ForrestSurveys

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#1 Property Surveys

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EPC Reports

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Forrest Surveys

From briefing to Survey, to Delivering the Report on time.

A high standard of service that you can rely upon whilst dealing with us knowing that you have peace of mind that the requested reports will be sent on time and done to a high standard.

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Our Simple Process

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Briefing

Get in Touch with us and give us the information about the property?

Survey

Our Team will survey the property to collect the data for the report.

02.
Report

Compiling data and generating the report with the latest technology.

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Delivery

We make sure that our reports are always delivered on time.

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Our Services

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EPC Reports Domestic & Commercial

In need of a quick EPC Report to sell or rent your property? Then get in contact with us, and we can give you a 48hr turnaround for producing your EPC Report.

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Floor Plans Domestic & Commercial

We provide 2D & 3D Floor plans with your own company logos on them. Get in contact for a free DEMO.

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Inventory Reports Domestic & Commercial

An inventory report is one of the most important documents when letting your property out to a tenant. All estate - letting agents will have one in place before the tenant moves in, we provide professional inventory reports with photos, meter readings and full descriptions. Get in touch for a free DEMO

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SAP Reports (Mainly for Housing Associations)

SAP calculations are a requirement of the Building Regulations, and are required for all newly built dwellings in the UK. A SAP Rating has been required for all new homes under Part L of the building regulations since 1995, therefore most developers will be familiar with it.

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Property Mid term Reports

Most estate and letting agents provide a full mid term report every 3-6 months to ensure the property is kept to a high standard, and to keep record of any issues at the property, our reports provide our clients with peace of mind that they are covered on all points.

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Property Checkout Reports

Checkout Reports, its a report to check over the end condition of a property before they release bonds etc., these reports are normal carried out when a tenant ends there tenancy at a property, and that's when we come in to photograph and note the condition to make sure the property has been kept maintained and to note any issues that might be.

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Property Photographs (Mainly for Estate Agents)

Forrest Surveys have been working closely with Kenaz 24 Photography for some time, Dylan has over 25 years experience in this industry and his work is second to none. Take a look below at some of his work in our gallery, and get in touch if we could help in any way.

Why choose us

12 + Years experience at Creating Trusted Reports for estate agents and landlords with 5* Reviews across to board.

Forrest Surveys

Wall Construction Types

Cavity Walls consist of two skins separated by a hollow space. The skins are commonly masonry, such as brick or concrete block.
Typically the wall thickness would measure from around 220mm-320mm.

The term Timber Frame typically describes a system of panelized structural walls and are usually constructed from small section timber studs, clad with board products.
Typically the wall thickness would measure from around 100mm-200mm

The term system built refers to homes built through some type of systemized construction process. Usually constructed on site and commonly known as poured concrete or solid sheet concrete. (Also concrete cladding).
Typically the wall thickness would measure from around 200-300mm.

Solid brick houses are built either from two layers of brick, or a layer of concrete block and an adjacent layer of brick on the exterior…A single layer of brick is built near each exterior wall and attached to the house with metal ties. A good tip to identify a solid brick wall is from the exterior brick pattern, it will consist of what they call headers and stretchers (basically the brick turned on its head interrupting the pattern )
Typically the wall thickness would measure from around 100mm-250mm

Typically common in Pre 1900 built properties and usually would either be what’s known as sandstone or granite and whinstone. Usually found on your typical terraced property and anything older.

Typically the wall thickness would measure from around 400mm-600mm.

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