Building Surveyors Blog

  • 30 April 2014

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    Midlands Structural Engineering Market Report

    The current economic climate has made operating difficult for many businesses. However, with signs that the economy is improving, businesses are beginning to grow and find new opportunities. In the next two articles, we’ll be taking a look at two key areas of construction – structural engineering and chartered surveyors – to see how they are fairing.

  • 25 March 2014

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    Drainage Solutions to Keep Your Home Dry

    Damp is a common problem for many homeowners. It can be costly to fix and to repair the cosmetic damage caused. Not only that, but having a damp problem can also devalue your home and put off potential buyers or renters.

  • 26 February 2014

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    Do I Need a Party Wall Surveyor?

    Undertaking building work can often affect your neighbours and adjoining property owners. In some cases, where the work involves modifying, demolishing, excavating near, or building against, a party wall, it may fall under the Party Wall Act 1996.

  • 22 January 2014

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    What to Look for when Choosing a Building Surveyor

    There's a lot to think about when choosing someone to survey your building. It's important you get the service that you want, and there's lots more than price to take into account. When it comes to making the decision, it's easy to forget all the things you need to keep in mind.

  • 18 December 2013

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    Property Market Overview – Birmingham

    The West Midlands have been one of the areas of the country worst affected by the recession in terms of housing prices. However, the good news is that the area is now seeing one of the biggest increases in buyer activity.