Commercial Property Inspections
Whether you own, are about to lease, or, are purchasing a building, don’t wait to find out what condition the building’s systems & components are in. Chances are you’ve either already made a large investment or you’re about to…and if you didn’t have the building inspected first, you may have to dig further into your pocket.
Why choose Pacific Crest Inspections?
We are committed to serving our customers needs with a complete commercial inspection. You can rest assured with your inspection knowing we have years of experience, both commercial and residential inspections. Pacific Crest Inspections offers many extras including our free maintenance tips, flexible appointments & courteous service. Don’t forget we are licensed, bonded and insured for additional peace of mind. The combination of experience, continuing education, professional memberships and licenses allows an inspection that will meet or exceed the standards set by the inspection industry.
Do I have to be there?
It’s not necessary for you to be present for your inspection, but it will be beneficial if you choose to follow our inspector. Observe and ask questions. You will learn about our property and receive many maintenance tips to help you in the future.
What Is The Cost?
The cost of the inspection will vary with the size and structure of your property. Fees are based on the total square footage. Call us for a firm quote prior to the inspection. Payment is due at the time of the inspection. The inspection fee includes an itemized report and a verbal summary. The inspector will I also provide you with maintenance tips and will take photos of any areas of concern.
What’s Included in commercial inspections?
EXTERIOR ~ Grading, drainage and walls next to building, wall coverings, decks, porches, steps, patios, roof covering, parking, and A.D.A.
STRUCTURE ~ From the foundation to the roof.
GARAGE ~ Structure, wall and roof coverings, doors, electrical, automatic openers and fire-wall separations.
PLUMBING ~ Interior water supply and waste disposal systems.
HVAC ~ Heating & cooling systems and distribution, heat sources, exterior condition of chimneys.
ELECTRICAL ~ Wiring and fixtures inside and outside of building, all panel boxes, and a representative number of
accessible receptacles and switches.
INTERIOR ~ Walls, ceilings, floors, windows, cabinets, counters, and stairs. (not for cosmetic conditions.)
INSULATION and VENTILATION ~Type and amount of insulation and means of ventilation.
Optional Phase One Environmental Site Assessment – We do interviews, review site records, and a physical inspection looking for environmental issues.
The end result will be a complete comprehensive inspection outlining physical deficiencies, issues to remedy and a detailed narrative report with photos. Your report is available in digital or printed format.