How long does a Level 2 Survey take?
At Harrison Clarke, we are often asked this question, and understandably so. The process of purchasing a property is usually time sensitive. The quicker you know about any potential pitfalls a survey may highlight, or the quicker you can be reassured that all is well with the property and you can proceed with your purchase, […]
Helping you choose between a HomeBuyer Report (Level 2 Survey) or a Level 3 Building Survey
Choosing between a HomeBuyer Report (Level 2 Survey) or a Level 3 Building Survey At Harrison Clarke, we specialise in providing high quality and thorough surveys, giving our clients clear and comprehensive reports. The question we are asked every day is, “Do I need a Level 2 or a Level 3 survey?” We understand. You […]
HomeBuyer Report (Level 2 Survey) vs Level 3 Building Survey
Buying a home is, for most people, a hugely significant and exciting life event. It can also be a complicated, frustrating and stressful process.
Residential Surveys FAQs
At Harrison Clarke, we find that a lot of our clients ask very similar questions when it comes to arranging a surveyor to inspect their potential new home. We thought it would be helpful to run through some of those commonly asked questions to ensure that you know exactly how selecting a surveyor, knowing how the survey process works and ensuring you are choosing the right survey for your property.
A guide to roof surveys
The importance of inspecting roof space during a survey.
A comprehensive guide to Commercial Building Surveys
Preparing a Commercial Building Survey is one of the most complicated tasks that a building surveyor carries out, so it is crucial to have confidence in the knowledge and experience of the surveyor you choose for this complex job.
How much does a building survey cost?
The answer is not quite ‘how long is a piece of string’, but quotes from different surveyors can differ significantly.
Leasing premises for your business – everything you need to know
Taking on a lease for your business’s premises is a big financial commitment. You need to make sure you understand all the terms of the lease before you sign on the dotted line, to avoid incurring costs you were not expecting or were unprepared for.