If you are looking to buy, sell or renovate property in the picturesque city of Canterbury, you can avoid unnecessary costs and gain peace of mind with our truly independent damp and timber surveys.
As independent surveyors and members of the PROPERTY CARE ASSOCIATION (P.C.A.), we have no financial interest in your results and will provide you information that you can trust. By highlighting potential problems before they deteriorate - and avoiding eventualities such as unnecessary remedial work, or the loss of a sale - our damp and timber survey will allow you to proceed with your plans in an informed and cost-effective manner.
Our comprehensive survey will inform you of the apparent and potential damage caused by these issues, alongside guidance and recommendations for next steps should any remedial action be required.
Property in Canterbury A world-famous tourist destination and UNESCO World Heritage Site, Canterbury is an ancient city with time-tested appeal. With its excellent rail links ensuring that both central London and the Kent coast are in easy reach, the popularity of England’s oldest cathedral city continues to grow.
By utilising our truly independent damp and timber surveys in Canterbury, you can benefit from our years of professional insight and expertise, and proceed with your plans in full confidence.
Whether it’s the grand white stucco Regency houses surrounding Dane John Park, cosy 15th-century cottages next to the river or comfortable newbuilds in the suburbs, Canterbury’s housing stock showcases an array of beautiful British architecture.
The property in Canterbury is a part of the city’s rich history, which encompasses everything from Roman settlers to Chaucer’s Tales. Conducting a damp and timber survey with us will help you make the best decisions for your schedule, your finances and the property itself - contributing to its continued habitability and preservation.
What To Expect From Your Damp And Timber Survey
A damp and timber survey from Hamilton Associate Surveyors Ltd investigates the presence of:
Damp - unwanted moisture in the structure of a building, either the result of intrusion from outside or condensation from within the structure.
Wood-boring beetles - species of beetles whose larval or adult forms eat and destroy wood.
Fungal Decay - damage caused by wood-destroying fungi.