RICS CHARTERED SURVEYORS SOLIHULL WEST MIDLANDS

0121 607 8165

steve@buildingsurvey.co.uk

8 Jeremy Grove, Solihull, B92 8JH

The Apex, 2 Sheriffs Orchard, Coventry CV1 3PP

Independent RICS Surveyors for Building and Structural Surveys in Solihull

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RICS Homebuyers Survey on a 1909 Solihull Semi-detached house

Solihull semi-detached house with cellar and attic room from just after the turn of the century. The chimneys have been demolished probably because they were in very poor condition from attack by condensates of combustion and the original tiles roof replaced with a modern concrete tile one which raised concern about the structures ability to support the extra weight. Poor cellar ventilation had encouraged dampness which has caused decay of the floor structure and encouraged beetles to infest the floor planks. There was no protecting the occupier of the attic room from fire and the stairs to the attic room were steep with winding treads and difficult to use in the dark. External redner appeared to have used plaster rather than a sand and lime render which would make it vulnerable to water damage. The property had old lead water supply pipe and a corroding metal gas pipe. Insualtion of the attic room was considerably substandard.

Solihull surveyors RICS Homebuyers Report on a 1900 Semi detached house

Typical semi-detached three storey house with cellar from just before WWI. The Roof surface is life expired and has also distorted due to a sub standard structure which has probably resulted from having to accommodate the dormer window. There are no fire doors on the landings or halls to protect the occupier of the roof void rooms or to allow an escape corridor. The garage roof was also like expired due the slates delaminating and the structure was also substandard and had a decayed joist end. Boundary walls had suffered considerable loss of their faces. Yew trees in the garden are extremely toxic and a beech tree is a maintenance liability and may have protection order. The period nature of the house and others in the road means it is likely to be in a conservation area.

HOMEBUYERS REPORT SURVEYORS FEES FOR SOLIHULL WEST MIDLANDS

(Fully inclusive of VAT)

Pre 1919          1919 -1945         1946 - 2011      

1 and 2 Bedroom Flats               

300.00                 275.00                 250.00

1 and 2 Bedroom Houses          

375.00                 325.00                 300.00

3 Bedroom Houses                    

400.00                 375.00                 350.00

4 Bedroom Houses                    

450.00                 425.00                 375.00

5 Bedroom Houses                    

500.00                 450.00                 400.00

Steve Butler Chartered Surveyors

RICS Regulated Chartered Surveyors with thirty years experience of property surveys and valuations in the West Midlands.

Our services include:

RICS Structural and Building Surveys including structural  and subsidence investigations for adverse mortgage valuations and insurance purposes.

RICS Homebuyers surveys and reports on residential houses for pre-purchase purposes. It is not often that we do not discover defects with properties that cost more to repair than our modest fees.

RICS Valuations for Help to Buy, Housing Association Matters, Matrimonial and Will disputes, Probate and Taxation, Insolvency and Bankruptcy.

RICS Expert Witness Reports particularly for Boundary Disputes, Rights of Way and Defective and Poor quality work by cowboy builders

As a sole practioner I have low overheads and can offer competitive fees a rapid response and flexible service.

       

RICS Boundary Dispute Surveys Solihull
RICS Expert Witness Reports Solihull