Based in Sunderland, we are Paul Airey. We are proud to offer a range of residential surveys across the UK at a professional, high quality standard. All our surveyors are RICS regulated chartered surveyors with many years of experience. We pride ourselves on our friendly and reliable services carried out by our MRICS qualified team including RICS property surveys and a free valuation.
We've been offering professional property services in Sunderland and the surrounding areas since being established in 2002. Since then, we've gone from strength to strength and built a reputation for providing a personable service with strong local knowledge, making it easy to find a surveyor.
We combine years of experience with cutting edge technology to ensure a modern, flexible surveying service delivering clear and informative reports. Our RICS chartered surveyors have extensive, detailed knowledge of the unique construction techniques and property markets in the region, and have been involved in some of the biggest development projects across Sunderland in recent times.
Purchasing a house is one of the biggest investments you'll ever make, so it pays to be fully informed on the state of the property in question. Our home buyers survey will provide you with expert insight into the condition of the property before you buy it, and will include details of defects that may change the asking price. A RICS Property Survey will provide peace of mind and knowledge of any costly structural issues that may lie hidden, saving you money in the long-run from surprise repair and maintenance costs.
Our property surveyors are RICS Regulated, meaning you will only receive the best service and customer care. Plus, with years of expert local experience, our surveyors have considerable insight on properties in the region, meaning high quality and detailed reports. The report is impartial and independent, and will contain clear and easy-to-read analysis of every accessible area of the property. The report will highlight defects of immediate concern, as well as ongoing maintenance issues. A market valuation is also included, which takes into account any structural defects and acts as a vital tool to negotiate on the asking price.