Properties surveyed in September & October 2017

We have carried out Home Condition Surveys on a number of interesting properties throughout this month, as well as in September, including a Grade 2 listed thatched roof home in Padbury. Take a look below at some of the properties we have recently surveyed.

1950s Semi in Dunstable

1950s Semi in Dunstable

3 Bedroomed Photovotaic Panels in Edlesborough

3 Bedroomed Photovotaic Panels in Edlesborough

Grade 2 listed , Thatched , Padbury

Grade 2 listed , Thatched , Padbury

3 Bed for modernisation in Whitchurch

3 Bed for modernisation in Whitchurch

6 Bed Semi detached in Berkhamsted

6 Bed Semi detached in Berkhamsted

Picture taken with camera on pole so you can see flat roof, Northall.

Picture taken with camera on pole so you can see flat roof, Northall.

Detached Bungalow Eaton Bray

Detached Bungalow Eaton Bray

Detached backing onto Grand union Canal, Leighton Buzzard

Detached backing onto Grand union Canal, Leighton Buzzard

4 Bedroomed Detached, Edlesborough

4 Bedroomed Detached, Edlesborough

2 Bed flat in centre of Berkhamsted

2 Bed flat in centre of Berkhamsted

Staggered end of terrace in Kensworth

Staggered end of terrace in Kensworth

Nice size Semi in Dunstable

Nice size Semi in Dunstable

Semi Detached Bungalow with rooms in roof Dunstable

Semi Detached Bungalow with rooms in roof Dunstable

Modern Terraced property Dunstable

Modern Terraced property Dunstable

3 bed end of terrace. Bedford

3 bed end of terrace. Bedford

If you are interested in having a Home Condition Survey carried out, get in touch with our friendly team today for a free quote.

Properties Surveyed in July 2017

Last month we carried out Home Condition Surveys on a range of different properties of all different sizes, including a large, 5 bedroom house in Berkhamsted and one property awaiting modernisation in Leighton Buzzard. Take a look below for a snapshot of the properties we surveyed in July.

5 Bedroomed Detached in Berkhamsted

Chalet Bungalow in Harpenden

Property waiting to be modernised in Leighton Buzzard

Flint cottage in Chesham

Thatched house in Rickmansworth

Semi detached bungalow Leighton Buzzard

Linked detached bungalow Dunstable

If you are looking at buying a new home and would like a Home Condition Survey carried out, don’t hesitate to get in touch with our expert team today for a free quote.

Items seen on recent surveys

Take a look at our collection of images below showing some of the different items and issues we have found when carrying out Surveys across different properties. A Home Condition Survey is important when looking to purchase a new property as we can find and detect potentially costly issues before you make your decision, or to inform you on what will need to be fixed.

Sarking felt in roof crumbling away –  this can only be seen if your surveyor gets in the loft!

Tile battens have rotted to this property and the tiles are being held up by sarking felt. Could not be seen from outside.

Wet chimney stack.

Chimney breasts removed in the lounge & bedroom, rest of stack being supported on paving slab, not a safe, professional job!

Flat roof sunk and patched with stick backed lead flashing.

Bedroom bay window cracking away from main house.

A nice wasp’s nest.  Below a couple of fire caps that should be over down lighters in the loft to help stop fires. Not seen as often as should be.

An old septic tank – a surprise to the purchaser as he thought it was on mains drainage.

Hole being forced through cement side wall opposite outlet pipe under mining drain.

What can be seen with a camera on a pole.

Roof cannot be seen from the ground or top of chimney.

Brickwork dropping due to lack of lintel.

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