Preparing for Your AmeriSpec Commercial Property Inspection
Prior to the Inspection
Prepare a list of questions or concerns about the property and provide them to the inspection company in advance. For example, if you have you seen mold in a commercial building or property, add this to your list. This will help ensure that such matters are addressed and that any special arrangements can be made. Real estate agents should instruct sellers to ensure all areas are accessible to the inspector. For example, if access to any rooms is blocked by furniture or other items, access should be cleared for the inspection.
During the Inspection
If you’re a buyer, it’s especially important to be present during the inspection. By accompanying the inspector, you’ll have the opportunity to:
- See firsthand the condition of key components throughout the property, giving you a better understanding of the property and the resulting inspection report.
- Help ease concerns about findings that may appear serious on paper but are in fact superficial.
- Learn about the operation of the new property. The inspector can point out maintenance needs and procedures and explain how and when to check items that need periodic monitoring.
- Have your questions and concerns addressed immediately as they arise.
After the Inspection
Read your AmeriSpec commercial inspection report thoroughly. If you have concerns or need clarification—no matter how minor the issue—please do not hesitate to call your inspector. Our AmeriSpec inspectors will help put your mind at ease.
Whether or not you choose AmeriSpec Commercial Inspection Services, please be sure to use a qualified, trained professional to inspect your commercial property. A commercial property purchase is a major investment, and you deserve confidence in your financial decision.