Staffordshire Building survey, Staffordshire House survey, Property defect survey, Building disputes survey,
Staffordshire is located to the Midlands. For more information on the Staffordshire area please scroll down and if you are looking for a survey in Staffordshire use our free phone number 0800 298 5424 .
If you are purchasing a property in Staffordshire, 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 Staffordshire 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 Staffordshire for example in:
Aldridge, Alton, Audley, Barton-under-Needwood, Biddulph, Brownhills, Burntwood, Burton-on-Trent, Cannock, Cheadle, Cheddleton, Cheslyn Hay, Codsall, Eccleshall, Fazeley, Forsbrook, Gnosall, Great Wyrley, Hanley, Hednesford, Kidsgrove, Kinver, Leek, Lichfield, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Norton Canes, Pelsall, Penkridge, Perton, Rugeley, Stafford, Stoke-on-Trent, Stone, Stretton, Tamworth, Tutbury, Uttoxeter and Wombourne.
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 Staffordshire .
We are independent surveyors who carry out building surveys in Staffordshire. 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 building surveyors in Staffordshire 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 Staffordshire, we can provide schedule of condition survey, dilapidations reports and a commercial building survey - our Staffordshire building surveyors have the skills and experience to save you money on your commercial building purchase.
For more information on the Staffordshire area please scroll down and if you are looking for a survey in Staffordshire use our free phone number 0800 298 5424.
1stAssociated.co.uk have Building Surveyors who cover the whole of the UK including Aldridge , in a clay area well known for its brickworks with IBStock having their head office in the town, Thrill-seekers should head to Alton Towers in Alton near Stoke-on-Trent for roller coasters such as Nemesis and Oblivion – not for the faint hearted! Audley , south of junction 16 of the M6 on the B5500, Barton-under-Needwood , with its delightful Barton Turns Marina, elegant Victorian mansions and the 15th century Tudor Blakenhall, a town where we have carried out many residential and commercial building surveys, Biddulph, with the delightful Biddulph Grange Gardens with its creators worldwide collection of plants including a 1850's Chinese Golden Larch, Brownhills , with its stainless steel sculpture by John McKenna of a giant 19 th century miner on the roundabout where the A4124 and A452 meet, Burntwood , where metal detector enthusiast Terry Herbert found the largest Anglo-Saxon gold and silver hoard in 2009, Burton-on-Trent, which once had 37 breweries making it the brewing capital of Britain and still has several larger breweries, Cannock, an area of outstanding beauty the lowland heathland Cannock Chase and its herd of wild deer, a perfect place to visit at the end of a day conducting building surveys in the region, Cheadle , with Pugin, the Victorian architect's Gothic impressive St Giles' Catholic Church, Cheddleton , with its Flint Mill, now looked after by English Heritage, with two water mills where flint was ground for the nearby Staffordshire potteries, Cheslyn Hay , an ex mining village near junction 11 on the M6, A462 and on the B4156 Codsall , which in the 30s was known for the aircraft company Boulton Paul, Eccleshall, on the A519 with its bio-energy power plant it its one of the country's first towns which is carbon neutral with its generator fuelled by miscanthus, clean wood chip and other energy crops, Fazeley, with Drayton Manor Theme Park and Zoo which opened in 1950 close by, we often carry out residential surveys in Forsbrook , the large village on the A521 in the North Staffordshire Green Belt, Gnosall , on the Shropshire Union Canal with its Norman church and old Lock up key points of interest, Great Wyrley , a former mining town with Great Wyrley Colliery, Hanley, an area in Stoke-on-Trent, known in the past for its two collieries and of course the potteries, Heath Hayes, to the east of Cannock on the B4154, Hednesford , with the peaceful Hednesford Hills heathland Nature Reserve, Kidsgrove, birth place in Congleton Rd of the spitfire designer Reginald Mitchell, Kinver, by the River Stour with the beautiful Kinver Edge and it's amazing sandstone rock houses, Leek, once a centre for silk weaving with William Morris living in the town for a short period, Lichfield, with its stunning Cathedral with three spires dominating the city, Newcastle-under-Lyme, with its red brick and stone Guildhall dominating the High St with its arched base which was once unbricked, open and used for market trading, an interesting building to a Surveyor, Norton Canes , with the parish church St James the Great which had to be rebuilt in 1888 after a fire, Pelsall , well known in the past for its colliery and ironworks, Penkridge , with the three storey 18 th century coaching in the Littleton Arms in St Michael's Square a prominent building, Perton , on the old site of RAF Perton where we have surveyed many of its 70s and 80s houses, Rugeley, famous for its Rugeley B power station, Stafford, with its grand stone Shire Hall Gallery with its large Great Hall entrance, this was once a Crown Court but now houses art exhibitions, Stoke-on-Trent, known worldwide for its ceramic industry with The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery in Bethesda Street giving information about its past and present, where we have carried out many residential and commercial building surveys, Stone, twinned with Bagnacavallo in Italy, known for Joules Brewery brewed originally by 12th century Augustinian monks at their priory, then further down the Trent and Mersey canal is the village of Stretton, Tamworth, known in the past for the Reliant Motor Company which now has a housing estate on the former factory land called Scimitar Park, Tutbury , with its beautiful medieval castle and Norman church, Uttoxeter with its National Hunt racecourse and Wombourne, to the south of the county with the peaceful nature reserve Wom Brook Walk brought to life and maintained by the villages conservation group. 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 Staffordshire.
As Independent Building Surveyors we have often surveyed in Staffordshire villages such as Acton Gate, Acton Trussell, Bednall, Blythe Bridge, Brocton, Burston, on the A51, Chartley, Codsall Wood, Colwich, with its peaceful Abbey, Coppenhall, Creswell, Drointon, Dunston, Forsbrook, with its tiny 19th century Methodist Chapel in Chapel St, and 50's houses, Fradley, Fradswell, Gayton, Great Bridgeford, Great Haywood, with its new Marina it is a very pretty village with the canals, Haughton, Hixon, Hopton, Hyde Lea, Ingestre, Leigh, Little Haywood, Loggerheads, on the A53, Madeley, Marston, Meir Heath, with The Windmill Inn, Hilderstone Rd with its old brick disused windmill, Milford, Norton Green, Ranton, Salt, Sandon Bank, Seighford, with its splendid black and white 15 th century Seighford Hall and local Gliding Club, Shenstone, Stowe-by-Chartley, Swynnerton, The Blythe, Tixall, on the Trent and Mersey canal with the imposing gate house the only remaining part of the Elizabethan Tixall Hall, Wall, Walton-on-the-Hill, Weeford, Weeping Cross, Weston Bank, Whittington, with its Military Barracks, Wolstanton, Woseley Bridge with its wildlife centre and Grade II Listed bridge and Yarlet.
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 Staffordshire area some of which we have used for information and we would like to give them credit for this.
English-Heritage.org.uk, BritInfo.net , UKVillages.co.uk, KayuKay.co.uk , A boutBritain.com , VisionofBritain.org.uk , Staffordshire .gov.uk, Staffs.ac.uk, This Is Staffordshire .co.uk, Enjoy Staffordshire .com, Staffs Moorlands.gov.uk, EnjoyEast Staffs .co.uk, Visit Stafford .org, South- Staffs - Tourism .co.uk, VisitSouth Staffordshire .co.uk, SStaffs.gov.uk, BritainExpress.com, Tourist Netuk.com, VisitStoke.co.uk, Staffs Moorlands.gov.uk, Staffordshire WhyKnot.co.uk, Aldridge -web.com , Aldridge RFC.co.uk , AcumenBooks.co.uk, Wishful-Thinking.org.uk, Barton - Under - Needwood .org.uk , Barton Marina.co.uk , Biddulph .co.uk , Members.Madasafish.com , ChaseWaterRailway.co.uk , Waterscape.com , Walsall.gov.uk, Guardian.co.uk, Burton -on- Trent .com , In Burton .co.uk , Burton -on- Trent .org.uk , Cannock ChaseDC.gov.u k, ClickityWorld.co.uk , Cannock -Shopping.co.uk , Cannock -Chase.co.uk , Cheadle -Staffordshire.org.uk , Cheadle .org , Cheadle Town.co.uk , Cheddleton HistoricalSociety.co.uk , Cheddleton .ne t, Cheddleton Carnival.co.uk , PeakDistrictInformation.com , Waterscape.com , VisitTheHeart.co.uk , Codsall ParishCouncil.co.uk, StNicholas Codsall .org.uk, Eccleshall ParishCouncil.org, EccleshallRUFC .co.uk, Eccleshall Biomass.co.uk, Fazeley .info , CanalJunction.com , Fazeley TownCouncil.co.u k, DraytonManor .co.uk , Forsbrook .org.uk , Forsbrook ParishCouncil.org.uk , Gnosall web.org.uk , St-Lawrence- Gnosall .com , Wyrley -Wide-Web, UKLinux.net , Great - Wyrley .ne t, ThePotteries.org, HeathHayes .non-league.org, Hednesford aog.org.uk, HednesfordMCC .org, Kidsgrove .info , Kidsgrove Athletic.co.uk , Kidsgrove TownCouncil.gov.uk , Kidsgrove -Wheelers.co.uk , Ski- Kidsgrove .co.uk , Kinver Online.co.uk , Stourbridge.co.uk , Kinver Brewery.co.uk , Leek Online.co.uk , RudyardLake.com , Visit Lichfield .co.uk, Lichfield .gov.uk, Lichfield -Cathedral.org, ThisIs Lichfield .co.uk, Newcastle -Staffs.gov.uk, NULC.ac.uk, Newcastle GolfClub.co.uk, NortonCanes .com, Churches.Lichfield.Anglican.org, Pelsall -History.co.uk, CrutchleyHistory.co.uk, Penkridge .org.uk, Penkridge Ceramics.co.uk, Perton Village.co.uk, Perton GolfClub.co.uk, Rugeley Power.com, Visit Stafford .org, StaffordBC .gov.uk, Stafford Town.co.uk, Visit Stoke .co.uk, Stoke .gov.uk, Stoke Coll.ac.uk, StokeOnTrent Festival.co.uk, Stoke Boats.co.uk, Into- Stone .co.uk, StoneStaffordshire .co.uk , JoulesBrewery.co.uk, BritishListedBuildings.co.u k, Tamworth .gov.uk , Tamworth Castle.co.uk , ThisIs Tamworth .co.uk, Tamworth HeritageTrust.co.uk, Snowdome.co.uk, Tutbury Castle.com, Tutbury .org, Discover Tutbury .com, Uttoxeter .com, Uttoxeter -Racecourse.co.uk, Pitchero.com, Wombourne .net, StBenedictBiscop.org.uk and WomBrookblog.co.uk,.