Goole Building survey, Goole House survey, Property defect survey, Building disputes survey,
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If you book a survey with 1st Associated you will find that we take great pride in the quality of our survey and produce a very detailed survey report. We use plain English to explain any problems with the property to ensure that you understand the problems and how to resolve them.
We carry out residential structural survesy and commercial surveys in Goole. Goole is a town which is situated in East Rising of Yorkshire.
Goole is a flat part of the countryside that has lots of canals, dykes, windmills and willows which are part of the town's everyday life. It has one of the most notable ports in England and it's the farthest inland port, some 50 miles from the sea. Goole also makes paper and has engineering and chemical works. The Water Tower in Goole is the largest in England, 145 feet high and can hold up to 3/4s of a million gallons of water.
There is a bridge that links it to Hook over the river Ouse, this weighs 670 tons and is 830 feet long. It has a movable section that can open in less than one minute. There are many war memorials commemorating the hero's who came from this town.
The main history of Goole began with the diversion of the river Don so that it flowed into the river Ouse instead of the river Aire to help stop the land from flooding. This was instructed by the King and engineered by a Dutch man called Vermuyden allowing the land surrounding Goole to become habitable. In the early 1800s a canal was built between Leeds and Goole enabling the transportation of goods to other parts of the world, with this various shipping lines set up business here ensuring plenty of work for people both on the docks and in their offices in the town. With the railways being built a few decades later and the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway also using the port at an outlet to the North Sea, Goole prospered further still. The engineers Stanhope, Bartholomew and Aldham made new ways to improve efficiency at the docks by developing the coal hoists, allowing small barges to be lifted from the water with their goods and loading onto a waiting ship. These were used until the mid 1970s but now there is only one of the five original still remaining and this is a listed building which as engineers interested us greatly. At the very peak of Goole's industrial era it was a rival to even Hull, there were passenger ferries to Europe and the world along with steam packet services to Hull and York. A thriving town came of this with municipal parks being built, three cinemas, lots of pubs, two theatres and a successful football team being established. We have recently been conducting building surveys in the town both residential and commercial and have enjoyed the amenities Goole has to offer.
Today there are still some independent traders in Goole along with the larger chain stores that we all know.
If you are planning to book a building survey on a property you are purchasing in Goole or the surrounding area then we would like to assure you that we always send a suitably qualified and experienced surveyor to carry out the job. This ensures that you get expert advice on any issues that we may find with the property we are surveying. All our surveyors are members of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors - RICS - and are Independent Building Surveyors. Being 'independent' means that they are working for you and you alone; they do not work for a mortgage company or an estate agents, so they have your best interests at heart.
All our survey contain lots of images, clearly showing any problems that we have identified at the property such as woodworm, rising damp or cracking to the walls. We also use sketches in our survey which are aimed at helping you to understand how certain areas are constructed or to help show more clearly a problem that we have identified. You will also find lots of definitions of any building terminology that we may use in our survey, as we firmly believe in 'Plain English' and really want you to fully understand what we are saying in the survey report.
1st Associated Surveyors cover the whole of the UK including all areas of East Riding of Yorkshire for example in:
Adlingfleet, Airmyn, Allerthorpe, Bainton, Bempton, Beverley, Brandesburton, Bridlington, Broomfleet, Bugthorpe, Burstwick, Cottingham, Cranswick, Driffield, Dunnington, Eastrington, Flamborough, Fridaythorpe, Garton-on-the-Wolds, Goole, Harpham, Hessle, Hornsea, Howden, Hull, Kilham, Langtoft, Market Weighton, Nafferton, Pocklington, Sewerby, Skipsea, Sledmere and Withernsea.
We always recommend that people have a building survey carried out by an Independent Surveyor. It is laughable to expect that a mortgage owned / estate agent owned surveyors will give impartial advice. Call an Independent Surveyor on 0800 298 5424 for an impartial survey.
Contact us today for a free, no obligation quotation, including building survey, structural survey, homebuyers reports and pre sales reports, for Goole and the surrounding towns and villages.
We carry out Structural survey, Structural Building survey on Residential properties and Commercial properties throughout East Riding of Yorkshire.
Whilst a lot of this is written from general knowledge and local knowledge of the area and here are some websites that we think will be of interest to you in the East Riding of Yorkshire area some of which we have used for information and we would like to give them credit for this.
Bridlington.co.uk, Touristinformationbeverley.co.uk, cottingham.co.uk, Realyorkshire.co.uk, Withernseatowncouncil.co.uk, Information-britain.co.uk; ronadickinson.com, goole-on-the-web.org.uk, british-history.ac.uk, localhistories.org; yorkshire-east-coast-unofficial-guide.com; genuki.org.uk; yorkshire-england.co.uk; scunthorpeuk.com; cottinghamuk.co.uk; huttoncranswickonline.net; thewindmilldunnington.co.uk, picturesofengland.com, btinternet.com, flamborough.me.uk; flamborough-pc.gov.uk, driffield.co.uk, hornsea.gov.uk; howden-online; sewerby.com; my-yorkshire.co.uk