Glyn Jones residential surveys are the most comprehensive available. Their format is unique and has evolved over 30 years. They are written in clear, understandable fluent English with the latest digital photographic imagery. Choose from one of the following reports.
The Glyn Jones ‘Full Building Survey’
Formerly referred to as a Full Structural Survey, this is the most comprehensive survey available. It provides an accurate assessment of condition and illustrates, using digital photographs, any faults and problems. Budget costings are given, as are specifications for any repair work necessary. The conclusion to the report gives a balanced opinion regarding overall condition, advice on how to proceed and a market valuation.
An excerpt from a report can be downloaded by clicking here (672kb pdf)
The Glyn Jones ‘Homebuyer Survey’
A simpler and more succinct format to the Building Survey, the Glyn Jones Homebuyer Survey is ideal for modern properties (i.e. those less than 80 years old) and built using conventional materials.
Each Glyn Jones Homebuyer Survey is individually prepared and unlike the reports of other surveyors, it does not rely upon report writing software, which produce unnecessary or inappropriate ‘standard text’.
The Glyn Jones Homebuyers Survey is cheaper than the full Building Survey but still provides thorough advice. In particular, it highlights urgent and significant matters; photographs illustrate faults.
An excerpt from a report can be downloaded by clicking here (568kb pdf)
The Glyn Jones ‘Structural Appraisal’
Cracking and structural movement in buildings can cause doubt and confusion. Movement problems commonly come to light during the valuation inspection carried out by the mortgage lender, and ‘Structural Reports’ are often requested.
The Glyn Jones Structural Appraisal provides tailored advice identifying the cause and severity of any movement, together with suggested remedies. The reports, presented in a clear and concise format, are accepted by the major mortgage lenders and insurance companies.
An excerpt from a report can be downloaded by clicking here (916kb pdf)