Monitoring the Safety of Your Building's Structure in Dorking, Surrey

From guaranteeing your insurance policy to preserving your personal safety, choose our surveyors to carry out structural monitoring and assessments on your property, in Dorking, Surrey. In addition to building surveys, Engineering Land & Building Surveys Ltd also monitors and assesses your building's structural safety. Primarily, the monitoring is designed for cracking or settling structures, or assessing the area in which you want to add a basement.

The Assessment Process

Structural monitoring is provided for your building, as well as any buildings in the surrounding area, to check for sinking foundations. Buildings that have gone underground, or were not constructed properly, may pose detrimental danger to your home or commercial office, as this often leads to sinking. Should Engineering Land & Building Surveys Ltd notice settling during our assessments, we will determine how much the property is sinking down to sub-millimetre accuracy, using state-of-the-art, specialist equipment to guarantee the accuracy for your satisfaction and safety.

Every Job Has Equal Importance

The reputation of our surveyors precedes us, which has led to us working on many high-profile cases. We have monitored an £11m property in Chelsea where the owners have gone down three floors. Despite the financial importance of this project, the market value of your home is of no significance to us, as we pay the same care and attention to every property.

Contact us now, in Dorking, Surrey, to obtain more information about our structural monitoring and assessments.

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Proudly Serving London, the Surrounding Areas, and Customers Throughout the UK

Engineering Land & Building Surveys Ltd,

Unit 3, Dean House Farm, Church Lane,

Newdigate, Dorking, Surrey, RH5 5DL

Monday – Friday,
7:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

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