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Our range of surveying advice can help if you’re unsure about the type of house survey you might need, want to understand the role of a Chartered Surveyor or find out more about why you need a house survey.
One of the most important things you can do for your future property is get a decent survey - but how do you pick the right surveyor?
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reallymoving.com suggests home movers check whether their potential property lies on a flood plain as this may pose an insurance risk.
The word dry rot will send shivers down the spine of every homeowner, and rightly so. Dry rot spores surround us everyday, unseen to the human eye.
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.
Get the facts on structural damp, the types of damp that may be present in a home and why it’s important to get a HomeBuyer Report before purchasing a house.
MAP Surveyors in London have provided their top tips on how to prevent damage to your home caused by wintry weather.
Find out how to get your home ready in preparation for a survey.
Here are the facts about asbestos
It is important to ensure your Chartered Surveyor is aware of any plants and trees that may have structural damage or pose a danger.
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