Get a free quote from Axminster surveyors on:

0800 880 6264 or

01392 919 012

Axminster Surveyors

01392 919 012

Email your property survey requirement:

axminster@propertysurveying.co.uk

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Axminster House Purchase Surveys

Our RICS Chartered Surveyors provide house surveys for most types of properties. A survey from Axminster Surveyors can help you decide whether to buy a new home or assess any problems in an older property. We also serve the whole of Devon and are here to help you.

Get a quote for a survey in Axminster

We carry out building surveys to suit every property and budget.  With our Chartered Surveyors’ extensive knowledge of Axminster and Devon, we provide comprehensive, quality advice you can trust. Our emphasis is on guiding you through your property purchase, by getting to know you and your home on a personal basis.

Commercial & Home Building Surveys

Our RICS Chartered Surveyors are able to provide most of the building and property surveying services you will need. The Chartered Surveyors within our network inspect both commercial and residential buildings.  Whatever the type of property or advice required, call us for a quote or contact us via the form on this page.

St Mary's Church in Axminster

Axminster Surveyors

A Local & Independent RICS Chartered Surveying Service

When purchasing your new home, the right survey by a qualified Chartered Surveyor can help you make an informed final decision. If your Chartered Surveyor identifies any significant defects in the property being inspected, your professional survey report may help you renegotiate the purchase price.

Independent Chartered Surveyors covering Axminster and the surrounding Devon area. Providing expert, tailored advice on all types of properties and buildings, including residential and commercial properties.

Party Wall Act Surveys and Services

We can also provide Party Wall surveys and awards for residential and commercial properties, as well as schedules of condition and dilapidations.

Under the Party Wall etc. Act 1996, every ‘adjoining owner’ is subject to the provisions of the Act when one person carries out work on their home. In a typical domestic property scenario this is usually limited to one or two parties. Larger commercial developments can encompass many freehold buildings and tenanted properties. The notices and recording of condition should always follow the protocol of the Party Wall Acts. Axminster surveyors often act for the party carrying out the building works, as joint surveyors acting to make sure matters are appropriately dealt wit