Condition Surveys & Reports

Building Condition Surveys prepared to your specific requirements by a Member of Chartered Institute of Building

Maintaining your Private Property, Tenanted Property, Block Managed Property and Commercial Property;

Without maintenance, houses and commercial premises suffer.  You should be very aware of any minor issues that can cause problems. You might not think a blocked gutter can cause problems, but believe me, they do.

The most common problems can be caused by the following.

  • Blocked gutters
  • Moss on the roof – which comes off and blocks gutters, it also holds moisture and causes tiles to spall
  • Blocked drains -and cracked drains – if you have not had a drain survey.
  • Make sure downpipes go into the gulley, no just discharge out of a shoe over the top of it
  • Plants against walls are not a good idea!
  • Non-permeable paint on timber windows – get it off and use linseed paints which breathe – able. Not all protective coatings are breathable, despite what the manufacturers tell you.
  • High ground levels – patios get raised, walls get wet.
  • Blocked sub-floor vents causing rotted floors
  • Uneven floors
  • Door & Window frame becoming mis-shapes and difficult to open or / and close
  • Smell of dampness
  • Visual evidence of mould
  • Make sure the loft is ventilated
  • Missing roof tiles, cracked slates

Multi-Serv (Herts) offer the following surveys;

  • Roof Condition Inspection / Reports
  • Home Condition Inspection Reports
  • Commercial Property Condition Inspections & reports
  • Defective Work investigations / Reports
  • Snagging Inspections

 

 

 

Condition Reports

We specialise in the following Surveys, Reports and Investigations for both our residential and commercial clients:

• Residential surveys / Building Surveys
• Home purchaser Condition surveys
• Schedules of conditions
• Specific defect analysis
• Insurance reinstatement works


We cover areas throughout Central London, Greater London, Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire, Essex and South Cambridgeshire.