With over 60 years of combined experience carrying out property surveys, Silverstone Residential Surveys can provide a RICS homebuyer report and a RICS building survey. We have in-depth knowledge and a varied experience in the industry which gives us an invaluable insight into property surveying.
Fully regulated by RICS, Silverstone Residential Surveys will provide you with a first-class surveying service and an easy to read report to go with it. We pride ourselves on our high-quality service, going the extra mile for each and every customer.
We aim to provide you with our professional and expert advice and opinion on your survey results and report when necessary. Remember, when you compare surveyors, we will always stand out as one of the best.
If you’re buying a modern house that was built using common materials and remains in a good condition still, then you will need our RICS home buyers report. Our homebuyer report will thoroughly examine the property and look for any damage or repairs that will be needed.
If you have a homebuyers report before you commit to buying the house, you could potentially save a lot of money on repairs or get the chance to renegotiate your offer if there is a significant amount of repair work.
Your homebuyer report will be carried out by a RICS regulated chartered surveyor at Silverstone Residential Surveys, which should give you peace of mind.
If the property you’re going to buy is a rundown, old or listed property that has had significant reconstruction work carried out, you will need to have our RICS building survey. One of our expert building surveyors will carry out a comprehensive and in-depth examination of the house, searching for hidden damage and defects.
We will search under floorboards and behind furniture to ensure the most thorough examination is carried out. If we find major damage, you could save thousands of pounds in repairs as we will spot the damage now and not once you've moved in.
To give you peace of mind of the quality of service we offer, we are fully regulated by RICS.