Welcome to Andrews Eades Chartered Surveyors

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Andrews Eades Chartered Surveyors

Commercial Surveys

Tailored to businesses, our Commercial Surveys provide valuable insights into property condition and suitability for commercial use.

Commercial Surveys2023-10-18T13:45:23+01:00

Surveying Services

Commercial Surveys

Why choose Andrews Eades for your Commercial Surveying Services?

As with residential surveys, we also offer a comprehensive suite of surveys to cater for every type of commercial property.

A commercial survey provides a detailed insight into the construction and condition of the building and its services, helping to identify defects and remedial works prior to finalising any purchase. Commercial surveys will also seek to provide specific guidance on matters less commonly found in the residential sector, such as the presence of hazardous materials.

Our commercial surveys are bespoke to each property and are not constrained by a set pro-forma report structure. Therefore, they are suitable for every type and age of commercial property, regardless of which industry they cater for. The report will also include a selection of annotated photographs to help illustrate the identified issues.

Every surveyor in our team that undertakes commercial building surveys is a chartered building surveyor registered with the RICS. They therefore have years of specialist experience and knowledge in surveying commercial buildings.

  • Detailed bespoke commercial building surveys with annotated photographs.
  • All property types and ages catered for, regardless of industry.
  • Gives a complete picture of property before agreeing final purchase details.
  • Highly experienced and knowledgeable chartered building surveyors undertake each survey.

Your Trusted Surveying Partner

Count on Andrews Eades for reliable building surveying solutions. Connect with our experts to ensure informed decisions and get peace of mind regarding your next property purchase today.

Frequently Asked Questions

We’ve picked out some answers to the most popular questions we get asked by clients and potential customers about our Surveying Services.

To read our full list of frequently asked questions, please click here.

Do I need a survey when buying a property?2023-08-24T11:03:00+01:00

For most people a house is the most expensive purchase they will ever make in their lives, and whilst there is no requirement to have a survey when purchasing a property, we would always recommend that a survey is undertaken. Houses are complex structures with many hidden elements, and it is only through a great deal of experience and knowledge that one of our RICS accredited chartered surveyors can provide a comprehensive report on its construction and condition.

A survey will serve a variety of purposes when purchasing a property, from making a purchaser aware of any defects and issues within the building, to helping negotiate a reduction in purchase price due to unforeseen issues, to walking away from the purchase altogether when the property has some serious issues.

I have a dispute with my neighbour over the position of a boundary. What should I do?2023-08-24T11:04:20+01:00

In the first instance you should contact us to arrange an initial site inspection and letter report. As part of this we would undertake a site visit to analyse the boundary features on the ground, review available documentation, and provide initial advice on the dispute and your position. We would then be able to assist you in more detail going forwards if required, including writing to the neighbour on your behalf.

What is the difference between a Schedule of Dilapidations and a Schedule of Condition?2023-08-24T11:04:52+01:00

A schedule of dilapidations will only list reinstatement, repair and redecorating works that a tenant or lessee is required to make good in accordance with the repair clauses in their lease. The report will also include reasonable costs for each identified breach which will be a reflection of the landlord’s financial loss as a result of the defects.

A schedule of condition is a descriptive report which records the construction and condition of the property on any given day. The report records both good and bad condition, and does not make any reference to the tenant or lessee’s repair liabilities. A schedule of condition will usually be accompanied by a photographic record.

What type of survey do I need?2023-08-24T11:05:16+01:00

A. It depends upon the form of construction and age of the building, together with the level of information you require. The two main surveys we offer are a HomeBuyer Report or a Building Survey. We would be happy to discuss and advise which is best suited to meet your requirements.

More Surveying Services

Learn more about our surveying services below.

Boundary Disputes & Expert Witness Services

Our experts resolve boundary conflicts and provide authoritative testimony when needed, ensuring clarity and resolution for your property matters.

Building Pathology & Defect Inspections

Uncover hidden issues with our Building Pathology services, offering thorough inspections and solutions to address structural defects and deterioration.

Building Surveys

Get a comprehensive overview of a property’s condition with our Building Surveys, empowering you with insights for informed decisions.

Homebuyers Reports (HBR)

Make informed home purchases with our Homebuyers Reports, identifying potential issues and necessary repairs before you buy.

Insurance Reinstatement Valuations

Ensure proper coverage with our Insurance Reinstatement Valuations, determining the accurate cost of rebuilding in case of damage or loss.

Market Valuations

Our Market Valuations provide up-to-date property assessments, essential for buyers, sellers, and investors seeking property valuation accuracy.

Party Wall Services

Navigate party wall matters smoothly with our Party Wall Services, complying with legal requirements while safeguarding your interests.

Schedules of Condition

Protect your property interests with Schedules of Condition, documenting existing property conditions to avoid disputes during lease agreements.

Schedules of Dilapidations

Ensure compliance with lease obligations through our Schedules of Dilapidations, outlining necessary repairs and maintenance for tenants and landlords.

Snagging Reports

Prioritise quality with our Snagging Reports, identifying and rectifying construction defects and issues in newly-built properties.

Structural Elements Surveys

Gain insight into the structural integrity of your property with our Structural Elements Surveys, focusing on critical building components for safety and durability.

Case Studies

Please browse our case studies section for some examples of previous projects undertaken by the team at Andrews Eades Chartered Surveyors.

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