The ultimate goal of an L & M Concrete Garages Site Survey is to supply enough information to determine the viability of placing a concrete garage on the site and eliminating any problems. The need and complexity of an L & M site survey will vary depending upon the site. Areas looked at are Planning issues, suitable access and the location of the base. An L & M survey also detects the presence of interference from other sources for example neighbour’s tress and boundaries.

Stages of the Site Survey

Inspect the access point: How accessible is the site for construction of the concrete building for construction vehicles?

Inspect the site: Visual inspection of the proposed site and suitability for the concrete base is determined. Any potential problems that may affect the erection of a concrete building will be identified.

Identify Customer requirements: Identify the customer’s requirements for a concrete garage, workshop or shed and discuss the options.

At this point you can discuss placing an order or think about the information you will have been given and make an informed choice later.

L & M Concrete Garages come in a variety of sizes so your storage options are endless.

 

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I was impressed by the excellent organisation - peoples timing and punctuality was impressive as was their workmanship. It was the first time I had dealt with anyone from the internet also with someone completely unknown - I usually use people as recommended by others. Your personal kindness and helpfulness was much appreciated, you even went the extra mile by contacting you ‘technical adviser' to overcome the problem with the Council's Building Warrant Officer, who delayed matters, so putting me one week behind schedule. When my warrant was granted you efficiently arranged for the erection of the garage. You have an excellent and hard-working team which is so rare these days. Locals have wondered why I dealt with people from so far away - they were disbelieving when I recounted events as they unfolded but most impressed when they realised it was true!

- Elaine Parker, Abelour