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Quinquennial Surveys and Reports

The Church of England requires that all churches in its care have a Quinquennial Survey carried out by a Chartered Building Surveyor.

A Quinquennial Survey is carried out at least every five years and pertains to the general condition of the church as a whole and identifies any repairs necessary and also gives an overview of how best to budget for and carry out these repairs based on their urgency. 

Typical church problems can be costly and sometimes difficult to solve. Our report will not only help you to plan for general maintenance of your church but also for future larger projects.  

As always our survey reports are written in plain English without too many technical terms. Where we do need to use these terms we will always include a definition and often one of our commissioned sketches and a photograph as shown here on the right, for example. 

Our Chartered Building Surveyors are happy to work with you to determine the best possible options and solutions in each individual case. 

Lead tingle defined

These are strips of lead usually about 25mm wide which are used to secure slates that have slipped.

   

Nail sickness defined

The weakening or rusting of the fixing nails that secure the slates or tiles to the battens. This is usually attributed to problems with slate roofs. 

   

 

Call us today to discuss your Quinquennial Survey - Free Phone 0800 409 6824

 

Chartered Surveyors?

YES all our surveyors are Chartered Surveyors and members of The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors RICS 

                   
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