If you are looking to buy, sell or renovate property in the market town of Faversham, you can avoid unnecessary costs and gain peace of mind with our truly independent comprehensive damp and timber surveys.
Few areas of Kent have a more varied or impressive history than Faversham. Situated between London, Canterbury and the Isle of Sheppey, Faversham has been a centre of trade and industry for almost two millenia. Once the summer capital for the county’s Saxon kings, Faversham remains a popular and picturesque place to live and visit.
If you’re investing in or own one of Faversham’s many historic properties, their age and proximity to the sea may put them at risk of degradation. Whether you’re looking to buy, sell or renovate, it’s important that you gain expert knowledge into the condition of your property with our independent and unbiased damp and timber surveys.
Hamilton are independent surveyors and members of the PROPERTY CARE ASSOCIATION (P.C.A.). This means we have no financial interest in your survey results, empowering you to act on our recommendations with complete confidence.
By highlighting potential problems before they deteriorate - and avoiding the need for future remedial work or the loss of a sale - our damp and timber survey will ensure you can continue with your plans in an informed and cost-effective manner.
PROPERTY IN FAVERSHAM
Established on the route between Canterbury and London, Faversham became a trading hub for traffic on foot and by sea. The town was a centre of Britain’s explosives industry up until the First World War, and is also home to Shepherd Neame, Britain’s oldest remaining brewery.
With almost 350 listed buildings, Faversham boasts some of the richest architectural heritage in the county. By utilising our truly independent damp and timber surveys in Faversham, you can make the best choices regarding the property, and ensure the preservation of Faversham’s historic buildings for many years to come.
WHAT TO EXPECT FROM YOUR DAMP AND TIMBER SURVEY
At Hamilton Associate Surveyors Ltd, we provide a full report on the presence of visible and potential damage - variously caused by dampness, wood-boring beetles or fungal decay - as well as offering guidance and recommendations for remedial action where needed.
Our surveys and reports include external and internal observations (with accompanying photographs), the possible causes of any problems found, and our conclusions and recommendations. Where remedial treatment (such as damp proofing) is deemed to be necessary, we are able to supply specifications for any works.