Damp and timber surveys in Maidstone CONTACT US ON 07432527235
If you are looking to buy, sell or renovate property in the bustling town of Maidstone, you can avoid unnecessary costs and gain peace of mind with our truly Independent Damp and Timber Condition Surveys.
A historic town that’s been settled since before the Stone Age, Maidstone remains a major hub for trade and travel in Kent. Connected to London and the rest of the South East by road, rail and buses, Maidstone is a popular destination for people commuting to London, as well as those working in local industries.
As Independent Surveyors and members of the PROPERTY CARE ASSOCIATION (P.C.A.), Hamilton Associates Surveyors Ltd have nothing to gain from the results of your survey, giving you information that you can trust. We’ll highlight potential problems before they deteriorate - avoiding a lost sale or remedial work in future.
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 Maidstone
By utilising our truly Independent Damp and Timber Condition surveys in Maidstone, you can benefit from our years of professional insight and expertise, and proceed with your plans in full confidence.
As Kent’s most historically significant town, Maidstone boasts a potpourri of architectural styles and structures. Whether you’re looking for a spot around the ancient town centre, on the riverside or within one of the old villages, you’re bound to find something that suits your style.
With some buildings still in use after more than 700 years, it’s vital that you know what you are buying, and how to protect it. Conducting a Damp and Timber Condition 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 Condition Survey from Hamilton Associate Surveyors Ltd typically looks for 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.