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Commercial Property Inspection Checklist

Are you ready to have your commercial building inspected? We offer commercial property inspections that will cover any and every area of your property and building. In this article, we will review what you can expect at your commercial property inspection.

Checklist Items

A comprehensive inspection can help you identify current or future concerns about your property and building. Since we are licensed and certified in all areas, you will not need to hire multiple inspectors. Instead, we will cover everything. You can find a full checklist of what we will inspect right here.

A Baseline Property Inspection

At the very least you should have a baseline inspection of your commercial property. A baseline inspection consists of a walk-through survey, document review, and interviews to determine the property’s condition. This information will help owners and buyers better understand operation and maintenance required for the commercial property. This is especially important to provide confidence to prospective investors.

Consultations

Unfortunately, we could run into a multi-faceted or complex problem. For these situations, we offer consultations to guide you in the best route to fix the problem. We have built strong relationships with various specialists so we can make sure your specific concern is fixed by a trusted specialist.

Now that you know what to expect at a commercial property inspection you can rest easy. You can schedule your inspection anytime directly on our website here, or give us a call.

rain and heat

How the Rain and Heat can effect your Home Inspection

Weather can and does effect your home inspection. However, sometimes the weather, such as rain and heat, could help your home inspection! As we enter into the rainy season in the Tampa area we can celebrate for the much needed rain! Not just for the dry areas and the brush fires we’ve been battling, but also for our lakes and swamp land. Here’s how the heat and rain can help better your home inspection.

Rain, Rain Don’t Go Away

Heavy rain can show you issues in your home that would otherwise be difficult to detect. Leaks in the roof, clogged gutters, drainage issues, and flooding are all affected by rain. In fact, we recommend that if you have an opportunity to check out a home you are considering purchasing while it is raining then do so. Drive around the neighborhood as well to check for potential flooding hazards.

One delay you don’t have to worry about is your home inspection. We inspect in the rain and complete the inspection as normal. If you’re worried about scheduling a home inspection during a week that expects bad weather, don’t worry about it! Give us a call anyways.

What the Heat can do for you

The heat can effect certain areas of the home more than others and be a tell-tale sign to serious issues. Improper insulation in the attic can cause your attic to overheat and your A/C to overwork. Improper insulation within the house means high electric bills.

Extreme high heat can be dangerous for home inspectors. When the roof get very hot it can make inspecting the roof difficult. Small spaces like the attic and crawl spaces can be very difficult for a home inspector to inspect during very high temperatures. That doesn’t mean we can’t get the job done so make sure to give us a call!