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Barns & Redundant Buildings

 

 

Conservation and Historic Buildings Specialist.

 

Helping to conserve and care for your unique buildings for future generations.

 

FREEPHONE:
0800 810 1040

 

EMAIL:
john@John-Hardy.co.uk

 

HEAD OFFICE:

20 Apex Court, Woodlands Lane, Almondsbury BS32 4JT

 

OFFICES IN EXETER AND PLYMOUTH

 

Surveying for Barns & Redundant Buildings

 

Pure ‘Surveying’ is the technique, profession and science of accurately determining the terrestrial or three-dimensional position of points and the distances and angles between them, commonly practiced by professional surveyors.


As a Chartered Building Surveyor we take this aspect one step further by specialising in the design, construction and management of buildings. By considering these aspects as a science and appreciating how they have evolved over the many generations, we gain a great insight as to how buildings in the past were built and why they were constructed in the manner they were When surveying a redundant building this can be beneficial in the long-term caring of them. For example a building built as a breathable building should continue for its longevity.

 

We can take the best aspects of our building history whilst incorporating the latest technologies and energy surveying devices. When remodelling an existing building we take every advantage of the original structure to make it work for you.


With large, older, rundown property or a building that is unusual or altered, we often find ourselves working in areas that other professionals would not. We can offer our clients a comprehensive structural report that includes defects, repair and maintenance options to every aspect and element of the building.


We always look to conserve the history of a building for the benefit of future generations, endeavouring to ensure that any modifications in our lifetime can be reversed if required by future generations, but accepting that all buildings and their uses evolve.

 

Viability survey

Viability survey of potential barn conversion, Essex

Viability survey

Viability survey for barn conversion, West Midlands

structural survey

Defect and structural survey of barn, Warwickshire

structural survey

Defect and structural survey of barn, Gloucestershire

Viability survey

Viability survey for barn conversion, Warwickshire

Viability survey

Viability survey for barn conversion, Devon

redundant building

Formation of flats in redundant agricultural building, Somerset

Viability survey

Viability survey of potential barn conversion, Midlands

Barn conversion

Survey for feasibility of barn conversion, Midlands

 

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