If you are looking to buy, sell or renovate property in the historic town of Royal Tunbridge Wells, you can avoid unnecessary costs and gain peace of mind with our truly independent comprehensive damp and timber surveys.
As independent surveyors and members of the PROPERTY CARE ASSOCIATION (P.C.A.), we have no financial interest in your survey results, so you can act on our recommendations in confidence. 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.
The Rightmove Happy at Home survey found that Tunbridge Wells is the 5th happiest place to live in Britain, based on factors such as community spirit, personal safety and neighbourliness.
With a wealth of enviable period housing stock, the properties in Tunbridge Wells are an important part of its appeal - and you can gain expert knowledge on a property’s condition with our truly independent unbiased damp and timber surveys.
Property In Tunbridge Wells
Whether you are a homeowner, potential buyer, or commercial business, property represents a significant investment. By utilising our truly independent damp and timber surveys in Tunbridge Wells, you can make the best choices regarding the property, and ensure the preservation of older properties for many years to come.
Enjoying its heyday as a fashionable resort in the mid-1700s, Tunbridge Wells has a particular preponderance of beautiful period properties. While problems such as damp, condensation, wood-boring beetle and fungal decay can affect any property in the right conditions, older houses are particularly susceptible to developing these issues.
What To Expect From Your Damp And Timber Survey
At Hamilton Associate Surveyors Ltd we report on the presence of visible and potential damage caused by dampness, wood-boring beetles or fungal decay within a property, as well as offering guidance and recommendations for remedial action where required.
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 found to be necessary, we can if requested supply specifications for any works.