Home Seller Survey
Off mains home seller survey
If you’re looking to sell your house and the property is off mains, you’ll want to be sure that the sale proceeds without any unnecessary glitches. Whichever off mains drainage system you use – septic tank or sewage treatment plant, a home seller survey will give you peace of mind that there are no hidden problems with this aspect of the sale. It can smooth the sales process of the property by assuring your buyer, or potential buyer, that your drainage system is in fully compliant and in working order.
If the survey does discover any issues, it’s far better to have them fixed before selling, than to risk them cropping up at the last minute of the sale.
How the home seller survey works
We’ll be happy to give you a quote for any work that may need carrying out if that turns out to be the case
Why Choose Us
Off-Mains Drainage Seller Surveys
We have extensive experience of carrying out surveys for homes off grid.
WES Limited offer surveys for both home seller and buyer to provide a detailed understanding of the existing off-mains drainage system in place covering its operation, condition and compliance with both current and proposed legislation.
This means that prior to sale or purchase, all parties are in no doubt as to the current position and the potential cost of repair or replacement if required, avoiding delays in the sale and unexpected costs. Just contact us & we’ll be delighted to give you a free, no-obligation quote for this service.
Off Mains Drainage is required when a property is not connected to the main sewage system network. This can apply to all manner of properties and situations: from residential to commercial and agricultural, to home owners or home buyers.
Septic tanks and other related surveys are essential when selling your new home or other type of property. We can find issues that normal surveyors can’t always detect. These jobs require a specialist off mains drainage surveyor and that’s us. It makes sense to establish your peace of mind, knowing that not only the house, but also the off mains drainage has been fully surveyed and deemed fit for use.
Frequently Asked Question
No, but in light of the EA 2020 it is advisable to avoid unforeseen costs..