Questions to Ask Your Flood Surveyor | Flood Protection Solutions

Posted 09. 10. 2018

Being flooded is a horrible experience, and when looking to reduce your risk, it’s important to get the right advice.

Below are some questions to ask your flood surveyor.

Questions to ask your Flood Surveyor:

1.      What qualifications have you got that relate to flooding?

2.      What is your experience?

3.      Can I see some case studies of projects you have worked on?

4.      Have you got full Professional Indemnity Insurance?

Experienced flood surveyors should easily be able to provide high level answers to the above.

One thing we have seen previously in the flood sector is companies offering a free ‘survey’. In the past these have been sales people, who, to cover their time and travel, need to make a sale. This has in some cases, resulted in flood protection which is not the best suited for the property.

At Flood Protection Solutions, we always charge for our surveyors, to cover the time, travel, expertise and insurance required to fully assess the site. We have over 50 years combined experience and will find the best solution for the property and individual.

Please contact us if you would like to discuss a site.

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