Of course, damp issues often result in a prospective buyer’s mortgage losing interest and becoming rejected.
And this is more reason, you should be involved in how we carry out a damp survey on building structures.
When selling a house or flat requiring extensive work to fix a damp problem, selling to a cash buyer at auction might be more cost-effective.
Definition of a Damp
This can be the arrangement of dampness within the dividers of a building or timber structures inside the building.
Damp is a genuine issue as it can make damage to the house structures.
Which affects homes, no matter how large or small, dampness is miserable to live with and a threat to health if left unresolved.
What is a damp survey?
The damp survey is an investigation done on the property, mapping out moisture patterns within timbers/ walls.
In report presentations, emphasis should be focused on dense areas of damps within the building and the extent of sunk into the affected area. Then appropriate next steps to reverse reoccurrence.
Geoinfotech surveyors carry out this process however by looking at where the damp is present. How much damp there is, what damage it could cause in the future if it goes untreated and the best solution for treating the problem.
Why our damp surveys are worth it?
As moisture and dampness in buildings can be caused by a vast number of things.
it’s important to get a trained expert to examine the problem and find an appropriate, effective solution.
The alternative would be to attempt a universal fix that could have little to no impact on the problem or even make it worse.
it’s vital to simply have certain affirmations with particular standards and to resolve significant harm in the future
A moist survey gives you affirmations while helping to anticipate form, therefore, amplifying the life expectancy of your home walls.
This is a great way to reduce unnecessary future costs to fix the problem should it worsen.