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Complete, manage & track snag lists online

Try the simple check list that tenants & owners trust before property handover.

What do we do?

We provide a simple solution online to complete a check list and share the report with all responsible parties.

Professional lists

All our lists are made by thorough professionals for different types of properties, stages and regions.


For every submission we process the information to build and share a report with all the parties involved.

Clarifying & accountability

Information which establishes who is responsible for the defect or omission, and when and where it was spotted.

Secure & Online

A secure & online solution that users can access at anytime from their desktop or mobile browsers.


Categorized notes, photos and videos are most important in disputes that arise on projects.

Sign-off & closure

Make sure all items in your list are either classified as open or closed and signed off by all parties.

Do i need a snag list?

If you spot any defects in your property before moving in, it’s up to you to report them to the responsible parties.

A snag is a small defect or problem that remains in your property after the building work has been completed. It is typically something that is damaged or broken; not fitted properly or looks unfinished – think a scratch on a window or a missing hinge on a door.

Most are cosmetic – however more serious defects can arise such as major cracks and kitchen fixtures that are not fitted properly.

How does it help?

The list is used to give all parties a reasonable period of time to rectify the minor yet tangible defects which have naturally occurred over the course of the project. It’s also a good thing to do if you are hiring tradesmen to renovate your property.

What should I be looking for?

Use, edit, download and print this snag list example for yourself.

How does it help?

A snagging report will help you with


Highlight any issues in the property that fall short of the warranty standards


Highlight any breaches of building regulations or any other statutory technical guidance


Provide guidance prior to or post completion of the property as to any outstanding issues requiring remedial works

Are you looking at a professional snagging survey?

Professional Snagging Surveyor

You can start the ball rolling by simply filling in a short form on our site and then they will get in touch by email with options for you to consider. The inspector will then set a date for the on-site inspection.

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