• Businesses
  • Banks & Leasing Companies
  • Public Service Agencies
  • Healthcare Providers
  • Accountants
  • Solicitors
  • Arbitrators

Do you know what your machinery and equipment is really worth? 

This is a question which Business Owners, Banks, Leasing Companies, Accountants, Solicitors, the Courts and others all need a certified, independent and defensible answer to.  Estimating the true value of your machinery and equipment requires a valuation professional with the right credentials and business acumen to make an expert assessment. 

Does your situation require a determination of fair market value, liquidation value, scrap value, insurance replacement cost or a combination of values?  Irish Machinery Valuations specialise in the production of certified, independent and defensible machinery and equipment valuation reports which can withstand the scrutiny of lending institutions, potential buyers, the courts, revenue commissioners, business partners and other stakeholders.

Independent, Qualified Professionals

A truly independent valuation can only be obtained through the services of a qualified professional such as a Certified Machinery & Equipment Appraiser (CMEA). CMEAs are independent, qualified professionals who specialise in machinery and equipment valuations.

With offices in Dublin and Athlone, Irish Machinery Valuations provide industrial, commercial, financial and public service clients nationwide with certified, independent and defensible valuations which are compliant with the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice* the global best practice standard for machinery and equipment valuation

Our CMEA qualified staff are available to carry out valuation assignements ranging from a single piece of equipment to multi site locations containing hundreds of pieces of machinery and equipment.  Through our international network of over 370 Certified Machinery and Equipment Appraisers we also have the capacity to take on the most complex multi jurisdiction projects in a timely and professional manner.

* The Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice are developed by "The Appraisal Standards Board" of the "Appraisal Foundation Trust".