Professional snagging list service on the Costa del Sol.

We will inspect your property and draw up a post-sale defects or snagging list for you, which will be delivered to you as a report signed by a registered technician.

What is a snagging list and why is it important?

The snagging list is a report that compiles all the aesthetic and functional defects due to deficiencies in the construction and which, in newly built homes, the owner is entitled to have them repaired by the development or selling party.

Kairós Architecture offers a snagging list service to owners on the Costa del Sol and surrounding areas.

It seems incredible to think that a new construction can have defects and hidden faults, but this is a reality in many developments today in Spain and more specifically in Malaga and the Costa del Sol. This can be due to a lack of skilled labour, the reduction of costs and construction times in order to obtain the highest profit, problems in the execution of the work and a host of other reasons.

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Trust a professional technician to carry out your snagging list.

Where do we offer snagging list services?

We work throughout Malaga province, Costa del Sol, Costa Tropical and part of the Campo de Gibraltar.

FAQ: Snagging list - List of defects

Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any particular questions or would like more information about the service.

In Spain, this responsibility is regulated by Law 38/1999 of 5 November 1999 on Building Regulations.

In its Article 5: “.Liability periods are set in periods of one, three and ten years, depending on the various types of damage that may occur in the buildings. The builder, during the first year, is liable for material damage derived from deficient execution; all agents involved in the building process, for three years, are liable for material damage to the building caused by faults or defects affecting habitability and for ten years, for those resulting from faults or defects affecting the structural safety of the building.

  • 1 year for defects in workmanship and materials.
  • 3 years for faults or defects affecting habitability.
  • 10 years for faults or defects affecting the structural safety of the building.

The builder of the property. But in most cases there is no contractual relationship between the owner and the owner, so the owner will have to claim directly from the developer or selling party.

Snagging – It is a strange term for those who are not familiar with it. The term snagging originally comes from the UK and is commonly used in the construction industry to describe a process. In the US the process is called “punch list“.

Snagging. This is an inspection and a list of minor construction problems or faults. They are usually aesthetic in nature and are found in new buildings or properties that need to be rectified. It is called a problem list. It could be anything from damaged furniture, scratches or missing items.

Sometimes there may also be shortcomings. These can be a little more serious, such as cracks, leaks and some installation problems.

There may also be labour problems.

They usually occur if the last stages of the installation have been rushed.

All aesthetic finishes on the property are inspected to ensure that they are in perfect condition.

  • Walls and ceilings
  • Doors and windows
  • Floors
  • Stairs
  • Paintwork condition

Contact us to make an appointment.