It has become increasingly common for us to undertake a re-survey, this is generally because the client is disappointed with the level of information in the initial survey report, or because something has come to light which suggests that the initial surveyor has reached the wrong conclusions or acted negligently. An example of a re-survey can be found in case studies.
Re-surveys are undertaken for listed and unlisted property and are sometimes confined to a particular part of a property. A typical example is where the original survey report does not provide adequate conclusions or recommendations regarding the condition of the roof covering, windows, or plaster. If you feel your original survey is ambiguous or has not answered all of the questions, we are able to provide detailed impartial advice.