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Black Cat Building Surveys are based in Surrey. We complete a range of Independent Building Surveys required for home buyers/home sellers, RICS Home Condition Reports, RICS HomeBuyer Surveys, RICS Full Building Surveys, commercial and residential Energy Performance Certificates and Air Conditioning Inspections.
Black Cat aims to provide a polite and courteous professional service. We will always put the client first. All our surveyors are RICS registered valuers, qualified surveyors and are RICS regulated to maintain the highest professional standards.

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Black Cat Building Surveys Ltd

Address:
37 Park Road

Redhill
Surrey
RH1 2AH

Tel: 01737 217165
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Email: ed.farmer@ntlworld.com

Website: http://www.blackcatsurveys.com
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Black Cat Building Surveys provides a polite, courteous and professional service. We will always put the client first. We complete Full Building Surveys, HomeBuyer Reports, Home Condition Reports, Residential and Commercial EPCs in the South-East of England at very competitive rates (we operate under the VAT threshold). We are RICS registered valuers and have a wealth of experience and knowledge on a vast variety of buildings. We are independent form banks, building societies and insurance companies. We provide a completely honest and unbiased opinion of your property which is reflected in our detailed and comprehensive reports.

 

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verified customer
Positive Review
Posted by verified customer on 23-05-2019 09:16:49 | Rating:

I booked for home buyers survey to carry out and valuation of the property, the report was in really detailed information with lots of pictures of the property. really worth discovering some of the stufff which we normally miss or ignore and report revveals it all. Ed was really helpful in advising some of the points and what needs to be done and also where can that be found too. So, pleased with the report and service from Black Cat Building Surveys Ltd.


Austin
Building Survey
Posted by Austin on 05-04-2018 08:12:38 | Rating:

The 300 photographs were very helpful.


Anonymous
New Positive Review for Local Building Surveyors
Posted by Anonymous on 05-04-2018 07:52:19 | Rating:

The search came up with a good range of options at sensible costs and the surveyor employed (Black Cat) did a quick professional job


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