Being INDEPENDENT means we are not tied in with any money lender like many property surveyors are. When we are working for you we are 100% focused on giving you the best property advice and not advice which will benefit the lender. Having a building survey is so important. We have saved our clients many thousands of pounds by bringing to their attention certain problems with the property. We always advise of the solution to the problem and give approximate repair costs giving our clients all the tools they need to make the right property choices for them.
Please Free phone 0800 298 5424 for help and advice.
Lincolnshire is one of the low lying counties just a few meters above sea level. It is only land as opposed to being sea or marshes due to a system of drainage and sea defences. Lincolnshire was mostly an agricultural area until the Second World War when flatness and closeness to Europe led to a large number of Royal Air Force bases locating to the county, now totalling around forty. 1stAssociated.co.uk are independent surveyors who are able to carry out valuations, specific defects reports and building surveys in Lincolnshire and the surrounding area including Alford, a charming little town with a fabulous manor house and working windmill, Barton-upon-Humber where the Humber suspension bridge spans the Humber Estuary connecting Lincolnshire and Yorkshire, the picturesque village of Boston where Botolph Church dominates the skyline also known as the Boston Stump, Chapel St Leonards with its impressive village green, Cleethorpes four and a half miles of golden award winning beaches, Corby Glen which was originally called Corby, the town was renamed during the 1950's to stop any confusion with Corby, Northamptonshire, Gainsborough which has the River Trent as a focal point which has undergone regeneration to create walkways with some of the old buildings being converted to riverside accommodation, Grantham birthplace of Margaret Thatcher, prime minister from 1979 – 1990, Grimsby, a major port for fresh and frozen fish, Leasingham which is a small picturesque village north of Sleaford, Lincoln the county town of Lincolnshire, Heckington which has a unique eight sailed windmill dating back to 1830, Little Cawthorpe which is well known for its Saxon Church and mill pond, Louth where the spectacular 295ft tower of the 15th Century Church of St James is visible for miles around, the seaside resort of Mablethorpe, Scunthorpe which is affectionately known as “Scunny”, Skegness where Billy Butlin opened his first holiday camp in 1936 which is still a popular resort today, Skellingthorpe with its abundance of woods to explore with Old Wood being a popular attraction, Sleaford location of The Hub which is the UK's largest centre for craft and design situated in a refurbished four-storey warehouse on the banks of the River Slea, the attractive market town of Spalding with its grand Georgian buildings, Sutton on Sea where you can relax on the sandy beaches , Stamford one of our favourite towns full of history considered to be the most beautiful village in England with Burghley House, a grand house of the first Elizabethan age which has been used as a location for films such as Pride and Prejudice and The Da Vinci Code, Tattershall with its 14th Century Castle, Woodhall Spa with its tree-lined avenues, pretty shops and championship golf course and Woolsthorpe-by-Colsterworth which was the birthplace of Sir Isaac Newton in 1642.
Please contact our freephone number 0800 298 5424 if you need any advice on a property that you are about to buy or if you have any issues with your existing property in Lincolnshire.
The M1 and the M18 run along the west of Lincolnshire, the A1 running through it north to south passing through Stamford, Grantham, Newark on Trent leading on over towards Doncaster. The A15 goes from Scunthorpe through Lincoln , Sleaford and Bourne towards Peterborough. There aren't that many major roads around this mainly rural county.
We are very proud of the reports that we produce and have very positive feedback from our clients although we are still always looking at ways to improve our service.
We include within our reports photos both internal and external taken with a super optical camera and we also include sketches like this one shown to the right to help explain to you any problems we may come across or to highlight anything we feel is of importance.
A black mould sketch especially drawn up for us
Our surveyors all have many years of knowledge behind them but we also have if required all the latest surveying gadgets such as thermal imaging cameras should they be required.
A thermal image like those we can use in our reports if required
Our Surveyors like to meet you at the property if possible to discuss any issues you may have and to show you first hand any problems they come across but are also available to chat by phone both before and after your survey.
To get a quote on a survey in Lincolnshire please complete the short form by clicking the box to the right or call us on Freephone 0800 298 5424 for a no obligation quotation.
We have written 1000's of articles on many property related problems and how to solve them which are all listed below. Please take a look. We hope they help you.
We have over the years worked on many different types of property from many different Eras. We have surveyed pubs, shops, warehouses, stone houses and many more. Please call us to request an example survey. If you know the type/Era of the property you are looking at please advise us and we will match the example survey as near to this as we can. Please call 0800 298 5424.
As building surveyors we are often asked to work on not only a building survey but also a boundary walls dispute survey, a schedule of condition survey and a specific defect survey.
Whilst a lot of this is written from our knowledge of the area here are some websites that we think will be of interest to you in the Lincolnshire area some of which we have used for information and we would like to give them credit for this.
lincsuk.com ; Lincsheritage.org; lincs wolds .org.uk ; visitlincolnshire.com; cleethorpes coastlightrailway.co.uk ; visit skegness .co.uk ; stamford .co.uk ; Raf - lincolnshire ; sleaford ; touristnetuk.co.uk; bostonuk.com/ ; woodhallspa.org; northlincs.gov.uk ; stwulframs.org; stamford.co.uk; louthuk.com ; sleaforduk.com/visitor; spaldinguk.com; northlincs.com; suttononsea.info; lincolnshireseaside.co.uk; chapelstleonards.info; aboutbritain.com ; tattershallwiththorpe.co.uk; gainsboroughlincs.co.uk/riverside; zoopla.co.uk