When purchasing or re-mortgaging a property, your bank’s surveyor will usually undertake a homebuyer’s survey on the property. A damp & timber report is included in the survey and is often required as part of the mortgage process.
A homebuyer’s survey will highlight obvious problems with a property such as penetrating or rising damp, and timber maladies including dry rot, wet rot or a beetle infestation. If the surveyor does uncover a problem, they will often recommend a further survey and report is carried out by a specialist remedial company before exchanging contracts.
Broadoak Basements have over 20 years of specialist experience providing quick and effective remedial work to clients based in the North West. We can send out one of our expert technicians to thoroughly inspect the property, provide a full report and identify the best course of action to rectify the problem.
Amateur mistakes are common in diagnostics, resulting in unnecessary and costly work that fails to address the problem. For this reason, it is especially important to seek professional assistance when treating remedial problems. The Broadoak team work diligently to address damp and timber problems in domestic properties, identifying the root of the problem and treating it as quickly and efficiently as possible.
If you have just received your homebuyers survey, or are a mortgage broker looking for a name you can trust then get in touch with a member of our dedicated technical team on 0161 962 1623. Alternatively, you can email us at [email protected]
We can offer rapid assistance within the North West, utilising 20 years of industry experience to provide the optimum solution for your specific situation.
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