Your snagging list is a vital part of the new build buying process. In a nutshell it is a list of defects that you submit to the builder for them to put right. As you may have guessed they give you absolutely no help compiling it – it is not in their interest to help you find faults as it costs them money.
Do you know what should and shouldn’t go on your snagging list? Probably not, which is why you either need a professional snagger to carry out a snagging inspection on your behalf or you need a simple to use snagging guide with a snagging checklist that could save you a fortune as you can get the builder to put right all the problems rather than paying for it yourself.
Here is the snagging guide.