Commercial Property Inspection

Commercial property inspection is defined as the process of an inspector collecting information through visual observation during a walk-through survey of the subject property and then generating a meaningful report about the condition of the property based on the observations conducted by the inspector.

A commercial property is defined as the building structures and improvements located on a parcel of commercial real estate. These may include structures such as buildings with residential units operated for profit, mixed-use buildings, strip malls, motels, factories, storage facilities, restaurants and office buildings.

Inspections First provides commercial property inspection (widely been regarded as Due Diligence Assessments) and consulting services to help companies, investors, developers and lenders in the decision-making routine when buying, leasing, investing, selling, rehabbing, lending and of course managing property.

What makes us so good is the fact that Commercial Property Condition Reports are custom made to meet the unique requirements of each customer. Point to be noted here is that all commercial property condition inspections are not identical. As a matter of fact, there is going to be variation in reports on the basis of particular details customers require relative to a particular property.

As an owner, you need to have a proper understanding of how well a property has been maintained, more so if they have leased the property to a business. On the other hand, potential leasers need to know the conditions and expected maintenance and building parts they are agreeing to maintain during the time of their lease period. Buyers need a wide array of details depending on their intended property use.

The below mentioned list introduces few of the services that may be involved in Commercial Property Conditions report.

Due Diligence

For a good decision, you need to have important details regarding the building.
What is the roof condition?
What sort of heating and cooling (HVAC) system does the building have.

Basic Evaluation Offers Important Details On:

  • Roofing
  • HVAC or Cooling and Heating
  • Structures, Exteriors, Interiors
  • Plumbing, Mechanical, Electrical
  • The EPA recommends that all homes be tested for radon, since radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer.  Inspections First home inspectors are certified and utilize state-of-the-art testing equipment to ensure our clients receive accurate and reliable test results. 
  • Our part of Indiana is a Zone 1 with the EPA for radon- this means we have the highest probability of having a radon problem. It does not matter if the home is new or old, On a slab crawl or basement the EPA recommends that they are all tested when buying a home.