At Alan Rance Surveyors, we pride ourselves on delivering service excellence at a price you can afford. We have 40+ years’ experience and exceptional local area knowledge in and around Dunstable, Leighton Buzzard, St Albans and Tring with reports to keep you fully informed about the condition of your property.
Alan Rance Surveyors – winner of BUILD Magazine’s official Building Surveyors of the Year 2024 – Bedfordshire
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Alan Rance is an experienced building surveyor with an established reputation in the Northwestern
Home Counties of Buckinghamshire, Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire.
Alan and his team provide straightforward, jargon-free Building Survey and Home Condition Surveys for residential properties as well as EPCs for both residential and commercial properties.
At Alan Rance Surveyors, we guarantee that every client receives exceptional service and excellent value for money. Our Building Surveys are conducted by an experienced and certified surveyor who is regularly audited to ensure consistent high-quality reporting.
Our EPCs are produced by trained Domestic Energy Assessors and Commercial Energy Assessors who
are Elmhurst Energy accredited. In addition to professional certifications, every report is covered by the assurance of Professional Indemnity and Public Liability Insurance.
I have been surveying property for over 40 years and enjoy using my expertise and local knowledge to help buyers find their perfect property. If you are looking for a reliable and easy-to-follow property survey at a very competitive price, please call me today on 01525 220786 to get a free quote.
– Alan Rance
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Why Choose Us?
- 40+ Years Surveying Experience
- Clay Lump & Thatched Roof Expert
- Straight Forward & Stress Free
- Building & Home Buyers Surveys
- Approved Member of RPSA
- Commercial & Residential EPC Specialist
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