Commercial inspectors near you in the SF bay area
Commercial inspections are designed to help you assess the risks of
purchasing a property or entering into a long-term lease on a commercial
property. We inspect the entire building or only the parts you direct
us to inspect and provide detailed reporting.
Commercial Inspections will take a look at the entire building and we will work hard to give you a balanced point of view about the property and the associated risks with any issues that we may find. Our team will walk you through the property and show you areas of interest or concern and answer any questions you may have.
Commercial inspections are not meant to be technically exhaustive in relation to the specific use of the building. Additionally, specialized equipment such as equipment for manufacturing, restaurants, or other specific usages is not part of the scope of these inspections. We will examine the building’s envelope and major systems, providing you with a clearer idea of the general condition of the building.
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Why Choose Golden Gate Home Inspections?
At Golden Gate Home Inspections, we know how critical it is to choose the right home inspection company for one of the most important decisions and financial investments that you may ever make. Our job is to help ensure you have a complete understanding of the current condition of the property that you are purchasing, giving you control over the real estate transaction.
How Much Do Commercial Inspections Cost?
The price of a commercial inspection varies based on the square footage of the property,
and what’s included in the inspection. Our pricing starts at $1285 for up to 2000 sqft.
Our commercial inspections are tailored for due-diligence inspections for purchases or NNN leases that evaluate the major systems of the property and overall general conditions. We note any issues related to moisture intrusion, structural settlement, and life safety concerns. The main focus is on general habitability and noting any safety concerns.
Commercial inspections are not meant to be technically exhaustive, nor are we inspecting for past or present codes. Additionally, specialized equipment will not be inspected i.e. restaurant equipment, manufacturing equipment, or any other equipment that is not standard.
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commercial inspections are an important part of buying or leasing commercial property
What are Commercial Inspections?
Commercial inspections are a non-invasive, visual assessment of the condition of a commercial property. Commercial inspections or Due Diligence inspections are a normal part of acquiring a commercial property or entering into a long-term commercial lease. These inspections can help provide you with a sense of current maintenance or repair needs to the building as well as potential repairs that may be needed in the future. This is a useful way of clarifying your initial cost of acquisition and ongoing costs of ownership or management. A commercial inspection is conducted by a professional inspector who is trained and certified to perform commercial property inspections.
At Golden Gate Home Inspections, all of our commercial property inspectors are certified, by either InterNACHI, ASHI, or CREIA. They are trained to inspect each system of a home and are specialists in inspecting the wide variety and ages of properties in the San Francisco Bay Area.
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What does a Commercial Inspection include?
Examination of the entire roofing system including the roof coverings, flashings, drainage systems, skylights, chimneys, and roof penetrations.
Visual examination of the foundation and structural elements of the home including inspection of the crawlspace and/or basement.
Inspection of the exterior of the home including the siding, flashing, and trims; walkways, patios, and driveways; and the grounds and drainage of the property.
Plumbing System Inspection
Investigation of the home’s plumbing system including water supply and drainage lines, gas supply lines, and water heater.
Inspection of the home’s heating and cooling systems assessing the general condition and proper functionality of the systems.
Frequently Asked Questions about commercial inspections
Frequently Asked Questions
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Foundation cracking is normal in most homes. Sometimes the cracking is due to concrete shrinkage but sometimes it’s due to settling of the home or the lot itself. The cracks in this foundation would be considered minor and something to monitor over time. If this crack widens, then we would recommend contacting a structural engineer to evaluate the cause and propose suggestions for repair. If you’re concerned about the condition of your foundation, contact us to schedule a foundation inspection.
Rusted scuppers are a sign that the roof is in need of service. Rusted scuppers can allow moisture to go where it’s not intended. We recommend that all of the roof’s drainage elements be changed when you get a new roof.
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