Why Choose HomeSnag?
It is our mission to push new-build houses to the highest standard.
We are a snagging company valuing "quality not quantity" and we want to keep things that way. We do not outsource our inspections to third parties: Whilst other snagging companies sub-out the work to inexperienced building trades on their books, HomeSnag snaggers are employed full time and snag houses and apartments professionally for a living.
We are highly experience and qualified building surveyors, with applied qualifications in building thermography and domestic energy assessment. This is important because some snagging companies try to copy what we do and yet are not qualified to do so.
Our company has an excellent customer service record, maintaining an NPS of 96, determined by a survey sent out to all our customers after the inspection has been carried out.
After your initial Snagging Survey we can carry out a re-inspection or you can choose a unique package that covers the length of the warranty process.
We use specialist tools to identify issues which is unique compared to other snagging companies who will simply walk around to spot issues.
Our surveyors are all trained in building thermography and are experts in heat loss, using borescope cameras alongside thermal cameras to identify shortfalls with the cavity wall insulation, loft insulation and draughts.
Most other professional snaggers produce a report that is very basic and ambiguous. We are an established company with an excellent reputation so be aware of pop-up / 1 man band new companies that under-charge and over-promise their service.
Alongside your snag list you will also get an Overview Report which will demonstrate for your reassurance everything inspected regardless if there wasn't an issue, such as the thermal images and aerial pictures of the roof.
Our team regularly have training sessions to share expertise and to keep on top of new regulations.
"Snagging - the very name is enough to put you off. No one likes having to deal with problems or hitches. But for anyone who buys a newly built or converted property, the S-word can be crucial. Do it right and you could save yourself thousands of pounds. Do it wrong and you could end up with a problem property"