Create, find & resolve snag lists seamlessly
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Build your snagging list on a mobile device from the project site - no office follow-up required.
Assign & set deadlines directly in the snagging app – subcontractors update snags for free.
With a touch of a button, export snags into your snag lists report templates.
Say goodbye to paper snag lists. Pin snags directly on plans & BIM models on the construction site.
With snagging software, each snag can contain photo, video, text and voice recordings direct from your mobile device.
On-site or in the office, users can review and annotate the snag list item before assigning to subcontractors or team members.
Once snagging is complete, use a snagging list template to create an actionable report in the exact format required.
PlanRadar allows you to create a template that meets your needs and export resolved, open, and closed items. Users can also report by contractor or type of snag i.e. plumbing or heating-related snags that needs repairing.
Use PlanRadar’s statistics boards to get quick insights into snag progress. Monitor work, identify delays and take quick action to resolve any issues.
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1. How to complete a snagging list with PlanRadar
2. Create snags on your digital plan – with photos, videos, voice memos or plan annotations
3. Assign the snag to the responsible team member with a deadline
4. Export your snags into one report for a usable snagging list
5. Monitor progress using a statistics board just for snags
Modular construction experts Innovaré Systems use PlanRadar on-site and at their factory for quality assurance, snagging, and several other processes.
HCIP use PlanRadar to achieve high-quality handovers and get better oversight of their interior fit-out projects.
CSI~QA conduct independent site inspections with PlanRadar, helping their customers achieve compliance and high quality builds.
Snagging is the process of inspecting a construction project and identifying issues, which are known as snags. Snags can include poor workmanship, the use of the wrong material or incomplete work. In some cases, snagging surveys can also find bigger issues that might breach building regulations. All snags should be added to a snagging list. Depending on the particular contract, the developer or contractor is then responsible for repairing snags.
The most common snags are caused by low quality or rushed workmanship. These issues include chipped or messy paintwork, missing grout or small elements that haven’t been installed properly. For instance, a socket might not be properly secured to the wall or a pipe could leak once you start to use it regularly. Occasionally you might find more serious problems, but most snags are small and easy to repair.
A snagging list is where you collect all the different snags that need repairing. The easiest way to compile one is to log each snag digitally, with photographs and any extra notes and then tag it to a building plan. Once you’ve completed your snagging survey, you can then run a report that includes all the snags you’ve created and share it with the contractor for them to repair.
Many new homeowners will be keen to complete a snagging survey before exchanging or moving in, especially if the property is a new build. A site inspection, including snagging, is also part of a standard handover process. Contractors and developers can get ahead of the curve by snagging using a snagging app during construction and fixing issues as they go. That way, by the time the new owner is handed the keys, there should only be tiny repairs left which won’t take much time or cost a great deal to fix.