If one photo epitomizes our inspections carried out in December, I think this one does the trick nicely. This is a sign telling the heating engineer to ensure the fittings are tight, which is hung on a fitting that is leaking.
Merry Christmas everyone,
We attended to a developer that considers itself a high-end builder yesterday, and yet it had numerous issues falling out of building regulations and NHBC tolerances.
It goes to show the importance of instructing a professional snagging inspection even when builder's have 5 star ratings, as in our experience it rarely makes any difference.
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HomeSnag inspectors are experts at inspecting new-build houses. This blog shares real examples to demonstrate the importance of getting your new build house or apartment snagged professionally
"I always insist that there is specific provision for snagging," says Thomas Moran, partner at law firm Speechly Bircham. "Reputable developers do this anyway, but there are all sorts in the market, some big, some small, so you need a contractual promise than within, say, a year they will come back to remedy any minor defects in the finishing."
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