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One of the most important things you can do for your future property is get a home survey - but how do you choose a great surveyor?
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A Building Survey (Level 3 Survey) is the most detailed home survey, but what does it include and is it right for you?
What is underpinning and what should you do if you suspect a property has been underpinned? Our guide will help you find out.
The words 'dry rot' will send shivers down the spine of every homeowner, and rightly so.
Need some answers about subsidence? Here are the facts on what it is, how it presents and who to contact if you think your property has subsidence.
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