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Commercial Property Inspection

We provide Commercial Property Inspections and Property Condition Assessments (PCAs) in conformance with ASTM E-2018-15. We also provide recommendations for maintenance, repair, component replacement, and cost estimates. The scope and limitations of inspections can be tailored to meet any need. PCAs are visual inspections with written and photographic documentation and compilation of findings in a formal written report.

Types of structures we inspect include:

  • Office and retail buildings
  • Apartment and multi-family buildings
  • Strip Malls
  • Motels
  • Industrial buildings
  • Multi-use buildings

A typical inspection for a home buyer includes:

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EXTERIOR
  • Siding
  • Foundation
  • Walls
  • Roofing
  • Trim and Eaves
  • Decks/Porches/Patios
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INTERIOR
  • Basement/Crawl Spaces
  • Attic
  • Interior Walls
  • Appliances
  • Fireplaces
  • Outlets
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SYSTEMS
  • Plumbing
  • Heating and Cooling
  • Ventilation System
  • Air Quality
  • Electrical

Our Property Condition Assessments and Commercial Property Inspections are an important building block in your commercial real estate transaction. A pre-purchase inspection provides appropriate due diligence for real estate transactions to investors, owners, lenders, attorneys, and property managers. The goal of the Property Condition Assessment or Commercial Property Inspection is to identify liabilities and potential expenditures. Our certified and experienced commercial inspectors have the knowledge and expertise to provide clients the information they need in order to make appropriate and informed decisions.

Do I need a Property Condition Assessment or a Commercial Property Inspection?

Typically utilized for larger commercial properties such as industrial buildings, apartment complexes, medical facilities, warehouses, hotels, etc. or when required by a lender, a Property Condition Assessment is “financially focused”. The Property Condition Report (PCR) provides both immediate and long-term expenditure estimates for major building components and systems. It also addresses major areas of deferred maintenance, such as recoating the roof, parking lot sealing, etc. It is more high-level in the sense that the focus is on the overall condition and finances needed to maintain the property.

A Commercial Property Inspection is best suited for smaller commercial buildings such as storefronts, mixed-use buildings, medical & dental offices, and smaller apartment complexes. The inspection and resulting report do not include costs, but instead focus on a detailed evaluation of needed repairs.

Whereas the Property Condition Report is often required by lenders because of the focus on financial impact, the Commercial Property Inspection focuses on safety, defects, and minor maintenance items.

Unlike other home inspectors, Liberty Inspection Group performs a thorough examination of more than just your homes’s structural integrity and system function. We also evaluate how the systems are working together and offer recommendations for maintaining value of the home.

At the conclusion of a property inspection, you will receive a full report, which includes an easy-to-use summary. View our Sample Home Inspection Report.

Feel free to join us during the inspection so you can better understand the systems in your home. That way, you’ll have a full understanding of areas that need maintenance.

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