Up and coming Walthamstow in East London has been named as the best place to rent a home in London. As rental costs in the capital rise to record levels a new study has earmarked E17 as offering the best mix of value and convenience in one of the world’s most expensive cities. Thanks to the regeneration at Stratford City the whole surrounding areas could be about to see a massive surge in interest.
Tapco HomeDry, based in Thames Ditton, are conveniently situated to cover all areas of London and have ourselves seen a considerable increase in survey instructions in East London.
We specialise in eradicating all types of damp and timber decay and our fully qualified timber and damp surveyors are always at hand to carry out a full and thorough damp and timber survey.
We have been established since 1971 and are long term members of the Property Care Association (PCA) and Trust Mark (Government Endorsed Standards). For your piece of mind our long term guarantees can be protected by the Guarantee Protection Insurance (GPI).
Damp and timber decay come in many different forms from many different sources, which is why it is extremely important that the problem or problems are correctly identified and the correct remedial work is recommended and carried out by a specialist contractor.
A Tapco HomeDry qualified timber and damp surveyor will make accessible as many timbers and wall surfaces as is required to carry out a thorough inspection. Where possible floorboards may be lifted and in all cases, moisture readings will be taken using an electronic moisture meter.
An external inspection will also be carried out on the general condition of the property to determine if any property maintenance repairs are required to prevent rain penetration.
We will then issue you with a very detailed report, floor plan, images and our recommendations for any treatment or repairs that may be needed.
If you are moving in Walthamstow or any other area of East London call Tapco HomeDry today to book a thorough timber and damp survey. 020 8398 6663.