Newton Aycliffe Building survey, Newton Aycliffe House survey, Property defect survey, Building disputes survey,
To get a quote on a survey in Newton Aycliffe, carried out by an Independent Building Surveyor, click on the red 'quick quote' box above.
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 surveys and commercial surveys in Newton Aycliffe. Newton Aycliffe is a town which is situated in Durham.
Newton Aycliffe was founded in 1947 under the New Towns Act of 1946 after the moors between Aycliffe and Middridge in County Durham were deemed the perfect position for a New Town, hence the name Newton Aycliffe. The town is the oldest ‘New Town' in the North of England and was designed to be the flagship of the New Welfare State system introduced in Britain after World War II. Council Housing was introduced here and the council continued building up until 1980 when private housing and associations took over.
Today the Newton Aycliffe has a population of over 25,000 and is mainly an industrial town located thirteen miles from the City of Durham where we have carried out many commercial building surveys. It is a pleasing town to visit especially from a surveyor's point of view. There are no ‘streets' in Newton Aycliffe but many avenues, roads, closes and walks, most of these are named after local families who were active in establishing the town.
Access to the town is via the A167 which runs between Durham and Newcastle, the latter being thirty miles away. On the outskirts of the town is the Bishop Auckland to Darlington Railway. George Stephenson's Locomotion No.1 historically used the tracks near to Newton Aycliffe.
The town is twinned with Perstorp in Sweden.
If you are planning to book a building survey on a property you are purchasing in Newton Aycliffe 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 County Durham for example in:
Barnard Castle, Beamish, Bishop Auckland, Brandon, Castleside, Chester-le-Street, Consett, Crook, Darlington, Durham, Easington, Hartlepool, Lanchester, Newton Aycliffe, Peterlee, Rushyford, Seaham, Sedgefield, Shildon and Stanley.
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 Newton Aycliffe and the surrounding towns and villages.
We carry out Structural survey, Structural Building survey on Residential properties and Commercial properties throughout Durham.
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 Durham area some of which we have used for information and we would like to give them credit for this.
Information-britain.co.uk, Picturesofengland.com, Greenwichmeantime.co.uk, englandsnortheast.co.uk, timetravel-britain.com, kidsnewcastle.co.uk, seedurham.co.uk, simplygolocal.com, information-britain.co.uk, bishopaucklandhistory.co.uk, dur.ac.uk; youngresidential.com, communigate.co.uk, picturesofengland.com, keystothepast.info , touristnetuk.com , wearsideonline.com , naturalengland.org.uk , heritagebritain.com , hardwickhallhotel.co.uk , seaham-hall.co.uk , seaham.gov.uk , nrm.org.uk , thisishartlepool.co.uk