Disability access survey

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Abbins Maintenance Limited
Disability access survey in Grays, RM20 3BJ
Fedora And Sons
Disability access survey in Ilford, IG1 3EN
M.C.P. PROPERTY SERVICES LIMITED
Disability access survey in Hertford, SG13 7HJ
Kr.Eativ: Architects Ltd
Disability access survey in 34 Paradise Lane, NN15 6LX

Latest Disability access survey Reviews

Abbins Maintenance Limited
15 Feb 2019
Calderon Draper Limited
13 Sep 2016
Alex assisted me with a rather tricky Party Wall matter which was dealt with professionally and quickly. He explained to
Chesterton Smart Ltd
3 Mar 2016
Chesterton Smart undertook full architectural design for the vaulted roof extension at the rear of our property and acquired all
Astral Pms Ltd
12 Jan 2016
Emergency call out for plumbing leak, excellent fast service as always

Hiring a tradesman for a disability access survey

Disability access is an important part of independent living for the disabled and elderly. If you are planning to update your property to properly accommodate the disabled, it is important that the job is done in its entirety. A disability access survey will make sure you are fully aware of what work is necessary, but it is important to hire the right tradesman for the job. Plentific’s service takes the information from over 75,000 professional tradesmen across the UK and creates a bespoke list for you of the best tradesmen in your local area that offer the expertise you require. You will also be given quick access to customer reviews to help you compare your options and make the best hire.

What do you need to know about disability access surveys?

If you are a service provider, then in accordance with the Disability Discrimination Acts of 1995 & 2005 you are required to make adjustments that make your service accessible for the disabled. Alternatively as a homeowner you may simply want to make sure your property has as much accessibility as possible for yourself or a family member. This can involve alterations to the building itself or the installation of safety measures; a disability access survey can highlight how full access can be achieved.

You should make sure that your surveyor is adequately qualified and licensed to perform the survey, and that they have experience with buildings like yours. Ask to look at reviews from their previous clients to try and gauge their professionalism. Remember that they should also have professional indemnity insurance in case their work proves to be inadequate and results in costs for you down the line. Getting a quote is usually free, so be sure to get several to compare before making your final hire.