Condition & Acquisition Surveys for Glazing and Façades

A Condition & Acquisition Survey is essential when purchasing or leasing a new commercial property. The last thing you want when purchasing a property or signing a five-year lease is for the weather protection on the sixth floor’s windows to fail soon after you exchange contracts. Contact Glass Aftercare, and let us give your new property a full Condition & Acquisition Survey.


Condition and Acquisition Surveys

Before you sign on the dotted line, you always need to know exactly what you’re buying. And that’s especially true if you’re taking possession of a property. The last thing you need is to realise you’ve taken responsibility for very expensive repair work.  That’s why Condition & Acquisition Surveys are so important.

It doesn’t matter how new or how old the building you’re acquiring is. You need any potential (or even existing) problems to be highlighted so that you know exactly what you’re paying for. By going into any negotiation armed with the facts, you’ll avoid unnecessary expense for repairs, refurbishment or ongoing maintenance.

What’s more, you’ll ensure that any relevant warranties or insurance will remain valid.

Condition & Acquisition Surveys for Glazing and Façades

Make sure you know what you’re getting into

Our Condition & Acquisition Surveys will highlight any pre-existing or potential problems

Condition & Acquisition Surveys for Glazing and Façades

Glazing Condition Surveys

A condition survey isn’t just a due-diligence box to tick. It can inform your whole purchasing or leasing decision – and it can save you huge amounts of money in the long run.

Our experts will undertake a comprehensive inspection of the condition of the property’s glazing and façade and provide a full report detailing any failures or potential problems with common components such as insulated units, weather seals and gaskets.

Glass Aftercare will carry out a full condition inspection, note any current or potential issues, and ensure you sign any contracts while in full possession of all of the facts.

All you need to do is pick up the phone.