Commercial Building Inspections Dallas Tx,
Commercial Inspection Dallas Tx,
"Bringing your problems to light"
Texas Professional Inspector License #21796
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All commercial property buyers need to perform due diligence before they make a purchase commitment, and our inspectors guide them through that process. Our inspectors have engineering backgrounds and are trained to perform a thorough visual inspection of the commercial building. The inspection encompasses the building's overall condition, focusing on all the critical building components (structural, roof, electrical, plumbing, air and heating, paving, drainage, etc.), environmental factors (including air flow and insulation) and safety issues - fire and other potential hazards.
The property condition assessment (PCA) provides information needed to enter into transaction negotiations with as much power in your possession as possible. During the inspection, we will evaluate all major components and systems including:
Let the knowledge and experience of our inspectors provide advice and crucial insight to help you avoid the financial risks associated with investing in commercial property.
- HVAC - Heating Ventilation Air Conditioning
- Grading and Drainage
Our Specialties Include:
Before purchasing or leasing a commercial property it is recommended to obtain:
Check with the state, municipality, etc. to see if there are any current/pending/future building or other code, fire, zoning, occupancy, use, ADA, etc. violations attributed/attributable to the property
Copies of any available building plans, specifications, engineering/lot surveys, etc. of the property/building
Certificate of Occupancy
Leases that may apply to the property
Contact information for any and all companies that have serviced the building or its equipment (e.g. elevators, fire sprinklers, alarm systems, etc.)
Certificates and documentation (e.g. boiler inspection certificate, elevator inspection certificate, environmental assessment reports, fire alarm reports, tenant complaint logs, electrical compliance certificate, specialty equipment inspections, etc.)
Evaluation of items that are mentioned in the contract as items or systems, etc. that we will not be evaluating
We should also mention that often the states, municipalities, etc. do not require upgrades to get closer to, if not fully satisfy, code, etc. in/on some areas/items/systems until a building is sold. Thus, it may be a good idea to also ask them what they might require upon the sale of the building in question. They may later claim that they are not limited by that pre-purchase discussion as to what they may/will require once the building is sold.
You may also elect to have any number of supplemental evaluations done for the property that go beyond what we will provide in our report (evaluation by the municipality for acceptability of any change in building design, use of the property, etc. you expect to make, indoor air quality, intelligent building systems, specialty equipment, items not included in our report, appraisal of value, seismic evaluation, etc.)