Services

 

EXTERNALLY

  • External rainwater goods, valleys, flat roofs
  • Condition of brickwork
  • Wall construction
  • External timbers including doors and windows
  • Air vent positioning and condition
  • Chimney and flashings
  • Position of any existing DPC
  • Ground level.

 

INTERNALLY

  • Fungal decay
  • Efflorescence
  • Mould
  • Damp/wet patches
  • Blistering of paint or paper.

 

Why choose an PCA Member?

In this short video, you will see the benefits of using a PCA Approved Member. We are proud to say that we are PCA Approved Members!

Our Services

JW Surveys carry out the following surveys and reports within the South East of England:

  • Independent Damp & Timber Surveys and Reports
  • Damp & Timber Pre-Purchase Surveys
  • Structural Waterproofing Reports
  • Structural Waterproofing Design to BS8102:2009
  • 7 Days A Week subject to availability

These are all carried out by our Independent Damp and Timber Surveyor who is approved by The Property Care Association.

PCA Membership

JW Surveys are members of Property Care Association

Fees

*Based on a domestic 2 bedroomed property

Limited Survey (Level 1) - from £195.00*

Suitable for clients with a specific limited area of dampness or decay.  JWSurveys will carry out a limited non-destructive inspection.

Property Condition with combined Timber & Damp Survey  (Level 2) - from £250.00*

This survey is suitable for most conventional properties, built as early as 1900s except period properties and those with a “Listed” status.

 

Period Property Condition with Timber & Damp Survey (Level 2a) - from £300.00*

Suitable for the more unusual property. Eg period properties or those with “Listed” status.

 

Reports Compliant with Civil Procedure Rules Part 35 - from £390.00*

Suitable for use as evidence for the purpose of civil proceedings in a court in England or Wales

 

Available Add-Ons

  • On site salt analysis - £15.00 per sample
  • Calcium Carbide Test - POA - (Note: - The calcium carbide test involves the taking of a number of material samples by drilling into the strata)


Click here to find out more about what to expect.