Professional Commercial Property Inspection Services in Colorado Springs & Beyond!
Whether you’re investing in a sprawling commercial campus or a smaller, double-unit building, an inspection is crucial for identifying immediate and deferred maintenance repairs. A commercial property inspection from Pine Breeze Inspections includes an evaluation of every
major system inside and outside the business. Any system that is visible and accessible will have a comprehensive review.
You can expect an inspection of the following:
- Structure and Foundation.
- Furnaces in Heating Season.
- Electrical Systems.
- Air Conditioning in Cooling Season.
- Plumbing Systems.
- Plumbing Fixtures in Kitchens and Baths.
- Roofs and Attics.
- Water Heaters.
- Basements and Crawl Spaces.
- A Representative Sampling of Lights and Receptacles.
- Gutters and Drainage.
- A Representative Sampling of Windows and Doors.
- Walls, Floors and Ceilings.
- Built-in Appliances.
- Property and Site.
- Porches and Decks.
Contact the certified home inspectors at PineBreeze Inspections today to schedule your comprehensive builder warranty inspection. A PineBreeze Inspection offers a comprehensive, full-service option for property owners. These types of assessments often encompass pre-purchase, pre-lease or post-lease inspections. Our inspectors don’t just evaluate buildings, they explain and answer questions about them. They tell our clients what they need to know about the buildings they are purchasing and what to do to maintain their buildings properly in the future.
Many things are taken into consideration when deciding upon a commercial property: its location, size, and parking situation are just a few. But one of the most important things to keep in mind is the potential for repair costs. A roof in need of replacement or a defective HVAC unit could drastically increase your overall investment, which is why a pre-purchase inspection is essential. A comprehensive Pine Breeze real estate inspection will complete your due diligence so you can make an informed decision regarding your acquisition of a commercial property.
Pre- and Post-Lease Inspections for Landlords and Tenants
Long-term leases may hold tenants responsible for many or all repairs to their unit. Prior to signing a long-term lease, a tenant has the right to know whether the building is in need of major repairs such as a new roof or an upgraded electrical service. At the end of their lease, a tenant should order a commercial inspection to document the condition of their unit at the time of vacancy. Likewise, landlords often rely on commercial building inspections prior to tenant occupancy and after tenant vacancy. This unbiased commercial inspection provides document proof of any and all resident damages, determining potential repair costs or eligibility for a deposit refund.
No Building is too Large or Small
When purchasing a new commercial property or maintaining your current property, much of your success comes down to the accuracy of the inspection. Make sure that the commercial building inspector you choose has the experience, knowledge, and qualifications to spot expensive and/or hazardous issues before you become responsible for them. That’s why you can trust our certified master inspector to overlook any commercial property!
- Apartment buildings.
- Shopping centers.
- Factories Flex Spaces.
- Office buildings.
- Gas stations -Country clubs.
- Strip Malls.
- Industrial plants.
- Multiple building complexes.
Our Commercial Property Assessments
Our professional inspectors focus on the overall condition of the property and look for items of concern that will likely affect the cost of operation of the building, restrict your intended use, or perhaps expose you to expensive upgrades to comply with the latest building codes if you make improvements to the property.
A Pine Breeze commercial building inspection includes a complete and comprehensive visual inspection of the building’s construction from top to bottom and investigates the following:
- Roof condition and life expectancy.
- Structural and exterior walls.
- Foundation and concrete slabs.
- ADA accessibility, Fire and Life Safety Code Compliance.
- Electrical panels and wiring.
- Plumbing fixtures and piping.
- Air conditioning equipment & ductwork.
- Elevators, stairs, entrances and exits.
- Existing tenant improvements.
- Walkways, parking & drives.
- Landscape, irrigation system, site grading & drainage.
Schedule Your Total Home Inspection in Colorado Springs
A commercial property inspection is an absolute must for both property buyers and property sellers. Please contact us today to book your inspection and learn about the home you are looking to purchase. We will get back to you right away. Our team is eager to help you through your inspection in Colorado Springs and beyond. Contact Us today for your Commercial Property Inspection.