Our comprehensive commercial inspections are essential for real estate investors and business owners to better understand the condition of the property they are planning to purchase. While some defects like torn carpeting are easy to spot, other problems like improper wiring or building code violations are not so apparent unless you have the training and experience to know where to look. When conducting your due diligence you need a trusted inspector, like RG&S Inspections, who has the training and expertise to provide a thorough and accurate Commercial Building Inspection Report.
We provide a comprehensive visual inspection of all commercial buildings on the premise, including, but not limited to:
Purchasing commercial real estate is a calculated risk. A building inspection will give you the additional information you need about the property to determine whether you’re making a sound investment.
Our detailed inspection report will uncover the facts investors and business owners need to know about their prospective property investment:
Roof Condition: We inspect the roof for damage and leaks. We also estimate its remaining useful life before requiring replacement.
Building Foundation: We look for signs of pests, water damage, sinking, and other issues.
Interior Features and Fixtures: We inspect the walls, ceiling, flooring, and test interior fixtures, such as lighting, elevators, and stairways.
HVAC: We will inspect and test the heating, ventilation, and air conditioning and all ductwork.
Electrical: We will inspect and test the outlets, wiring, and panels and advise whether it meets current building code requirements.
Attics & Crawl Spaces: We inspect the attic and crawl spaces for any damage, pests, and moisture intrusion.
Building Envelope: We inspect the building envelope to determine if there are any air leaks.
Insulation: We inspect to determine whether the property has sufficient insulation.
Building Code Violations: We will advise if we discover any building code violations during our visual examination of the property.
Repairs/Replacements: We will let you know what works, what needs repair or replacement, and its estimated cost.
The Commercial Building Inspection Report contains a written summary and a detailed review of the inspection. The summary section highlights any primary areas of concern that were found, giving commercial investors and business owners a concise overview of the property assessment. It is cross-referenced to a more detailed review that will be found on subsequent pages.
Let us customize a commercial building inspection to meet your property investment needs. Contact us to schedule your commercial inspection today!