A commercial inspection is for the client who needs to understand the condition of any size commercial building, either for the purposes of purchasing a commercial structure or knowledge of maintenance needed to be done to a structure.
This inspection includes but is not limited to:
- Exterior Structure
- Foundation System
- Roofing Material
- Interior (Floors, Walls, and Ceilings)
- Plumbing System
- Heating and Cooling System
- Cabinets and Countertops
- Appliances (if applicable)
- Compliance Reports (ADA)
- Pest and Dry Rot (P&D) Report
- Pool (if applicable)
In-depth commercial inspections will include various trade contractors inspecting their system specialty. These findings are compiled in a detailed, thorough, but easy to understand report by Superior Inspections, Inc.
The scope of a custom inspection is determined by the client. We will customize any inspection to suit the needs of the client. Often clients just need exterior inspections.
A re-inspection is a follow-up inspection of a property that has had any corrections or repairs made after the initial inspection. Additional fees may apply.
New Construction Inspection
A New Construction Inspection gives the future buyer a peace of mind. Due to familiarity, defects within specific systems or components can be overlooked by contractors.
ADA Compliance Inspection
The ADA Compliance Inspection determines whether a commercial structure is in compliance with ADA regulations.
A Draw Inspection is a custom inspection designed for the lender, public or private, on a large project. The project is inspected according to the guidelines stated by the lender to determine if a certain percentage of the project has been completed.