Commercial Building Inspections
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Purchasing a commercial space is an important investment in your business. Evaluating the different aspects of the commercial space is one of our core services at NextDay Inspect®. Commercial property inspections can identify potential problems with the structure, foundation, systems, and more.
A commercial building inspection can help you identify potential problems with the structure, foundation, systems, and more. Our inspectors have years of experience inspecting commercial buildings and can provide you with a detailed report that outlines any issues.
A commercial building inspection is a comprehensive examination of the entire commercial structure including systems, components, and amenities – from HVAC to electrical. Property inspectors identify any issues with the property that may affect its occupancy or use.
Our inspectors are familiar with inspecting the following commercial property types:
– Apartment Building
What Separates Our Inspectors
Our inspectors have received specialized training by InterNACHI’s Certified Commercial Property Inspectors Association and the Senior Inspection Team at NextDay Inspect®. This specialized training equips the inspectors at NextDay Inspect® to provide comprehensive commercial inspection services and generate clear and defined commercial inspection reports for clients. Delivering value to commercial inspection clients through knowledge, training and certification.
NextDay Inspect® is proud to be affiliated and certified with CCPIA, Certified Commercial Property Inspector Association. CCPIA is a nonprofit organization, and its members are composed of commercial property inspectors across North America who perform commercial building inspections according to the International Standards of Practice for Inspecting Commercial Properties (ComSOP). As members of the CCPIA, we abide by a strict Code of Ethics and Act in Good Faith with the Public.
Looking for a professional building inspection? Look no further than NextDay Inspect! We offer quality commercial property inspections at an affordable price, and our team is composed of certified and highly trained professionals who will help you understand your building’s condition and potential repairs.
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What Do Our Inspectors Check
Our inspectors will evaluate all system components of the building or unit. Our inspectors accurately identify all potential issues and pinpoint which ones require immediate action. The inspectors findings are conveyed within a report that is written for easy understanding by the client. Commercial building inspections can be a very important part of your business. By hiring a professional like NextDay Inspect, you can ensure that your building is in the best possible condition and that any potential repairs are able to be taken care of as soon as possible.
Please note that a commercial inspection is not a permit or license requirement, but it can provide you with valuable information about the property being inspected. A completed inspection report will include an evaluation of the condition of the property, a description of any deficiencies and recommendations for remediation. Commercial inspections are not intended to be used as the only source of information about a property – other sources such as sales records, zoning regulations, and economic trends can also be helpful in making an informed decision.
If you have any questions about the inspection process or the findings, don’t hesitate to ask your inspector. They are there to help you understand what was found on the property and how it can be improved. Keep a copy of your inspection report for future reference. This document will be your primary source of information about the condition of the property and any repairs or updates that may need to be made.
NextDay Inspect®’s qualification brochure for commercial inspection assignments is available for download.
Our Inspectors will inspect and operate all accessible areas within the interior of the unit or building. This includes the floors, walls, ceilings and any other components that are accessible. We want to make sure your office space will not fail when you need it most, therefore our inspectors take time to make sure that all areas are thoroughly evaluated for proper function and report on any deficiencies observed. By conducting a comprehensive inspection, your inspector can help you understand the overall condition of the property and whether any updates or repairs are necessary.
Heating & Air Conditioning.
The commercial inspector will evaluate the heating and air conditioning system including return ducts at the property. The inspector will evaluate the effectiveness of the system by testing for temperature differentials to ensure that it is operating within the acceptable tolerances.
Our Inspectors are trained to provide a thorough analysis of the commercial properties adequacy for safety aspects. The inspector will report on accessibility and conformity for Americans with Disabilities (ADA) Compliance as well as adequacy of parking in relation to the occupancy rating of the building. We go beyond the specifications to ensure our clients receive the most detailed information to protect the safety of their employees and customers at their commercial buildings.
We assess all plumbing fixtures for water pressure, drainage issues, and visible leaks. Our inspectors are trained to identify all potential problem areas and pinpoint which ones require attention. If there are any safety hazards associated with the property, our inspectors will also recommend corrective measures.
We assess the condition of different components of the commercial properties roof including proper function, evidence of leakage, missing components, and any worn/damaged components. Furthermore, we perform an inspection of the flashing, parapet walls and gutters to ensure they are in good condition and properly draining.
We assess the condition of different components of the electrical system, including proper function of the circuit breaker panel, wall outlets throughout the commercial property and proper light operation throughout. Our inspectors are also trained in the recognition of potential fire hazards. A commercial building inspection from our team is an essential step in safeguarding your business and property.
Commercial Inspection Reports
Within 48 hours following the on-site inspection, the commercial building inspector will provide the client with an accurate, easy-to-read professional inspection report outlining the findings and presenting recommendations with the degree of urgency. The report will have annotated digital images to facilitate easy communication and guidance to the areas of concern. Sample commercial building inspection report can be found under the Sample Reports.
NextDay Inspect performs commercial building inspections for many types of clients on different types of properties. Commercial property inspection ranges from property condition assessments (PCAs) in accordance with American Society for Testing and Materials Standards (ASTM E2018-15) to inspections tailored to a client’s specific needs.
Here are some tips to assist you in preparing for your commercial building inspection:
- Obtain an accurate estimate of the cost of a commercial building inspection from NextDay Inspect. This will help to ensure that you are fully aware of the true cost before agreeing to have an inspection performed.
- Review the information found in NextDay Inspect’s Commercial Building Inspection Report Sample. This report provides a detailed overview of common findings during a typical commercial building inspection and can be helpful in understanding what to expect during your own inspection.
- Familiarize yourself with the hazards specific to your business, such as fire safety and evacuation routes.
- Familiarize yourself with health and safety regulations that pertain to your industry or type of property, such as those pertaining to electrical wiring and signage.
Commercial Inspection Reports
Take a Look at a Sample Report
Get an idea of the format and items that would be listed under a Commercial Building Inspection.