The following are the types of buildings that are considered for a commercial building inspection:
- Apartment Buildings
- Convenience Stores
- Church Complexes
- Industrial Buildings
- Office Buildings
- Retail Complexes
- Strip Malls
- Warehouse Buildings
Included in a Commercial Inspection
A review of the condition of the building’s structure and systems. The inspection will evaluate all the major components of the building including but not limited to:
- Roof structures and Coverings
- Foundations and Basements
- Electrical Distribution Systems
- HVAC (Heating/Cooling) Systems
- Plumbing and Mechanical Systems
- Interior structure and conditions of walls, ceilings, windows, doors, stairways, railings & balconies
- Attic/Roof Spaces
- Exterior structure and cladding
- Restroom Facilities
- Parking surface and grounds
A Commercial Inspection will provide you with peace of mind by supplying valuable information about the investment you are about to make.
A Commercial Inspection often requires research and/or utilization of specialized knowledge and people. We generally hire contractors specializing in their field to inspect the key components with the roof, electrical, plumbing depending on the size and type of property.
The scope of the inspection required, and the specific areas to be inspected, are based on a variety of factors: age, occupancy and type of construction are considered when determining how the property will be inspected.
The Commercial Inspection Report includes an objective evaluation of the condition of the property, clearly stating existing deficiencies and indicating potential problems. The report is provided to the client after the inspection has been conducted.
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