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The acquisition of a commercial building can be stressful, sometimes involving considerable uncertainty, and often with time constraints on the decision-making process. Rest assured we are here to help. As part of the due diligence process, a property condition assessment can remove a number of the unknowns, provide you with peace of mind and greatly increases the chances of a successful transaction. It just makes good sense to know the true condition of a building you are buying.

For the past 15 years, Homeinspections123 has been helping business owners, Renters, or any other commercial building tenants make the best decision possible on the rental space or new commercial properties they are going after or currently reside in. Homeinspections123 has proprietary tools and software to better help protect these large investments. Here at home inspections 123, we want to be sure that you’re making the absolute best decision possible. We understand the importance behind the foundation that supports your company because we are also commercial building owners!

We offer a wide range of inspections for renters as well as building owners. We offer condition assessments to evaluate the current condition of the building or the condition of the building at the end of the final sale.

Types of Buildings we inspect:

• Retail Buildings and Shopping Centers
• Office Buildings (Low, Medium, High rise)
• Warehouses
• Hotels and Motels
• Multi-family Buildings (Apartments and Condos)
• Schools and Churches
• Light Industrial Facilities
• Building Owners
• Banks

Clients we serve:
• Building Owners
• Banks
• Mortgage Companies
• Insurance Companies
• Property Management Companies
• Law Firms

Exterior: This visual examination of the building’s exterior. Our inspector will check the areas surrounding the home: Driveway, sidewalks, porches, decks and patios.

Structure: Structural components, including the foundation and walls of the home, as well as other outer features, like doors, windows and steps. The inspection of the outside may uncover cracks in the foundation, rotted joists (a building’s horizontal support), or missing siding.

Roofing: The inspector will also look at the roof, its drainage systems, the chimney and the skylights. This part of the inspection will document any flaws such as missing or damaged tiles, worn-out shingles, and rusted or damaged gutters.

Plumbing: The plumbing system in a building does more than just allow you to take a shower or wash the dishes; it also removes wastewater and gases from the interior of the home. In addition to looking for leaky or corroding pipes, the inspection will examine the water supply and drainage, hot-water-heating equipment and the fuel storage system.

Electrical: From overheated wires to double taps in the main panel box, our electrical inspection evaluates the interior of service panels, the breakers and fuses, and the main disconnects. We also inspect outlets and fixtures for proper wiring.
Cooling and Heating: This portion of the inspection examines the heating ventilation and cooling (HVAC) systems. If the building has wall air conditioners or central air, our inspectors look at the cooling system’s energy source, age and condition of equipment. We also take temperature readings to determine if the system is cooling or heating properly.

Ventilation: We will examine the building insulation and mechanical or passive ventilation, searching for signs of moisture in the attic or crawl space. We are also looking for loose insulation or an attic without insulation.

Interior: Our inspection of the interiors covers all visible signs of water damage, such as water stains or damage to the ceilings, walls and floors.

Appliances: We will also check that your major appliances are functioning properly —

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