Based in London, Netelect Surveying are a London chartered surveyors offering our RICS homebuyer report and building survey across London, specialising in the central London.
First founded by Arron Lawrence, a Masters Qualified Chartered Building Engineer and Associate RICS Surveyor, Netelect Surveying have years of experience in the surveying industry. We have gained an in-depth knowledge and invaluable skills of the business that we bring to every job.
As a RICS registered firm, our team are highly skilled and always remain professional throughout the process, offering their expert advice and opinion whenever needed.
When you're buying a new house, it is essential you have a home buyers survey carried out to check for any hidden defects. Netelect Surveying's RICS homebuyer report is suited for most property types, but more common amongst properties that aren’t older than 80 years and remain in a good condition still.
Our homebuyer report will assess the condition and structure of the property you plan to buy to highlight any problem areas. We will look for signs of damp and search for rot or woodworm. Our homebuyer report will not look under carpets and floorboards or behind furniture and walls.
Once we’ve completed our assessment, we will put together a detailed report of the issues we found during the survey.
Netelect Surveying's RICS structural survey carried out by our professional building surveyors is crucial when you’re buying an older property that has obvious signs of damage. This survey is much more comprehensive than our homebuyers report as we assess the structural issues of the property. We will look behind furniture and walls as well as in the attic and exterior and interior walls.
This survey will be even more vital if the property was built using unusual or unique building materials. We will search for any hidden damages, defects and issues that could crop up later in the buying a house process.
We will then gather our findings and present them in an easy to read report, highlighting major issues that we found. We will explain the results in a clear and concise manner.