unevenly. The tiles and particularly the joints are likely to be damp as there is no damp proof membrane under. Such floors need to be kept uncovered and well ventilated. Roots had also invaded a drain and were catching water material. Fortunately this was at an early stage and the chamber had not filled.

Homebuyers survey of a 1960's property at Crewe

Crewe surveyors homebuyers survey of 1960's detached property last refurbished in the 1980's. We found an old and inefficient boiler with single pipe central heating system, unsupported chimney breast, missing window lintels, old electrical fittings substandard fuse box without RCD protection and substandard earthing and an invasion of ants.

RICS Chartered Surveyors Homebuyers Report on a 1960 dormer bungalow

Our surveyors found included frost damaged bricks, ponding on a garage roof, unsightly spay foam repairs, uninsulated roof voids and a dangerous loft hatch.