Dilapidation reports document the visible structural condition of a property prior to nearby construction or excavation works being undertaken for the purpose of comparison at a later date.
The reports are carried out by Rapid’s experienced building inspectors and are generally of a visual nature only, with all fixtures and finishes remaining in place. The report records the current condition of the property including any existing damage, highlighting areas that are likely to be affected by nearby works. It typically includes notes, measurements, photographs and diagrams which give an accurate picture of the state of the building being inspected.
If there has been a change in the condition of the property during the works period and/or after the completion of the works you should contact Rapid to re-inspect and document the extent of change that has occurred.