UniSPEC performs commercial building inspections for a variety of clients on a wide range of property types. Inspections range from property condition assessments (PCAs) in accordance with ASTM E2018 Standards to inspections tailored to a client’s specific needs.
Common types of commercial inspections include the following:
- Prepurchase for buyers
- Pre- and post-lease for landlords or tenants
- Draw inspections on new construction
- Site review, prepurchase or preconstruction
Types of commercial buildings inspected include the following:
- Apartment buildings
- Office buildings
- Strip malls
- Convenience stores
- Unusual: ranches, bed-and-breakfast inns, small aircraft hangers
Types of commercial clients include the following:
- Owner occupants
- Insurance companies
- Mortgage companies
- Tenants, for pre- and post-lease
- Property management companies
- Field service companies
- Architects, engineers and construction project managers
UniSPEC commercial building inspectors can provide you with a professional bid to perform a thorough visual assessment of your commercial property. Options are generally provided as part of the bid package, giving you the freedom to choose the scope of work.
ASTM E2018 Standards
ASTM is a recognized leader in the development and delivery of international voluntary consensus standards. UniSPEC’s commercial inspections are designed in general accordance with ASTM E2018 professional standards and can be customized to meet your particular needs.
UniSPEC understands the importance of timely scheduling, efficient turnaround and effective communication with property owners, brokers and managers. UniSPEC will work with you to schedule an inspection promptly to meet your needs and deadlines.
Upon completion of the inspection, your UniSPEC inspector will present to you a report of all significant findings regarding the following:
- Heating/cooling system
- Electrical systems
- Drive/parking areas
- Lot and grounds
Few properties are in perfect condition. Like used cars, older properties require maintenance and repair over time. An inspection can inform you about areas of concern, improve your negotiating position and provide you with an assessment of the property’s current condition for future reference.