A commercial inspection is a comprehensive evaluation of a commercial property’s physical condition and operational systems. The inspection is conducted by a qualified professional and is designed to identify any potential issues or areas of concern that could impact the value, safety, or functionality of the property.
During a commercial inspection, we will typically evaluate the building’s structural components, mechanical systems, electrical systems, plumbing, HVAC, roofing, and other critical building systems. We will also check for signs of water damage, pest infestations, and other potential hazards.
The purpose of a commercial inspection is to provide the property owner with a detailed report outlining any potential issues or concerns and providing recommendations for addressing them. This information can help the owner make informed decisions about repairs, renovations, and ongoing maintenance to ensure the safety and longevity of the building.
Commercial inspections are typically conducted when a property is being sold or leased, but they can also be conducted as part of ongoing maintenance or risk management programs. They are especially important for older buildings or those that have undergone significant renovations or additions.