Don’t compromise your buildings structural integrity.
- IMPROVED INSULATION
- NO PLANNING PERMISSION NEEDED
- INCREASES VALUE OF HOME
Structural Surveys by Ploughcroft
Before undertaking any renovation work or building extensions, property owners should ensure a structural survey is carried out to reduce the risk of any damage during the building work.
To obtain planning permission, in many cases it is necessary to have a structural survey report. If your home is showing any kind of movement in the foundations, cracking in the walls or sagging of the ceiling or roofline, you need to get a professional structural survey or assessment report.
You can get a General Structural Inspection which covers the whole property or, if the problem is confined to one area, a Specific Structural Inspection can be commissioned. In the case of fire damage to a house, a General Structural Inspection may be required in order to find out the stability of the house before any repair work can take place. We will make sure your buildings are safe and sturdy. We will provide a Structural Assessment Report and suggest the repairs or renovations you may need to make.
Problems within walls and roofs of properties can compromise the building’s structural integrity.
- Leverage to negotiate on asking price of potential properties,
- Provides advice on demolishing unwanted properties, or parts of buildings,
- Renovate your property without damaging the structure of the building,
- Integral for new builds.