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Level 2 Home Survey

Formerly known as a home buyers report, it is a standardised report aimed at identifying and assessing significant issues that could affect the value of the property.

  • Scope: It is suitable for conventional houses, flats, and bungalows that are in reasonable condition. It is not as comprehensive as the Level 3 Building Survey but offers a more in-depth analysis than a basic valuation.

  • Focus Areas:

    • Major and urgent defects.

    • Issues that may require further investigation to prevent damage.

    • The general condition of the property

  • Format: The report is presented in a clear and easy-to-understand format, with a traffic light system indicating the severity of issues.

Level 3 Building Survey

The Level 3 Building Survey (formerly known as a Structural Survey) provides a comprehensive assessment of a property's condition. It is suitable for all types of residential properties, especially older or more complex structures.

  • Scope: This survey is more detailed and extensive compared to the Level 2 HomeBuyer Survey. It includes a thorough examination of the property's structure, fabric, and services.

  • Focus Areas:

    • Detailed analysis of the property's construction and condition.

    • Identification of major and minor defects.

    • Recommendations for repairs and ongoing maintenance.

    • Advice on potential legal issues and any necessary further investigations.

  • Format: The report is comprehensive and tailored to the specific property, providing a detailed narrative along with photographs.


Drone Survey

You can add a drone survey to your Level 2 or 3 survey for an additional £50.00 or as an independent service from as little as £100.00.

  • See hidden defects such as hidden gutters and out of view roof coverings.

  • Detailed view of Roof coverings - missing tiles, cracked slates, holes in the roof.

  • Detailed view of the top of a chimney - how else can it be inspected?

Energy Performance Certificates


An Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) is required by law whenever a property is sold or let.

Don't get caught out - you could be fined if you don't get an EPC when one is required.



An EPC shows the running costs of a property and rates it on a scale from A (most efficient) to G (least efficient). It also contains information on the main features of the building including recommendations to save money.


The Energy Performance Certificate or EPC is the energy efficiency rating of a property, precisely a building. The rating is represented graphically on a scale from A to G, where A stands for the most efficient energy performance and G stands for the least efficient energy performance. Side-by-side energy performance of buildings, the EPC depicts the environmental impact of a building in terms of Carbon Dioxide or C02 emissions.

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