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Sam Percival BSc Hons PG Dip MRICS undertakes all our buildings surveys: he is a chartered building surveyor and an RICS Certified Historic Building Professional serving Devon and Cornwall. He specialises in providing building surveys for owners or prospective buyers of listed and traditional buildings. Find out more about RICS Level three survey below.

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RICS SURVEY LEVEL THREE FULL STRUCTURAL BUILDING SURVEY IDENTIFYING:

• Method of construction

• Historic development

• Structural defects

• Condition of materials

• Condition of plumbing &  drains

• Electrical services

• Fully illustrated report

• Prioritised list of recommendations

For historic and more complex properties we recommend the most comprehensive of the three types of building survey described within the RICS Professional Guidance, UK Surveys of Residential Property, otherwise referred to as the 'Survey Level 3: RICS Building Survey'.  

This type of building survey allows for the visual inspection and assessment of the structural elements, including, roof timbers, walls, foundations, floor structures, in addition to, chimneys, roof weatherings, fixtures and fittings, such as windows, doors, stairs, and other joinery and services, including electrical circuits, plumbing and drainage. Our reports will identify and pass comment on defects, offer recommendations on how to address defects and at the end of the report produce an easy to reference list of all recommendations with coded priority rating.

We also offer full architectural design services from conception through to completion.

HERITAGE CONSERVATION & CHURCHES:

Wide ranging consultancy advice provided on appropriate repair, maintenance and conservation of historic and listed buildings including church quinquennials by an RICS Conservation Accredited  chartered building surveyor

Listed Buildings; Historic Monuments; Exeter and Truro Diocese Church Quinquennials; Heritage Lottery Funded Work.