• Commercial Properties:  
  • Property Inspection Report formats are sometimes altered to suit your specific needs. Most formats are under the general guidelines of the Texas Real Estate Commission.

  • Mechanical, electrical and structural inspections for warehouses, offices, restaurants, motels, apartment complexes,

    professional services buildings and retail stores and a variety of commercial operations.

    The building code used to check these properties is the International Building code and The National Electric Code.

    Special applications use additional codes for plumbing, structural, and fire protection.

    Your inspector will be very trained in all the necessary areas for a comprehensive inspection.  

    IM000836.JPG (77365 bytes)   IM000965.JPG (67911 bytes)IM000837.JPG (75370 bytes) A typical Warehouse. There are many more photos available related to past inspections. Space does not allow more in this area.

    Our inspection services cover all commercial property types, If it is a a commercial property type there is a good possibility that a similar property like it has been  inspected.

    Our Commercial Inspection is an unbiased, professional assessment of the condition of the commercial property you are considering for your business. You will get our expert professional opinion and a comprehensive report on the physical condition of the building, and the various systems in it.

    Giving you peace of mind so you can concentrate on your business instead of your building is our first priority.

    A Strictly Business inspection is a thorough and complete inspection...Therefore, the inspection process may take 3 to 5 hours or more. The actual time will depend on the size, complexity, and condition of the building, as well as what you intend to use it for and what it is/was being used for. You are more than welcome to accompany the inspector during the inspection. This will give you a chance to ask questions and become familiar with the systems in your building.

    We inspect all the structural elements and systems in the building, and operate/test everything that is possible and safe to test. (Clearly, an air conditioning system can't be tested in the winter and a heating system can't be tested in the summer, etc).

    If there is specialized machinery or equipment, then you or someone who knows how to operate it must be present if that equipment is to be tested.

    You may include or exclude anything in the building from the inspection and the report.

    Items that will typically be included in an inspection are:

    Foundation and/or basement
    Exterior, walls, siding etc...
    Water supply systems and piping, including water towers, where installed
    Fire Protection systems including sprinkler systems, if installed
    Electrical systems
    Plumbing systems
    Doors and windows
    Heating and air conditioning systems
    Any industrial machinery or equipment that will remain installed and you anticipate using can be tested, subject to safety considerations
    Additional items and systems unique to a particular business or property can also be inspected such as conveyor belts.

    You'll receive a full written report of the inspection.

    The report, which is in narrative form, will inform you of anything that might affect your purchase decision.

    Well tell you about any problems we find, and make repair recommendations. We will also tell you what repairs, if any, need to be done right away, and what can wait till later when cash flow "catches up". Well also inform you of what maintenance tasks are required to keep your new building and its systems in top condition.

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