Building Surveys also known as Structural Surveys, Specific Defects Reports , Building Disputes ,
West Midlands is located to the Midlands. For more information on the West Midlands area please scroll down and if you are looking for a survey in West Midlands use our free phone number 0800 298 5424 .
If you are purchasing a property in West Midlands, please ensure that you have a building survey carried out on it. A building survey, prepared by a chartered building surveyor could literally save you thousands of pounds. The survey only needs to uncover one potential problem with the property and the cost of the building survey is more than recovered.
If you book a Building Survey in West Midlands with 1st Associated building surveyors you will find that we take great pride in the quality of our building survey and produce a very detailed building survey report, whether it be for a residential property or a commercial property. We use plain English in our building surveys to explain any problems with the property to ensure that you understand the problems and how to resolve them.
1st Associated Independent Building Surveyors cover the whole of the UK including all towns and villages in West Midlands for example in: Birmingham, Aldridge, Aston, Berkswell, Bournville, Castle Bromwich, Coventry, Dudley, Edgbaston, Halesowen, Lye, Oldbury, Solihull, Stourbridge, Sutton Coldfield, Walsall, Wednesbury, West Bromwich, Wolverhampton and Wordsley.
We provide Building Surveys to make sure you are buying the right property and provide market Valuations to ensure that you are buying the property at the right price together with Specific Defects Reports if you have any problems in any particular area then contact us today for a free, no obligation quotation. We are more than happy to talk about what the Building Surveys involve, these are also sometimes known as Structural Surveys or Engineers Reports. For those not living in the area here is some general information on West Midlands.
We are an independent surveyor in West Midlands. We are independent of any lender or bank or mortgage company. When we are surveying a property we are working for you, not them. This means we are working towards your best interests. We want to ensure that your property investment is sound and that you are receiving value for money.
We are a building surveyors that operate throughout the UK. As a building surveyors we are often asked to work on not only a building survey but also a boundary walls dispute survey, a schedule of condition survey and a specific defect survey.
We are also a commercial building surveyors - still operating West Midlands, we can provide schedule of condition survey, dilapidations reports and a commercial building survey - our building surveyors have the skills and experience to save you money on your commercial building purchase.
For more information on the West Midlands area please scroll down and if you are looking for a survey in West Midlands use our free phone number 0800 298 5424.
If you are looking for a survey in the West Midlands, 1stAssociated.co.uk have Surveyors who can help and advise on a whole range of property issues. If you have a look on our website you can see that we carry out building surveys, property reports, valuations to name but a few. Please free phone 0800 298 5424 for a friendly chat with one of our surveyors to find out how we can help you.
As surveyors we appreciate the vast range of properties in West Midlands and on our visits when carrying out surveys in West Midlands area we have highlighted below some of our favourite places such as Aldridge, a quiet and attractive town which is popular with families due to its amount of green spaces. Aston, home to Aston Villa Football Club. The pretty village of Berkswell which is seen as the perfect English village with its beautiful village green and attractive buildings, we particularly like the bow fronted village shop!. Birmingham which is home to some of the biggest convention centres in the country including the NEC (National Exhibition Centre), ICC (International Convention Centre), The NIA (National Indoor Arena) and the LG Arena. The leafy suburb of Bournville which is home to Selly Park Museum . Within the museum you can truly sample life in Tudor times within this beautifully restored Tudor timber framed manor house which is one of the oldest buildings in Birmingham. Castle Bromwich which has a village green at its heart giving it a village feel despite its size. Coventry a well planned post war town as many of its historic buildings were destroyed during the Second World War however some interesting architecture has survived including the city wall and historic gateways. Dudley where you must visit the Black Country Living Museum and then shop till you drop at Merry Hill shopping centre. Edgbaston which is home to the Warwickshire County Cricket Club and houses the huge University of Birmingham campus which stretches to around 250 acres. Halesowen with the St John the Baptist Church , a Norman church with a 15 th century tower and later additions from the 19 th century. The churchyard contains many old graves including that of a local poet called William Shenstone, of whom there is a monument in the church. Lye, an attractive and leafy area located between Stourbridge and Halesowen with plenty of countryside right on its doorstep. Oldbury whose canals are used for leisure past-times such as fishing and boating and where Titford Pool is well known as a beauty spot following major reclamation work. Solihull which has plenty of green spaces with many parks to enjoy. Discovery Walks take place once a month offering a chance to explore a particular part of the countryside and discover its history. Stourbridge which has been associated with glass making for several centuries. Sutton Coldfield which is well known as being the home of The Belfry which has frequently been host to the Ryder Cup. Barr Beacon in Walsall is West Midlands highest point with a height of 745 ft which was used as a beacon point for message sending. Today the area is enjoyed by many as a nature reserve as well as a scenic area for walking, cycling and just to take in its magnificent 360 degree views over the surrounding countryside. The market town of Wednesbury which is reported to have been the site of an iron age fort. West Bromwich which has a 16th century large timber framed Yeomans house called Oak House on Oak Road which has been carefully restored and now houses a museum offering information on the Tudor times. Wolverhampton which is home to Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Club, known as the Wolves which are said to be one of the oldest football clubs in England. Wordsley, birthplace of snooker player Ronnie O'Sullivan.
Whilst much of this is written from general knowledge and local knowledge of the area and here are some websites that we think will be of interest to you in the West Midlands area some of which we have used for information and we would like to give them credit for this.
visitbirmingham.com; aboutbritain.com; coventrycathedral.org.uk; aldridgelhs.co.uk; discover.dudley.gov.uk/welcome/place-to-visit; bclm.co.uk/; solihull.gov.uk/leisure; aldridge-web.com; nationaltrust.org.uk; birminghamuk.com; visitwestbrom.com; picturesofengland.com; birminghamuk.com; thebelfry.co.uk; ifg.org.uk; edgbaston.com; berkswellchurch.org.uk; hearteng.110mb.com/villages/berkswell