JSA was asked to conduct a commercial Schedule of Condition building survey and issue a report within 48 hours. Did we accept?
Yes we did. Did we deliver?
Last week we successfully carried out our inspection of a sizeable building contractors' depot in Lancashire. It contained offices, a joinery workshop and storage.
We managed to carry out the survey and issue the report within 48hrs as the survey and Schedule of Condition were critical for exchanging contracts between the Company and Landlord. Luckily we managed to meet our client's last-minute deadline, and we’re pleased to confirm the deal went through!
We’re not only chartered surveyors; we’re committed and enthusiastic about helping our clients under extreme conditions.
What is a Schedule of Condition Report, and what is it used for?
A schedule of condition is a detailed record of defects and/or imperfections within areas of a property, taken on a specific date. This may be used to determine whether any damage reported after completing building works were present prior to works commencing or be taken prior to entering a commercial lease to limit repair liability.
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