I am a Chartered Building Surveyor in a small practice established about 40 years ago on the northern edge of the Lake District, specialising in pre-purchase building surveys, structuralsurveys/inspections and party wall matters. Prospective Clients are encouraged to discuss their particular requirements at length without any obligation whatsoever before confirming instructions.
We provide a wide range technical surveying services to both private and public clients. Our principal area of operation is in Cumbria, but we have accepted commissions as far South as York and as farNorth as Kilmarnock, as our reputation for high quality professional work has spread. As a small practice we can offer a bespoke service package with a rapid turnaround at competitive rates.
Energy Performance Certificates (EPC's) are required for most properties when they are sold, let or built. The responsibility for providing an EPC lies with the seller, landlord or builder.Residential and Commercial Property Energy Performance certificates (EPC's) can be provided.
HWM Surveyors are a team of chartered surveyors who have many years experience providing professional advice on property to clients in the North West of England with offices in Lancaster, Barrow inFurness, West Houghton near Bolton, Colne and Didsbury near Manchester. We are completely independent and have no 'special relationships' with any individual lender or estate agent - We can be relied upon to be objective and act in your best interests.
We provide a number of survey and report services, covering Mortgage Valuation, Homebuyers Survey and Valuation, Building Survey and Energy Efficiency. If you would like to receive a quote for ourservices via email, you can request an Online Quote through our Get A Quote! page. If you have any questions about any of our services, please do not hesitate to contact us!
Hyde Harrington was formed in 1994 and is now a multi-disciplinary Chartered Surveyors practice providing advice to the commercial property, construction and social housing sectors. We provide aprompt, efficient service to meet clients' requirements, whether they arise from a single instruction or from part of an ongoing working relationship developed over many years. We have two offices, in Carlisle and Kendal.
At Carigiet Cowen we have a simple and successful professional philosophy - to provide an expert, efficient and personal service to all clients. It is a commitment at the heart of all work carried outby our Carlisle based firm of Chartered Surveyors. Clients benefit from the unique knowledge and experience of Carigiet Cowen's directors, surveyors and support staff, who provide effective and practical solutions tailored to their individual requirements and the demands of each new case.
Ian Gibson Associates LTD are conveniently situated in Carlisle to cover the North of England & Southwest Scotland. Established in 1997, to preserve old and listed buildings, from the traditional 2-up2-down Terrace homes to Country houses, Castles and Churches. Basement Conversions are our speciality bringing added value to your home. Fully qualified surveyors provide a domestic and commercial service from pre-purchase inspections through to commercial / landlord surveys.
Established over 100 years ago, Edwin Thompson LLP is a multi-discipline firm of Chartered Surveyors operating throughout the UK from offices in Carlisle, Keswick and Windermere in Cumbria, Berwickupon Tweed and Newcastle in the North East and Galashiels in the Scottish Borders. We offer expert advice on property related matters with the aim of providing a professional service designed to meet targets and add value.
Paul a Chartered Surveyor, is based at our Hexham and Penrith offices. He has over 30 years experience within the industry and now specialisies in historic property conservation His passion for thistopic has lead to him being an Accredited Conservation Surveyor as awarded by RICS in 2013. In addition he is a Heritage Skills Ambassador for the North of England Civic Trust and also working as a Building Consultant to The National Trust.