Complete Joinery Inspection Report
With the Repair Care inspection service, anyone who is responsible for the exterior maintenance of properties can receive a report giving details of a complete survey of the condition of all exterior joinery.
This can help you plan your budget for the most cost-effective and sustainable maintenance program. Our specialist makes a complete inspection of any timber components and produces a clear report covering any existing decay problems and any areas of potential failures.
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Why the inspection service could be right for you.
Repair Care has thirty years of practical experience in the field of timber repair and inspections. With this unique position in the market, we can offer you complete assurance about the condition of your timber and future maintenance costs. The inspection service is designed to get the best results and save you time and money. You will receive a breakdown of the condition of all the timber components, how they should be repaired and the materials and costs involved. This will help you to plan the work more precisely with your contractor and to avoid misunderstandings and price overruns.
Public Sector Housing
Our inspection report is the perfect tool to attach to a tender document. Its precise specification means that work can be completed more efficiently and there is more control of the budget. It also helps minimise any inconvenience for tenants and leaseholders. A Repair Care specialist can be available to help monitor progress on site.
Property Management Companies
The Repair Care report will give you a clear picture of what is required for curative and preventative maintenance. With a 100% joinery survey, you will be able to plan more effectively and avoid costly and unnecessary failures.
For private owners, especially those with listed buildings or in conservation areas, it is important to have a complete grasp of what is required to maintain your joinery. Our report enables you to specify to the contractor exactly what is required to ensure the longest possible protection of your property.