Floor plans are an integral part of the marketing service supplied by estate agents. Buyers and sellers alike have come to expect them and, as such, they are crucial to the successful marketing of any property. They are an invaluable way for potential buyers to assess whether a property meets their specific needs, allowing them to get an idea of the space on offer, layout and key features of the property, before deciding whether to view it. We offer a wide range of floor plan services to meet every budget and requirement.
Fourwalls are committed to being at the forefront of industry standards. We have been in direct consultation with the RICS regarding IPMS and were actively involved in creating the IPMS consumer guide publication. All our floor plans are drawn to the RICS (Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors) Property Measurement 2nd Edition, Incorporating IPMS (international Property Measurement Standards). An extensive quality control process at our production office in Sri Lanka is followed, then all floor plans are subsequently checked by CAD technicians at Head Office here in the UK. Our surveyors are either commercially trained or are RICS certified property measurers, and are regularly audited to ensure that all floor plans are consistently accurate.
Types of Floor Plans
Floor Plan Articles and Projects
To provide consultancy and delivery of multiple marketing pack elements for the sale of a luxury new build development. Working to strict client brief the project included branding, brochure design with custom graphics, website design, location photography, architects floor plan redraw, CGI renders, signage and hoarding design and brochure printing.
Here at Fourwalls, we like to support our staff in many ways, such as with flexible working or training opportunities. We have a network of freelance operators who work remotely and liaise with us in order to form a flawless working relationship, with seamless interaction between the team which allows us to provide the best service possible, using the best people. With four million people now working solely from home in the UK, is this the new modern way of working?