The Cold Hard Facts of Blocked Drains in the UK
In this blog post, we outline the cold hard facts ...Read more
Lately, Home Buyer Drain Surveys are becoming increasingly popular with people buying and selling homes on the Liverpool. A primary reason for this is to increase the understanding of the buying/selling process for both the seller and potential home buyer. Many have found, to their cost, ‘hidden’ problems that don’t reveal themselves until they're several days into living in their brand-new house. However, we are also seeing a boost in buyer drainage surveys like a reliance on the loan provider, insurer or both. These must be completed before the exchange of contracts.
Whatever the initial trigger for a homeowners drainage survey, it’s crucial that you understand the value this sort of survey offers home proprietors. We're all acquainted with regular house surveys, that reveal about the health of the roof, walls and floors but drain surveys highlight other problems (such as root intrusion from nearby trees) as well as other environmental issues like the potential for flooding. For several years, homebuyers have been oblivious to problems that lie beneath the surface by way of our drains so when we uncover problems, whose responsibility is it to put things right? Will you be forced to pay or possibly could it be the local water company?
A Home Buyer Drainage survey needs to be conducted by a professional specialist, recognised with the National Association of Drainage Contractors (NADC). This gives many reassurances, you know the knowledge of individuals transporting out any drainage works on your lawn regularly obtain skills checked to become around industry standards. Clearly, RPDNW is an experienced drainage contractor. meaning you’re in safe hands.
Getting an expert drainage survey to determine whether the drains are ok, you need as much detail back as you can to use for future reference.
Getting all this information to hand equips home buyers when making a purchase plus in the long term, gives reassurance and good information. You will also understand who is responsible for the different sections of drainage between your property and the main sewer system.
For anyone with further queries about our drainage surveys please give us a call. We are always very happy to discuss our services and then for any concerns you may have relating to your existing drainage system.