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10 Reasons To Use A Building Surveyor

When you’re looking to buy or sell beginning, renewing, or terminating a lease developing, extending, renovating and repairing or maintaining commercial properties, hiring an expert in Building Surveying to protect your interests can have many advantages.

A building surveyor London provides you with professional, independent, and expert guidance. This will save you time, money and stress with regard to commercial properties. They are able to, and do bring value to projects by bringing together their unique mix of design and construction expertise and knowledge of property.

1. They are aware of problems with building, Building Regulations, the specifics for construction agreements, risks of dilapidations Health and Safety Regulations and how to manage teams of experts.

The types of services Building Surveyors can provide include:

2. Project Management: Overseeing the design and supervision of the construction process for major refurbishment and new construction projects from conception to the point of completion.

3. The Development Monitoring Program monitors the progress of major construction projects for freehold investors, financing institutions or tenants to ensure that projects are constructed and designed according to the development plan and budget.

4. Refurbishment: Overseeing the construction process right from the beginning until completion, including all post-contract and pre-contract activities as well as financial control, and obtaining any required legislative approvals.

5. Schedules of Conditions: The preparation of schedules of condition in order to accurately document what the state of leasehold properties when the lease was signed.

6. Dilapidations: Prepared final and interim dilapidations plans for landlords. representing tenants when the final or interim schedules were served.

7. Repairs and Maintenance: The preparation of planned maintenance programs for property portfolios or individual properties portfolios and handling the pre- and post-contract service requirements in connection with repair and maintenance projects that result from the program.

8. Specific Building Surveys: Creation of thorough Building surveys before the acquisition of leasehold or freehold rights in industrial and commercial property.

9. Defect Investigation: Examining building defects, identifying the signs as well as the causes, and recommending repairs and, if needed taking steps to arrange the repairs that need to be made.

10. Restitution Cost Assessments for Insurance Purposes The inspection of the home, measurement survey (or verify measurements) and the preparation of a valuation for reinstatement on which the landlord and their insurance company can count.