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A commercial inspection is a thorough assessment of a commercial property to identify any potential issues or problems. It is typically conducted by a certified inspector who specializes in commercial properties. The purpose of a commercial inspection is to provide the property owner, buyer, or investor with a comprehensive report on the condition of the property and any repairs or maintenance that may be required. This information is crucial in making informed decisions about the property's value, safety, and overall suitability for its intended use.

During a commercial inspection, the inspector conducts a detailed examination of various components of the property, including the building structure, electrical and plumbing systems, HVAC systems, roof, and other key features. They also assess the property's compliance with building codes and safety regulations. The inspector may use specialized equipment such as thermal imaging cameras, moisture meters, and electrical testers to identify potential issues that may not be visible to the naked eye. The inspector then provides a comprehensive report detailing their findings, recommendations, and estimated costs for any necessary repairs or maintenance.

Some of the types of commercial buildings we inspect include but are not limited to:

  • Office Spaces

  • Retail Spaces

  • Schools

  • Car Washes

  • Condos or Hotels

  • Storage facilities

  • Medical or emergency facilities

  • Schools

  • Churches

  • Vacant Properties

  • Mixed use facilities

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