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Abergele Surveyors

Cosey Homes are a professional practice of structural engineers and Chartered Surveyors in Abergele, dedicated to providing a complete range of property services. We operate with over 10 years of industry experience and are proud to be accredited by the most respected specialist bodies, including the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) and the Chartered Association of Building Engineers (CABE). If you require property surveys or any kind of building-related advice in the Abergele and North Wales area, please call us 0330 053 5823, or using the form on our Contact Us page.

Chartered Surveyors in Abergele & North Wales

Buying a property is one of the most expensive purchases of your life and involves countless important decisions that can affect your enjoyment of your home for years to come. When it comes to making these choices, it’s essential that you are fully informed about your options and their long-term effects. At Cosey Homes, we can offer a comprehensive picture of your property’s structural integrity, physical condition and maintenance requirements to help you understand the decision you need to make.

As one of North Wales leading teams of Chartered Surveyors, we have used our expertise to help thousands of clients. We hold ourselves to an exceptionally high standard, and always work to provide the very best customer service, reliable impartial advice and quality building reports and valuations.

We are completely independent from mortgage advisors and estate agents, so you can be sure that the guidance we offer is unbiased and tailored to your best interests. We never recommend work that won’t benefit you or your home, and we make sure that our reports are well-formatted and easy to understand, so you can access the valuable information you need to make the right choice.


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Which survey should I choose?

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What can we help with?

Can I use the survey to lower the asking price of a property?

A survey can tell you about urgent remedial work that needs doing, as well as how much it is likely to cost. Many buyers use this information to negotiate the same amount of money off of the asking price for the property, although others prefer that the seller gets the work done as part of their sale agreement.

What survey do I need for a listed building?

The most appropriate survey for a listed building is the RICS Building Survey (Level 3), as it will go into the depth necessary to cover the unique features and requirements of a historic, character home.

What is the difference between a Building Survey (Level 3) and Homebuyers Survey (Level 2)?

The main difference between a Building Survey (Level 3) and a HomeBuyer Survey (Level 2) is the depth of investigation. A HomeBuyer (Level 2) survey is non-invasive, meaning that only the visible and easily-accessible parts of a building are inspected. On the other hand, a Building Survey (Level 3) will take every reasonable measure to check the condition of “hidden” areas, such as under floorboards and inside attics, and will also made informed speculations about the state of any completely inaccessible areas of the property.

Building Surveyor in Abergele and North Wales

If you are interested in having a property surveyed in North Wales or you would just like more information about which service is right for you, contact us today by calling 0330 053 5823 and we will be in contact with you as soon as possible.


Our Abergele office allows us to cover most of North Wales. Our surveyors in North wales cover towns and cities across the region including