A building’s exterior doesn’t just include its outer walls; it also includes parking lots or structures, landscaping and roofing. We will determine whether the building is structurally sound and highlight any necessary repair costs of any necessary repairs to be taken.
Commercial building inspectors review many documents during the inspection process. They may review appraisals, building plans, citations, certificates of occupancy, construction permits, evacuation plans, environmental studies, fire safety system records, floor plans, maintenance records and surveys.
This portion of the inspection serves two purposes: to check that interior spaces meet local building codes, and to check for safety-related risks and hazards. The inspector will observe the building’s roof structure, walls, floors, bathrooms, offices, kitchen spaces and similar areas.