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Commercial and Industrial Building Inspection

Commercial real estate investors can benefit from inspections for many of the same reasons that apply to home inspections. Every commercial property is different, and every client has different needs, expectations and budgets. Our approach to these differing requirements is to customize each of our property assessments individually according to those differences and needs.
 
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  • Performed by Professional Engineers
  • Based on the ASTM standards
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  • Multi-unit apartment buildings
  • Industrial properties
  • Commercial properties
  • Shopping centers
  • Hotels and motels
  • Office buildings
  • Semi commercial units

Our commercial building inspections are designed to make sure all problems are taken care of before you sign, to avoid the unwanted hassles and to allow you to focus on your investment. These type of inspections which are also known as Property Condition Assessment (PCA) are made to measure for financial institutions and investors as well as individuals looking to purchase or refinance a commercial building. Our report will provide you with detailed information on the condition of the building while focusing on the following elements:

 

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  • Structural and foundation condition survey of the exposed elements
  • Roof
  • Exterior
  • Common hallways and stairwells
  • Sample apartments
  • Underground parking
  • Plumbing systems
  • Electrical systems
  • Mechanical systems
  • Fire protection systems
 

Industrial Building Inspection

The purpose of the Industrial Building Inspection for building owners is to evaluate the physical condition of the building. This will enable us to plan a long-term maintenance program that addresses the specific needs and condition of the building, and allows the owner to utilize it to maintain the building in a proper condition, while reducing the maintenance costs. The Industrial Building Inspection lists the deficiencies currently existing in the building and its systems, assesses the life expectancy of the major components of the building, and includes recommendations for future repairs and replacement. Items that are included in an Industrial Building Inspection are for example, the building’s structural elements, its finish, safety compliance with current codes, and an overall view of the building.

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