What We Do
Energy Performance Certificate Assessors
Edward P. Carlson’s team of accredited EPC assessors will examine your property obligation-free to determine its energy efficiency. The assessors will then produce an Energy Performance Certificate that illustrates where the property is using energy effectively and where the property is wasting money. Edward P. Carlson will then recommend what changes can be made to the property in order to increase the energy efficiency and reduce your monthly bills.
Our qualified building surveyors will provide all the details you will need when considering making energy efficiency changes to a property.
Our building surveyors offer professional advice and information on the construction of private and professional properties. The building surveyors work to ensure that the properties are properly maintained and maximise their value.
Edward P. Carlson’s building surveyors work extensively with property owners who are looking to sell or let their properties to maximise its value and their profitability. By bringing all aspects of the properties up to scratch, the sale value and attraction will be elevated.
Whether you’re looking to make a small extension or you’re selling a large multi-million pound structure, a building surveyor can ensure the property reach its potential. Furthermore, our expert building surveyors will be able to prepare legally binding documents to legitimise any claims you make about the property.
Home Condition Surveys
Buying a house is fraught with difficulties at the best of times with a myriad of things for you to consider. Our home condition surveys can help alleviate those difficulties by independently measuring the condition of potential new homes.
The home condition survey will:
– Identify potential problems with the property
– Highlight ‘at risk’ areas that may manifest into more costly problems in the future
– Rate the condition of the property on a 1-2-3 scale
An amazing 70% of homebuyers do not commission an independent survey on a new property. This means that there may be some unfortunate surprises awaiting them. The consumer agency Which? estimate that investing in a simple home condition survey could save the new property owner up to £10,000 in the long term.