Certified Commercial Inspector
Let a Certified Commercial Inspector Look Before Making Purchase or Renovation Plans
Property inspection is vital before purchasing commercial property. Thanks to the size and value of most commercial structures, there are too many possibilities for hidden damage to just guessing what you might be getting into. If you don't have decades of experience at examining buildings for hidden problems yourself, it's definitely worth it to hire a certified commercial inspector for this task.
What types of things need to be inspected depend partly on the type of property in question. An apartment building, for example, has many units – and therefore, many possible points of failure. Meanwhile, a warehouse is fairly simple in comparison but is so big that if something like the roof needs to be replaced, it will have a substantial impact on the viability of the proposed deal.
A certified commercial inspector is also an important part of any major renovation plan. Most large structures need to be renovated every few years to undo accumulated damage and general wear, and a property inspection lets you know which things you should focus on. This ensures that your newly-renovated building will not only look better but that unnoticed material issues are addressed while the work is going on. Fixing them during renovations will save you from having to tear up the walls later, and therefore, save you a lot of money.
Today's commercial inspection professionals don't make you wait for your report. With All in One Inspection Advantage, you'll get a report right on site, with no delays. This lets you make the decision on your next step quickly and confidently.