building inspectionsCommercial Inspections Done Right the First Time

There are few inspection companies that do commercial and residential inspections and the two should be treated as two completely different things. Understanding the variance between a residential and commercial inspection is important.

When inspecting a commercial or industrial property the most important consideration before purchasing is making sure that the building is sound and stable. Unlike residential property inspection, things such as revenue generated from the property’s location is considered, physical aspects of the building are examined and safety standards are scrutinized to ensure the property is up to code.

Grush Inspections provides specialty inspection reports on building systems such as HVAC, roofing, structure, sewer, and pest. The main goal in a commercial inspection is to provide the potential new owner of the building the information they need to enter into the transaction with as much knowledge about the property as possible.

Due Diligence

When dealing with commercial properties the assessment of value is completely different from residential inspections. Value is determined in direct proportion to the amount of risk inherent of the building in question. The most important aspect of due diligence is the verification process. Grush Inspections’ high standards of service and support before during and after your inspection starts in the contract negotiation.

Grush Inspections will leave no stone unturned and ensure that your property’s inspection will go beyond the physical aspects of the building. We will go over every document that concerns your building and will give you the tools and information to make an informed decision before purchasing.

signing a contract

The process of due diligence begins after signing the initial contract for your commercial property, allotting a 45 – 60-day period where you and your broker will hire an inspection agency to identify every possible issue in the property. This is the most important part of the transaction and should be treated as such. If problems are found in the structure of the building, within the mechanicals such as the sprinkler systems, HVAC, plumbing and electrical, or the roof system, you are then left to make the decision to move forward with the purchase or renegotiate the price of the property.

Take Out the Guesswork

Commercial inspections take the guesswork out of property ownership, control the risk of moving forward with the purchase process, and we’ll provide you with a verbal and physical summary and report of the conditions found.

Grush Inspections has decades of combined experience in residential and commercial inspections as Nevada licensed Master, General, Residential and Principal Pest Inspectors. Our reports are delivered the next business day and offer clear, easy-to-read write-ups with annotated photos so there is no confusion as to what was found.

Who you choose as an inspector is an important decision – we’re confident that we can earn your business and keep you as a longtime partner. Contact Grush Inspections today to schedule an appointment.