Our surveys are carried out using state of the art equipment and we can provide you with different data for different scenarios

Level Monitoring

Level Monitoring is a process of monitoring the foundation movement in a structure to precise levels


Level monitoring is a more expensive form of monitoring than crack monitoring but can provide more in-depth results as to when, how and how much a foundation of a building is moving.

Our level monitoring surveys are carried out using Topcon 500 series digital levels using methods set out in the BRE Digest 386 with a recorded accuracy of 0.1mm.

Level monitoring points are fixed to a building footprint evenly spaced approximately 300mm above ground level, these monitoring points act as fixed markers that will move with the building.  Level monitoring points are referenced to a datum point, datums can include unaffected areas of the building you are monitoring, sewer drains of a good depth or a purpose installed deep datum at a minimum of 6-8m below any root network.

Base readings are recorded and return visits are scheduled for 4-8 weeks for a period of 6-12 months.

Here at Subsidence Monitoring we can provide you with level monitoring data for different scenarios take a closer look at some of our case studies.

Why Choose Subsidence Monitoring?

Specialist Monitoring Services

From structural monitoring during pilling to deep excavation and many more bespoke monitoring projects

Experienced Monitoring Technicians

All of our surveys are carried out by experienced monitoring technicians and we can offer competitive UK coverage.

Competitive Fees

We can work with you to make your project as cost effective as possible.

Friendly & Professional Service

We listen to our clients requirements and offer advice to ensure our clients needs are met in the most professional way.