Miller Metcalfe Surveyors offers national coverage across England and Wales and is a centre of excellence, with accreditation from the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors for residential surveys and valuations.
We specialise in:
· HomeBuyer Reports
· Building Surveys
You will receive competitive quotes for your house survey across England and Wales and a detailed, quality survey report with Miller Metcalfe Surveyors.
Our helpful and approachable booking team will listen and guide you on the most suitable survey for your property type. They will then contact the appropriate people, from the agent to the house seller, to arrange a date for inspection.
When your inspection has been completed, you will get a call within 48 hours from your surveyor to provide a brief verbal summary of the survey and description of any significant issues.
Our surveyors combine wide-ranging expertise and experience with national coverage and extensive local knowledge.
You will receive by email your HomeBuyer Report or Building Survey report within 3-5 working days of the inspection. Our Customer Care Team will then put you in touch with your surveyor if you have any queries about your report.
RICS Home Buyers Report
You should choose this report if you are buying a conventionally built house, flat or bungalow in reasonable condition.
The RICS HomeBuyer Report is a thorough, visual inspection of the inside and outside of a property. The report will identify defects that affect the value of the property, necessary repairs and any on-going maintenance needed. It will also supply information about location, environmental issues, and energy efficiency.
You will have peace of mind about your property purchase with Miller Metcalfe’s HomeBuyer Report.
RICS Building Survey
The Building Survey is recommended for properties that have one of the following characteristics:
· Unconventionally constructed
· In poor condition.
In your survey report, you will be informed of a wide range of issues in the property, including visible defects and potential problems following a thorough inspection. It will also provide an outline of repair options and the consequences of not remedying the problems, and includes advice for your legal advisers and details of serious risks.
All our surveyors are professional, qualified members of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS).