Commercial Property Inspection
Commercial property inspections are a general overview of all major systems and components present in the building including the structure, HVAC, plumbing, electrical, exterior and interior (similar to the complete home inspection). Light commercial inspections include low-rise office complexes, apartment complexes, investment properties, restaurants, warehouses, churches, motels, resorts, and other types of buildings.
- Access to the roof is expected and necessary to complete the inspection.
- Commercial appliances, dishwashing units, and refrigeration units are excluded from commercial property inspections in restaurants and in other facilities.
- Codes and regulations for commercial kitchens in restaurants and in other facilities vary from county to county and therefore we recommended that you contact the local health inspector for compliances.
- A building manager or designated representative must be available at all times during the inspection.
- A commercial inspection agreement between the client and Big Moose Home Inspections, Inc. must be signed and returned prior to the time of the inspection. This agreement is e-mailed in advance and upon acceptance of an inspection proposal.
A comprehensive, narrative style commercial property inspection report is issued to the client within 72 hours of the conclusion of the inspection. This custom report will include digital photos and a summary page of items that require major repair or further investigation.
For more information or for a quote on a commercial property inspection, please contact us.