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Our Four Most Popular Property and Building Surveys...

RICS HomeBuyer Report

This report focuses on highlighting matters concerning the subject property negatively affecting its value. This chiefly includes building and structural defects.

House Purchase Survey

This survey provides an excellent ‘middle ground’ and remains the most suitable survey for the majority of those buying or selling property in England and Wales.

Single Fault Assessment

A single fault assessment is the ideal option where there is just one particular fault or problem with your property. One of the best value surveys.

RICS Building Survey

The RICS Building Survey is an essential survey for larger, older or period properties, and for those looking to undertake major home improvements.

"Many thanks to yourself and Paul for such a thorough and helpful service. We will be in touch again as and when we find a property we hope we can progress with." , Bristol

Frequently Asked Questions

Why should I get a building survey?

Let this video quickly answer your question.

If you are looking to buy a property in Bristol, instructing a building surveyor to work on your behalf is always advisable. Building surveyors can guide you on all property aspects of the purchase, from structural stability to specific defects, and may even be able to help negotiate a better price. Check out the video above for more information.

Bristol's Professional, Local Surveyors

Why choose Bristol Building Surveyors?

Bristol's most trusted building surveyors.

Heading into its third year of operation now, Bristol Building Surveyors is led by Paul Keegan MRICS MBA MCMI and his head secretary Emma Harding, your local RICS regulated and fully qualified Chartered Surveyor. Paul offers a wide variety of building surveys, property services, single fault assessments and expert witness reports.

Our City of Bristol Specialist Property Surveying Services

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Verbal Acquisition Advice

Take your own notes and save time and money with a verbal advice survey.

Are you working to a limited budget or time frame? We offer a rapid-response, low-fee service called Verbal Acquisition Advice. Instead of a written survey report, you pay for Paul’s time on site. He will inspect to the same level of detail as a full building survey, but report to you verbally.

Simply bring your own pen, paper and clipboard and you can end up with as much information as a written report, without the corresponding fee and time delay.

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Residential Party Wall

Our surveyors can help you with your party wall and boundary disputes.

Thinking about extending your home or finally repairing that crumbling wall? You’ll need advice from a knowledgeable chartered surveyor about the Party Wall etc. Act 1996 and how it affects you.

Not obeying the strict obligations of the Act can leave you in hot water, but our experienced residential party wall surveyor will walk you through the process step-by-step – helping you to avoid neighbourly disputes, avoidable delays and unnecessary costs.

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Building Regulations

Experienced regulation advisors in Bristol and Wilts & East Somerset.

Our practice is proud to boast the services of one of Bristol's most skilled building regulations experts.

A chartered surveyor of many years, Paul spent 15 years as Chief Building Surveyor for Salisbury District Council, in which time he managed the council's building control function.

Whether you're self-building a new home for your family, building an extension or constructing a whole estate, we can help!

How To Find Our City of Bristol Building Surveying Office

We also cover the following areas: Bishopston, City Centre, Clifton, Cotham, Hotwells and Harbourside, Kingsdown, Leigh Woods, Montpelier, Redcliffe, Redland, Sneyd Park, Southville, St Andrews, Stoke Bishop, Totterdown and Temple Meads.

More about Bristol's Historical Buildings and Architecture

The town was established in the Anglo-Saxon era and was an extremely important port that traded regularly with Ireland. The oldest buildings in Bristol date back to the 12th Century, making them around 900 years old. There are seven churches - such as Bristol Cathedral (1140), St Mark's Church (1230) and St Mary Redcliffe Church (12th Century) - along with The Great Gatehouse, which is a historic building that dates back to around 1170.

Bristol Building Surveyors is a trading name of Right Surveyors Wilts & East Somerset Ltd, serving Bristol and the surrounding area. Company Registration Number: 08807660.
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