Chartered Surveyor’s Services in Crawley

Have you set your heart on a property in Crawley or nearby Horley or Redhill? If the answer is yes to that question, then don’t hesitate – contact Robinson Elliott today to arrange a Building Survey or Home Buyer Report.

It’s a temptation to cut corners when you’re buying a house because there’s so much money to be found at one time. Whatever you do, don’t skimp on the survey! Why not ask an experienced surveyor, like Peter Robinson, who knows the Crawley area well? We could save you thousands by discovering underlying faults before you make your decision to purchase.

Looking for properties in the Crawley area?

Crawley is a large ‘new town,’ designated as such in 1947. It’s made up of thirteen neighbourhoods built around the original old market town. Its proximity to motorways and to Gatwick Airport make it a popular centre for those wishing to travel for business or leisure.

There is a vast array of property types in the Crawley area ranging from a mansion on Goff’s Park Road to a one bedroom flat in Horsham and everything in between. Whatever the residential property, our building surveyor is on hand to help you.

The best survey for your needs?

Whichever property you have your eye on in and around Crawley, Robinson Elliott has a professional chartered surveyor who can help you decide which survey is most appropriate.

Our Home Buyer Report  is perfect for most residential properties built in Victorian times and later in the Crawley area – a mid-price range solution offering both a survey and the option of a valuation. Our property surveyor will be able to advise you immediately if there is anything which needs attention, or will do soon. This ensures that you can make your decision about a purchase armed with detailed information about the state of the property.

With Peter Robinson you can be confident you’ll receive an outstanding professional, yet personal, surveying service, which will leave you fully informed about the property you plan to buy.

He has the experience to find potential problems and existing defects that you’ve probably not even considered – dry rot, woodworm, rising damp, unsafe wiring and subsidence, just to name a few.

If anything’s amiss with the property, a survey puts you in a powerful position.

You will:

  • Have the evidence to support you so you can re-negotiate the price
  • Be able to walk away if you’re really not happy
  • Know about likely future expenses should you decide to proceed

Above all, whatever you decide to do, with a survey from Peter Robinson, your decision will be an informed one.

A new build house in Crawley had a retaining wall in the garden which was overlooked during the mortgage valuation carried out on behalf of the lending company. The wall was at risk of falling on the garden. The Home Buyer Report, carried out by our surveyor, highlighted this and it was repaired before the house was bought.