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Home Buyers Survey in Blythe Bridge

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Do you need a Home Buyers Survey? Which survey is the right choice?

  • House suitable for a RICS Level 2 Survey

    RICS Level 2 Survey in Blythe Bridge

    The RICS Level 2 Survey is the best choice if planning to purchase a home made of conventional materials i.e. brick & tile, in reasonable order and built in the last 100 years. Find out more

  • Property suitable for a RICS Level 3 Survey

    RICS Level 3 Survey in Blythe Bridge

    The RICS Level 3 Survey (often referred to as a Full Structural Survey in Blythe Bridge) will also be carried out by a MRICS or FRICS accredited surveyor and is more exhaustive. Choose this for non standard property such as thatched or older homes. Find out more

  • Surveyor carrying out a Property Valuation

    Property Valuation Report in Blythe Bridge

    This is an independent chartered surveyor valuation of the property. This is typically chosen by mortgage free buyers or someone requiring a formal valuation e.g. matrimonial dispute. Find out more

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RICS Level 2 Survey

Should I select a RICS Level 2 Survey, Full Structural Survey or RICS Level 3 Survey for a house in Blythe Bridge and which one is the cheapest?

The Full Structural Survey is now called a RICS Level 3 Survey but is effectively the same.

If the Blythe Bridge property is a flat, or is 100 or more years old, or has been extended or modified, or is built of unusual materials, you should go for the cheaper RICS Level 2 Survey.

If you are planning to carry out any major works, RICS recommend you choose a RICS Level 3 Survey. This more detailed survey is not as cheap as a RICS Level 2 Survey however it does give you a thorough analysis of the Blythe Bridge property's condition and it includes information on defects as well as maintenance options .

For more detailed advice why not get an instant Blythe Bridge House Survey Quote via our website or call us 0800 022 4428 to speak to a member of our team.

Wall cracks caused by subsidence

We are purchasing a 1971-built home in Blythe Bridge and spotted cracks down the gable wall. How could this affect the property, and what subsidence-related matters will the RICS Surveyor look into?

Movement of the foundations of a house is called subsidence. In contrast to subsidence, $heave$ can occur when a tree has been removed water can collect in the ground, which causes the soil to swell, forcing the foundations above upwards, and can be as destructive as subsidence.

Non-structural cracks not caused by subsidence can be filled and repainted. A sudden change in the weather can also impact a house susceptible to further settlement, either because the structural integrity is already compromised, or due to the use of cheaper materials.

The root cause of any subsidence must be found before repairs can commence. Removing or even pruning the tree(s) causing subsidence may be enough to halt any further movement. Existing trees must be well managed, and new trees should be planted at a safe distance from the exterior walls of the property. Willow trees, for example, are often the culprits of serious subsidence. Buyers are often surprised to learn that a willow tree should be planted no neared than 40m from a home. Specialist geological and drain surveys may also be required as the movement of soil can sometimes crack drains or water mains.