Regulated by RICS
RICS Chartered Surveyors & Structural Engineers
Buying a property?
Since its foundation in 1999, Allcott Associates LLP has become a highly-respected and trusted independent building consultancy. We employ a range of property professionals including RICS Chartered Surveyors and Structural Engineers, meaning we are in a position to offer our clients an entire service, ensuring quality and cost efficiency. Our practice has flourished over the years through client recommendation and reputation; testament to our professional, high quality approach.
Surveys aren’t just about the technical details.
They are about protecting your finances and giving you peace of mind. Whether purchasing a new house or improving your current home, looks can be deceiving. A Survey can help you avoid costly mistakes by uncovering problems and complications that may cause issues later. This allows you to accurately assess the true value of a property, ensuring you pay the right price, and means that you can budget for the real cost of home improvements.
Our Chartered Surveyors and Structural Engineers are on hand to offer a range of services to cover:
- Building Surveys
- Structural Surveys
- Homebuyer Surveys
- Specific Defect Surveys
- Beam Calculations
- Damp Surveys
- Roof Surveys
- Subsidence Investigations
- Party Wall Act
- Expert Witness
If you have a question or query, please don’t hesitate to contact Allcott Associates today.
Professional, high quality surveying and reporting
All our surveyors are chartered members of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) and our engineers are chartered members of Institution of Structural Engineers (IStructE) or the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE). This ensures all our work meets the rigorous standards of our profession’s governing institutions.
As seen on ITV
Here's Why You Need a Structural Engineer: http://t.co/JViR09ao4x
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Sheffield Housing Market Overview: http://t.co/rxEkvr3qWo - including comparisons between the city and rest of the country
23rd September 2014 read all
Why Are My Reinstatement Costs Higher than My Home's Value?: http://t.co/lpfDYtwGDC
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