Commercial Building Inspections NJ & PA
Whether you’re investing in a commercial building or a small property, we offer a reliable commercial inspection to help you make the right decisions for your business.
We Save You Time and Money
We identify maintenance issues before your investment.
Over 20 years of industry experience.
We Take Care of Your Wallet
Before your investment, we identify the potential for repair costs so you can make wise decisions.
Experts on Commercial Property Inspection
Are you in charge of office or apartment complexes? We can help you keep up with the needs of your investment properties. General Home Inspections extend into commercial properties to ensure sound purchases with no hidden immediate expenses.
Why Contact a Licensed, Certified and Insured Inspector?
Buildings are some of our most treasured investments, and they need to be protected and kept up over time.
Don’t hesitate any longer if you know your building or commercial property needs attention, but you are not sure what needs to be done.
A licensed, certified, insured, trained Commercial Inspector can provide you with a written Inspection Report. This document reports findings of major damage from age and general maintenance issues that left unattended may cause larger issues. Plumbing, electrical, air conditioning, heating, roofing, and all parts of the space integral for operation, health, and safety are assessed and reported for you.
Don’t let your office systems fail due to age or lack of maintenance.
What to Expect With Commercial Property Inspections?
An on-site visual examination of the property’s physical condition is the first step of every commercial inspection. In some cases, a property inspector may need a team of specialty consultants to tackle a particular task.
The assessment focuses on the building’s critical systems and components, including:
- Doors, windows, and interior
- Mechanical and electrical systems
- Heating and ventilation systems
- Cooling systems
- Plumbing system
- Roof surface, drainage, and penetrations
- Exterior elements and fixtures
- The general topography of the building site
- Parking areas and sidewalks (for accessibility)
- Wood decks and balconies
- Basement, foundation, and crawlspace
- Life safety components
- Kitchen (including storage)
- Other areas specific to the property
Afterward, clients receive a report detailing the walk-through survey, documents obtained, interview results, and any third-party reports ordered as part of the inspection. It provides an inventory of the building’s major systems and components as well as an assessment of their functional and physical condition. The findings reveal the property’s strengths and potential deficiencies, including deferred maintenance.