What's included in this service?
The pack consist of
- Annual Gas Safety Certificate
- Electrical Installation Condition Report
An annual gas safety certificate will insure the installation and appliances in the property are safe to use and compliant with gas safety regulations.
An Electrical installation condition report (EICR) previously referred to as a Periodic Inspection Report, is Serviceteam’s most detailed electrical inspection service, comprising of an in-depth assessment of the condition and safety of a property’s electrical installation highlighting any necessary remedial work.
If you are letting a property, then you are legally required to commission a gas safety check every 12 months. As a home owner, an annual gas safety certificate by a qualified Serviceteam gas engineer will give you peace of mind knowing your gas appliance/s meet with tough industry regulations.
Homeowners should get their electrical installation tested at least every five years. Landlords are required to carry out an EICR inspection every five years, or when the occupancy changes, whichever is sooner.
You’ll receive Serviceteam’s gas safety certificate and Electrical Installation condition report comprises a full safety inspection of all your gas appliances and electrical installation
If everything meets with industry regulations, our engineer will issue you with a Gas safety certificate and electrical installation condition report, which you will receive electronically. Should your appliances or installation be faulty, you will receive a full report detailing exactly what needs to be done to bring them up to current regulations and make them safe.
Whilst at your property our engineers can also complete your Annual boiler service , or install smoke or CO alarms to keep your property up to current fire regulations for a small additional fee.
What will it cost:
We charge a fixed price based on the size of your property
- Pack up to 3 bedroom flat - £315 + Vat
- Pack up to 3 bedroom house - £315 + Vat
- Pack per additional bedroom - £55 + Vat
- Add Annual boiler service - £45 + Vat
- Add Smoke or CO alarm - £45 + Vat each
- Add PAT test - £55 + Vat
- Add Plumbing condition report - £85 + Vat
For more information about our landlord and home buyers report contact our office and speak to one of our maintenance advisors.
What's not included in this service?
- Any repairs or replacements . Quotes will be provided
- An annual boiler service – Add £45 + Vat
- Any congestion zone, ULEZ or parking charges - This will be added at cost to the final bill (unless a parking permit for the duration of the visit is provided).
Q: What does a land survey tell?
A: Well it is a comprehensive and a detail inspection of property conditions, however, it tells us more about the condition of a property, building or land structural issues such as unstable wall or subsidence, it also inspects and highlight main issues or any major repairs that may be needed like fixing the roof or chimney chute, etc.
Q: How long does the house survey take?
A: Well a homebuyer survey is an exclusive and short survey, however, it takes around 90mins to 4 hours to conduct a survey report of your property. While a building survey is a broad, detailed, and more in-depth survey and probably takes more time than a homebuyer report. you have to wait for the surveyor to produce a detailed result of your property once they visit your site.
Q: What is the main difference between a home report and a survey?
A: The only thing that differs a home report form building survey is that a building survey is more comprehensive, inclusive and a detailed review of your property.however a home report is a narrow and restricted report of your home.
Q: How much does a serviceteam charge for a property survey?
A: The service team property survey starts from £315 + Vat.
1 Free key holding service
2 No commission or management fees
3 We will liaise directly with tenants if needed
4 Reactive maintenance
5 Remedial quotations