Successfully operating since 1994, and conducting an average of 1500 inspections per year, Miller Inventory Services Ltd. has a wealth of experience in conducting professional and impartial property inspections, tailored to our customers’ individual needs. Our extensive experience in the industry, uniquely enables us to provide additional advice to both landlords and tenants post-inspection, particularly if any disputes arise and also clarify any issues related to the recent introduction of the tenant fee ban. Our normal areas of service include, but is not limited to, London, Surrey and Middlesex. We welcome all new business. Contact us today to discuss your property inspection needs.
A good inventory is a key part of protecting all parties involved in residential property rentals.
Landlords, Residential Lettings Agents, Relocation Agents and Tenants can all benefit from a good property inventory. It provides an accurate record of the contents and state of any property and will be the basis for avoiding future arguments, and in the worst case be the basis for legal proceedings.
Very happy with the service I received (as a private landlord); excellent communications from start to end and prompt, cheerful and helpful service. Pleasant and businesslike check-in and a high quality detailed inventory produced quickly and accurately. Good value for money too. Can highly recommend"
Brilliant communication every step of the way. Quality of work - impeccable. The timings for check-out, check-in and inventory service completed ahead of schedule.
Fantastic rate for each service and would definitely be using them again!"
Miller Inventories have always been prompt, efficient and helpful. They provide detailed reports and nothing is too much trouble."
I have been using this service for 10yrs and always found them to be dependable, approachable, efficient and punctual. Their photos and inventory notes are straight forward and honest. They have a truly independent view without favouring the tenant or the landlord. Highly recommended."