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Schedule of Roof Condition Report

Rotorgraph work together with a leading Building Consultancy company in the UK to carry out a variety of inspections including in depth Schedule of Condition Reports. These reports can be tailored to suit individual requirements such as focusing in on individual building elements like the roof and rainwater goods or the entire building’s demise.

If you’ve come to this page I’m sure you’ll want to see an example – below you will find a link to a live (redacted) condition report.

The layout of the Schedule will normally include: –

  • The purpose of the Schedule
  • Details of the location and extent of the property included in the schedule
  • Any restrictions on the inspection
  • The date of inspection and the weather conditions at that time.
  • A general brief description of the property.
  • The purpose for which the schedule may be relied upon.
  • Relevant drawings of the property, identifying rooms, elevations if these are applicable.
  • Definitions of the terms used (for instance “Poor” “Good”)
  • Photographs (and sometimes a video)

The purpose of the Schedule of Condition is to factually record the condition of the property at a point in time, such as prior to entering into a lease. In order to have any “status” the lease should make reference to the Schedule of Conditions and it should be agreed by both parties to the lease, or someone authorised to act on their behalf.

Our reports will be prepared in a format that contains a description of the building element, together with our (Building Surveyor) opinion of its condition supplemented by appendices containing photographs and block plans (if required). A signature page is included, confirming that both parties to the Lease or their professional advisors acting on their behalf believe the Schedule accurately records the condition of the premises as of the date of inspection.

Following receipt of instructions, we will be able to arrange an inspection of the property usually within 5 days. We will aim to submit the survey report within 5-7 days of inspection.

All instructions are led by a Director level Chartered Building Surveyor who will be responsible for overseeing the instruction in accordance with agreed terms and signing off the final report in accordance with quality assurance procedures.

Roof access will be provided via drone which will provide clear high quality images of the roof and rainwater goods.

In order to obtain a detailed quote we would ideally like to be provided with details of the property, any lease information and Heads of Terms if available.

We are based in Bradford, West Yorkshire – however we carry out surveys throughout the whole of the UK – so call now on 01274046190 for a no hassle quotation.

  • Dilapidations
  • Roof Inspections
  • Roof Condition Reports
  • Roof and Rainwater Goods Inspection
  • Condition Reports
  • Condition Surveys
  • Window Reports
  • Window Surveys