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TW9 Kew London Inventories – for your Property Inventory call 020 3026 6115
Property inventories are essential to responsible property letting, leasing and management. In the first instance, a well-executed property inventory from TW9 Kew London Inventories, in the form of a check-in report, will establish the condition of the property and that of its attending furniture, fittings, fixtures and other contents. Secondly, this check-in report will be referred to when later property inventories, in the form of check-out or interim reports, take place. This allows us to identify and corroborate any changes or damages which have taken place, and for liability to be assigned to the appropriate party.
In this way, professional inventory services from TW9 Kew London Inventories ensure the safety of all parties to a lease, rental or freehold agreement through comprehensive and unbiased reporting and documentation of the property concerned. Our inventory clerks use photographs and written reporting to compile exhaustive, independent testimony to protect tenants, landlords, lettings and management agents alike.
We maintain a file of all inventory reports pertaining to your property, allowing for ease of reference, revision and rebooking, and to prevent any disputes or discrepancies from arising during a change of tenancy. All this is done with the impartial authority only an independent inventory clerk can provide.
Contact our TW9 Kew office support staff on 020 3026 6115 or send us an email at for more information about our prices and the services we offer, or to make an appointment at your earliest convenience.
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List of services we provide in TW9 Kew:
The nearest tube station serving TW9 Kew is Kew Gardens.
We also provide property inventory and other services in nearby areas including Kew, Richmond, Manor Park, South Woodford, and Chiswick.