Wessex Surveyors conducts property surveys & valuations in Dorset, Somerset and Devon
Wessex Surveyors is a truly independent firm of Chartered Surveyors, with vast experience and local knowledge, which prides itself on providing a quality service in accordance with the ISVA (Independent Surveyors and Valuers Association) Charter.
Wessex Surveyors produces Home Surveys Level 2, Building Surveys Level 3, Defect Reports, Snagging Lists, Valuations, property dispute resolutions, rural land management, expert witness reports and compulsory purchase and compensation negotiations.
The majority of our clients are private individuals but we also carry out work for Aster, Hastoe, Guinness Partnership, the Forestry Commission, Trinity House, Dorset Police, the RSPB and the Salvation Army
- Independent, impartial property advice
- Energetic, caring and quality service
- Reliable expertise, with over 25 years experience in property matters
- A balanced, comprehensive opinion
- Integrity, completely uninfluenced by any other organisation or person
- We are able to guide clients towards reputable contractors in the area but DO NOT charge referral fees
A high proportion of our clients are returning customers
Please thank Ian Vicary for the impressive Home Survey he carried out for me last Friday. I found it detailed and very informative, giving me the peace of mind to carry on with the purchase. Kind Regards, Mr C, Worksop (ISVA HomeSurvey carried out on 3 bedroom semi-detached…read more→
Many thanks for the report. The prompt way in which the work was done as well as the comprehensive and clear nature of the report are much appreciated. If you need a testimonial from me, I’d be more than happy to provide one. Many thanks again.
Just a short note to thank you sincerely for the Building Survey. I found it to be exceptionally detailed and comprehensive, presented in an intuitive and easy-to-follow way, and the sections summarising major issues and legal matters were perfect. (And thanks for taking the pics in the rain! - hope…read more→
Now that winter is here and temperatures are dropping, it is important to check your roof void for condensation. On a recent home survey at a relatively modern semi-detached house…
The RFA who specialises in security, explosive detection and search dog training has successfully trained two dogs that can detect Japanese knotweed. These dogs have been provided to a UK…
Finlock gutters were commonly used during the 1960s and are very much of their time and in most cases are now past their time as well. The gutter system was…
Whilst doing a survey of a property in Yeovil our surveyor noted that there was an established growth of injurious weeds, in particular Japanese knotweed. Japanese knotweed has become a…