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Commercial Property Inspectors

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Experienced With Many Property Types

  • Office Buildings
  • Office Suites
  • Retail Centers
  • Medical Buildings
  • Warehouses
  • Auto Shops
  • Apartment Complexes
  • Condo Complexes
  • Restaurants
  • Hotels
  • Daycares
  • Schools


Commercial Inspection Scope

The scope of work for a commercial inspection can vary based on the type of property, industry, and our client’s specific needs. However, here are some common scopes of work that are typically covered in a commercial inspection:

Structural Components

Evaluate the structural integrity of the building, including foundations, walls, columns, beams, and roofs.

Exterior Envelope

Inspect the exterior components, such as walls, windows, doors, and the overall building envelope, for signs of damage or deterioration.

Roofing System

Assess the condition of the roofing system, including materials, flashings, and drainage, and identify any leaks or potential issues.

Plumbing Systems

Examine plumbing systems, including supply lines, drainage systems, and fixtures, and identify any leaks or plumbing-related issues.

Electrical Systems

Evaluate the electrical systems, including wiring, panels, switches, and outlets, to ensure safety and compliance with electrical codes.

HVAC Systems

Inspect heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems for proper function, efficiency, and compliance with standards.

Interior Spaces

Assess the interior spaces, including walls, floors, and ceilings, and identify any issues related to finishes or structural elements.

Fire & Safety Systems

Review fire detection and suppression systems, emergency exits, and other life safety features to ensure compliance.

Environmental Hazards

Check for environmental hazards such as mold, radon, or other pollutants that may pose health risks.

Accessibility Compliance

Evaluate the property's compliance with accessibility standards, including ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) requirements.

Parking & Site Considerations

Inspect parking areas, driveways, walkways, and the overall site layout for safety, accessibility, and proper drainage.

Records Review

Review relevant documents, permits, maintenance records, and available building plans for insights into the property's history.

Zoning Compliance

Verify that the property complies with local occupancy and zoning regulations.

Financial Considerations

Provide insights into the potential financial implications of identified issues, such as maintenance costs or required upgrades.

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