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Ensure Safety and Reliability with Commercial Inspection Pros

Commercial Inspection 

Ensure Safety and Reliability with Commercial Inspection Pros

Making Smart Choices with Our Commercial Property Inspections

Types of Buildings We Inspect:

  • Commercial Building For The  Buyers

  • Commercial Building Inspection For Leases

  • Commercial Building Inspection For Owners / Building Managers

  • Triple-net Lease Inspections

  • Restaurant / Hospitality Inspection

  • Industrial Building Inspection

  • Multi-family Property Inspection

  • Office Building Inspection 

  • Retail Property Inspection

  • Apartment Building Inspection

  • Manufacturing Building Inspection

Types of Buildings We Inspect:

A Standard Commercial Property Inspection Includes:

  • Site Characteristics (paving, landscaping, and utilities)

  • Building Frame and Envelope

  • Roof Surface Area/Type

  • Mechanical and Electrical Systems

  • Plumbing Systems

  • Heating Systems

  • Air Conditioning and Ventilation Systems

  • Interior Elements

  • Commercial Kitchen Equipment

  • Recommendations

A Standard Commercial Property Inspection Includes:

Additional Speciality Services That May Be Included:

  • Wood-Destroying Organism Inspections

  • Phase I Environmental Site Assessments

  • Sewage and Treatment Systems Inspections

  • Asbestos Inspections

  • Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Assessments

  • Radon Inspections

  • Sewer Scope Inspection

  • Wood-Destroying Organism Inspections

  • Phase I Environmental Site Assessments

  • Sewage and Treatment Systems Inspections

  • Asbestos Inspections

  • Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Assessments

  • Radon Inspections

  • Sewer Scope Inspection

Certified Commercial Property Inspectors Association – CCPIA

Certified Commercial Property Inspectors Association (CCPIA) 

We are members of the Certified Commercial Property Inspectors Association CCPIA - a 501(c)(6) nonprofit organization and federally tax-exempt membership trade association.

As a member of the CCPIA, we complete hands-on training programs, including online courses, on-site training, and specialized training with inspection tools and equipment. We are qualified to perform whatever inspection our Clients need.

20+ Years of Customer-Centric Property Services

Every Client and Property is different. So is our report and how we approach each inspection. We start  with the scope of work specified in ASTM E2018 and conform even further to the Commercial Inspection Standards of the CCPIA (Certified Commercial Property Inspection Association)

 

If you’re purchasing or leasing a commercial property in Southern California, or Central Florida, a quick call can help you schedule a Property Condition Assessment to ensure you are fully informed about your transaction. 

Contact us at (855) 200-7767 to schedule your inspection.

 

Inspection Pros Inc is a well-trained, organized, and efficient team that has done many large-scale commercial and investment properties from 200,000 sq ft +/- warehouses to several acre 150 unit multi-family complexes. We can scale resources to address your needs, from small, free-standing buildings to large apartment complexes or shopping/strip malls. 

 

We can perform a property condition assessment promptly and provide you with a report on defective items requiring immediate attention, as well as deferred maintenance that will require capital investment in the future.

 

Over the last 20+ years, we have listened to our Clients and we have continually added different services for our commercial customers based on their particular needs:

 

- Standard building inspections focusing on the systems and components. This is called a generalist visual inspection.

 

- Detailed building inspection. More detailed inspection and report with a repair estimate from a third party company (Repair Pricer)

- Property Condition Assessment. This is a much more involved inspection requiring a site visit prior to the inspection to verify paperwork, contact lists and scope of the inspection are clear. This inspection takes longer to arrange and complete as the process may continue over multiple days on larger projects.

 

- An OPINION of PROBABLE COST, otherwise known as Cost to Cure, breaks down capital expense estimates for immediate and longer term items (up to 5 years). This helps establish budgets for repair / replacement items as well as maintenance over the long term.

 

The report takes up to 3 - 5 days after the inspection, based on the size and complexity of the inspection. 

 

Prior to the inspection, we may request documentation from the seller. These documents can include maintenance records, disclosure statements, environmental reports, permits, and recent repairs. The more information we have, the more complete the report will be.

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