Valuations

We conduct valuations of Artworks,fine art and general effects together with Buildings.

More than 75% of the contents we inspect  as part of a claim are incorrectly valued.Undervalued items mean financial loss and if you have overvalued your items higher premiums are charged and claims particulars disputed.

By maintaing valuations and keeping them up to date can reduce your premium spend as market trends and fashions change  as well as giving you the security of knowing you have an unto date inventory.

Our Valuations as belies our insurance market background separate  items by risk, Art and antiques are classed as ‘low risk’ and so attract lower premium rating. Separating them from ‘General Contents’ and ‘high risk’  items may even attract lower premiums.

The next steps

Pleas contact us to discuss your needs in confidence  and we are following initial discussions able to undertake a pre-assessment visit  to establish your specific requirements including the threshold value and the basis of the valuation.

All our charges are agreed in advance and are never based on percentage values. We will provide you with a fixed quotation including expenses.

The requirements for a valuation vary and with a free assessment we can tailor the valuation to your requirements ,

For information on our Buildings surveying and valuation please note  our Survey page on this site.

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About Nick Orringe

Fellow of the royal institute for chartered surveyors

Capable of specialist loss adjusting for HNW high profile claims

Fellow of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors