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Welcome to our site

We are entirely qualified surveyors whose aim and interest is to establish the cause of damp and timber problems in properties, also recommending the types of treatment required to solve these problems.

Some contractors today will carry out a 'free survey'. Be aware of these as they may survey your property and diagnose the problem according to their line of business and to the services of their company. This may lead to unnecessary work, confusion about what problem actually exists and in some cases may not even solve the problem. The fact that we are independent means that we have no ties to any contractors and so have no financial gain from finding problems that do not exist. We will therefore assess the problem and come to a conclusion and recommendation completely independently.

As independent surveyors we offer a completely impartial assessment of your property. Our reports and advice will give you peace of mind and guidance of how to resolve the issues you are faced with. We work with many of the following;

  1. People purchasing or selling a property
  2. Mortgage Lenders
  3. Estate agents
  4. Local Authorities
  5. Landlords / Tenants
  6. Homeowners with continual problems

We are based in the Greater Manchester area but cover all areas in the North West and Cheshire.

We are always happy to discuss your requirements and answer any questions you may have. If you’d like to contact us please feel free to give us a call, send an email or use the request a survey form to get in touch.

Email us at:

Contact us on;  07928 035451 

We are members of the Property Care Association (PCA) and are members of the Chartered Institute of Builders (CIOB)

When looking to appoint a damp and timber surveyor ensure the surveyor carrying out your damp and or timber survey holds the CSRT and for below ground investigations the CSSW qualifications. There is only one national damp proofing, woodworm treatment and Dry Rot Eradication Governing Body and that is the Property Care Association (PCA). Formerly known as the British Wood Preserving and Damp Proofing Association (BWPDA)

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