Simply put, a snag list is a list of defects (snags) that the owner identifies after the building is completed. A snag list is always drawn up at the end of the building project. It is essentially a liability period where faults can be noted and repaired by the builder.
A snag list can help make sure that the building is up to code before the builder signs off.
But how do you draw up a snag list? What should you be looking for? The experts at AE Surveys Construction & Design Services are available to help homeowners create a comprehensive snag list.

AE Surveys Construction & Design Services

AE Surveys provides clients with the highest standard of building surveying and construction supervision. Their comprehensive service encompasses construction projects within the domestic and commercial sectors.
Some of the chartered building engineering services they offer include pre-purchase property surveys, construction project management and crucially, snag lists for new houses.

Why You Need a Snag List

A snag list is a frank assessment of the building, that identifies any and all issues. Snag lists are often done in phases. The first phase is immediately completed after the building is completed. The second is usually done six months after the completion date. As a chartered engineer, AE Surveys can carry out a comprehensive home inspection at the completion of the build. A second inspection will be carried out after 6 months to a year.
This method ensures that all issues with the house are properly documented.

If you are thinking of building a home, it is absolutely imperative that you hire a professional like AE Surveys Construction & Design Services to complete a Snag list. A snag list can give you the peace of mind of knowing that your home is ready and safe to move into.

More About AE Surveys Construction & Design Services

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