The surveying team at Paul Ennis & Company Limited have an enviable track record in offering clients a well-considered and reliable service. We are a Quality Assured practice, regulated by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) and committed to exceeding the expectations of our clients by going the extra mile and exercising both diligence and prudence on their behalf.
In all instances we appraise, recommend and implement quality advice that tackles problems and identifies the most appropriate course of action early on. We enjoy our work and care passionately about delivering on time and to budget.
Our Building Pathology team is made up of Architects, Chartered Building Surveyors and Chartered Building Engineers with the experience and skills required to find defects in buildings and put them right. We are recognised locally for our technical expertise and highly commercial and pragmatic approach to problem solving. Our senior RICS surveyors have a highly-specialised knowledge of building construction, materials and components.
As the needs of each property and client differ, the fees charged are by agreement. If any of the above services are required, please contact the team for free advice and a cost estimate by return.
Don’t forget that, even with a flat or office suite, you may be responsible for a share of the cost of repairing the whole building.
The only way to find out the structural condition is to have a property survey carried out by an expert. At worst, serious defects may be found, and at best, you will have peace of mind knowing that the building is sound. Many clients armed with the full facts are able to negotiate for work to be done or for the price to be reduced. Others are prevented from making a costly or ill- advised purchase. The report can also be used to plan future maintenance.
Yes. It is important to appreciate that a valuation is not a building survey. The sole purpose of the valuation inspection is to ensure that the loan can be recovered by selling the property if necessary. The valuer is not required to carry out a building survey. Most mortgage valuers do not have experience or are not qualified in carrying out such house surveys.
We offer the following property survey products
RICS Condition Report
RICS HomeBuyer Report
Structural Survey (also available for commercial properties)
Building Survey (also available for commercial properties)
View our survey comparison table to see the differences between the above surveys.
If you have any non-standard requirements, these can be included in the survey and report by specific agreement