Definitions for "Full structural survey"
A full structural survey looks at all the main features of the property, including walls, roof, foundations, plumbing, joinery, electrical wiring, drains, and garden.
This is the highest level of property inspection you can get, and the most expensive. The surveyor will make a detailed analysis of the property, including checks for damp, rot and other infestations. You can also ask your surveyor to check out specific things that you might be concerned about regarding the property and surrounding land. If a surveyor misses something in a Full Structural Survey that later becomes a problem, you would be able to take legal action against the firm to recover any costs incurred.
Comprehensive report on the nature of the structure and any problems.
a detailed appraisal of the condition of the fabric of the building
a detailed examination of the structural condition of a property by