Our Quinquennial Inspectors are highly experienced in Quinquennial Inspection Reports for a wide variety of Church building types including Grades 1 &2 listed buildings.
We take the time to understand your needs whilst offering a rapid response that details & prioritises building defects.
We also offer a full range of consultancy services to help maintain and improve your church facilities for future generations.
The Chawton Hill Quinquennial Inspection Report includes;
- Repair of the building; maintenance; sustainability; safety of the structure; unsafe floors and access assessments
- Digital Image Schedules
- Issues graded according to the urgency (A to M)
- Free initial consultation
- Free detailed quotations
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Under the Inspection of Churches Measure 1955, as amended by the Care of Churches and Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction Measure 1991, all consecrated buildings of the Church of England must by law be inspected once in every five years by a registered architect or chartered building surveyor (the ‘Quinquennial Inspector’ or QI). The surveyor must be approved by the Diocesan Advisory Committee (DAC).
Most other denominations and many secular organisations responsible for historic buildings now adopt a similar approach to inspections.
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