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When it comes to building work, getting it right first time is vitally important, but with so many variables it can be difficult to make sure you're doing the right thing.


Here, we answer some of the most common questions we get asked, including how to start the process of renovating your home, what to do if you suspect subsidence and more.

If you have a query, you can contact our team by hitting the button below!

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FAQ #1: How to Choose a Structural Engineer

Whether it's a terraced house, block of flats or a public building, when undertaking any construction work, it's imperative the right structural engineer is chosen, but how?

In our first FAQ, we detail what you need to consider in order to choose the right engineer for your project.

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FAQ #2: How Do I Remove an Internal Wall?

While home renovations are becoming more and more common. It may sound cliché, but putting your own mark on a building can turn a house into a home.

Light, open spaces are also very popular, but how do you make sure the wall you want to remove is suitable?

In our second FAQ, we detail what goes into the process so you can know what to expect.

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FAQ #3: How Do I Remove Cavity Wall Insulation from a Steel-framed Building?

Building work can often be complicated. Without the right guidance and advice, mistakes can be made, leading to setbacks like costly repair work or delays in time frame.

Cavity wall insulation and steel-framed buildings do not mix, and in our third FAQ, we deal with a query from a client explaining what they need to do to remove it.

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FAQ #4: Surveys as Part of a Property Purchase

Purchasing a property can be stressful, especially when the question of having a survey arises. 

There is a lot of confusion about surveys as part of a house purchase. Unfortunately, there is no single, one-size-fits-all answer....


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