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Thanks for all the great recommendations!
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I will second Mike Firestone. He did a survey for me a few months ago and was outstanding. PM me if you want to see a copy of the survey.
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I would second the recommendation on Bobby Brown
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Surveyors in Texas

I just had Don Patterson review a boat in Corpus Christi. Besides the fact that he was 50% more expensive than the next surveyor, his report did not cover all the issues and when asked about the implications of the of osmotic blisters on the bottom he verbally said that they were not a problem but would not put that in writing. Hence would suggest if you need a surveyor that you shop around and get samples of their previous reports.
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I agreed a fixed price with Don Patterson before he stepped foot on board, it was competetive with two other quotes i had, I was satisfied with his report and after service as were my Insurers. One Man`s meat is another Man`s poison!
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