You can rest assured with the professional and reliable team at Pass & Co….
Pass & Co. was established in south east Essex approximately 40 years ago. The parent company (Haigdata) changed ownership in 1997 to Dangate Ltd. and continued trading as Pass & Co.
Our current director has worked for Haigdata and Dangate Ltd. for approximately 35 years in total, as a qualified plasterer and more recently, a qualified remedial surveyor.
We are delighted to report that during May 2015 we successfully met the assessment to become a Which? Trusted Trader!
At Pass & Co. most of our surveys are currently free of charge, however we may occasionally need to make a small charge for conducting professional damp and/or timber surveys; in these instances clients are often asking for a ‘peace of mind’ survey, in properties that are not currently showing any signs of damp or timber defects. Client’s are advised of the charge in advance.
In most instances we provide one free written report, giving details of our surveyor’s findings (including any recommendations for treatment), as well as one free estimate for any remedial works necessary.
There may be a small charge for condensation-related surveys/re-inspections, or for surveys where the inspection is for ‘peace of mind’.
In many cases, we hold recognised qualifications relative to the industry. Help and advise is always free!
Our PCA Membership No. is available upon request.
Need a FREE weekend survey?
We also offer on occasions, free inspections on Saturday mornings. We cover most of south east Essex.
Our survey reports are fully comprehensive, and include realistic estimates, so you will have all the information you need.
With our many years of trade experience, Pass & Co. are more than qualified to provide chemical damp proof courses for any property, as well as treatment for all timber decays and infestations.
Information that you provide such as your name, address and contact details will never be shared with a third party without your consent.
As Pass & Co. provides guarantees, the above information is likely to be kept electronically and/or in hard-copy for several years.