Houses are incredibly complicated things. Much more than just bricks and mortar, they incorporate thousands of different parts and take dozens of tradespeople hundreds of hours to put together. There’s a lot that can go wrong, and sometimes that isn’t obvious until a lot further down the line. On top of that, older houses accumulate a lot of wear and tear over the years. If you’re looking to buy a house, you’ve probably heard that you should have a house survey done – but why?
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Harrison Clarke Chartered Surveyors are dilapidations specialists and are therefore well versed in how best to mitigate dilapidations claims. It is possible for tenants to prepare these documents, but typically our reports will contain far greater detail and provide a much higher of protection; we have the expertise to target areas of a property which are most likely to contribute toward a dilapidations claim. Harrison Clarke uses specialist software to reduce the time taken to prepare schedules, which results in cost savings for clients, making our reports more economical than those of our competitors.