We are Fp Surveying, a RICS regulated chartered surveyors. We have offices in Bournemouth, Brighton, Bristol, Cambridge, Croydon, Finchley, Haywards Heath, Kingston, Leicester, Southampton, Tunbridge Wells and Wimbledon which means we have many locally based surveyors on hand to help you.
We have an invaluable experience of the chartered property surveying industry, giving us an in-depth knowledge of a variety of property surveys. We can offer a RICS building survey and a RICS homebuyers report around England and Wales.
We are proud to provide competitive prices with an extremely quick turnaround of our surveys and reports. You’ll have peace of mind knowing we always deliver a high-quality survey and clear, in-depth report, at cost effective, reasonable prices.
If the property you’re going to be buying was built using modern equipment, isn’t older than 1850, remains in a good condition and hasn’t undergone any reconstruction work, then our RICS home buyers survey will be more suited to you.
A RICS regulated chartered surveyor will thoroughly assess your property looking for minor and major defects and damages on the exterior and interior of your house. This will be extremely beneficial to do before committing to buying the house, as it will highlight areas that need repairing and offer advice and costs on how to repair these issues.
We usually find issues such as structural damage, subsidence, damp, rot and infestation along with many other hidden damages that you wouldn’t be able to easily notice.
If you’re planning to have major reconstruction work carried out, then you’ll require a RICS full structural survey. Our building survey will suit your property if it’s older than 1850, constructed with unique or old building materials or is a listed building.
This survey is more in-depth than our homebuyer report as it looks behind furniture, under floorboards and in the attic. We will search for structural damage and give your property a condition rating of either 1, 2 or 3, depending on the demand for repairs and level of damage.
The survey will be conducted by a RICS regulated chartered surveyor who will then create an easy to read report of their findings. We will advise you how to fix the damage and how much it should cost.