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A professional you can trust

Not just any inspector can properly inspect a commercial property. Properties such as buildings with residential units operated for profit, mixed-use buildings, strip malls, motels, factories, storage facilities, restaurants and office buildings have their own set of challenges. 

You want an inspector that works for you that can help you look out for your interests and help you assess your building. You want someone who is familiar with commercial buildings and their systems. You want someone who is going to take your priorities and plans into account, to help you make good decisions. Most of all, you want someone experienced with commercial properties. Home Inspector MD conducts Construction Building Inspections for commercial properties regularly, and is familiar with the commercial property environment. 

Commercial Property Inspections for Property Purchase

Home Inspector MD provides a wide range of Commercial Inspection Services, tailored to our clients needs. Commercial Property Inspection is a separate and unique type of inspection suitable for commercial property investors and lessees.

Similar to a It is important when purchasing or leasing a commercial property that our clients receive the evaluation services needed to make an informed choice regarding the condition of a potential commercial site. 

The basis for all of our commercial inspections is the InterNACHI Commercial Inspection Standards which provide a comprehensive standard of assessment for evaluation of the commercial space.


Home Inspector MD has cultivated relationships with high quality commercial systems experts to allow us to provide more in-depth evaluation if a client should desire. For instance, consultation with a structural engineer, evaluation of elevator systems, commercial roofing, commercial HVAC systems, compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, commercial food preparation equipment, lead paint testing, asbestos testing, and many other specialty systems and inspections can be arranged in conjunction with a Commercial Property Inspection.

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Seven year Due Diligence Commercial Property Inspection

One of the most neglected inspections is the Due Diligence Commercial Property Inspection.  Just like a Commercial Property Inspection for property purchase, the Due Diligence inspection is a vital part of managing your commercial property. Able to identify potential problems before they become major issues, this once every seven year inspection, is vital to assessing the ongoing status of your building and can save you thousands by identifying problems early. 

This inspection allows you to assess the risk that your property poses to your bottom line, and helps ensure that your business stays profitable in the long term. If any major issues are going arise, early knowledge can help you budget for repairs so you can spread your costs out over multiple months or quarters.

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Commercial Inspection

Items to consider adding to your inspection scope
  • documentation review including: maintenance logs, permits, drawings, or anything else that can be provided;

  • green building report

  • ADA Accessibility report

  • roof, vents, flashing's and trim

  • gutters and downspouts

  • skylight, chimney, and other roof penetrations

  • decks, stoops, porches, walkways and railings

  • eaves, soffits and fascia

  • grading and drainage

  • basement, foundation and crawlspace

  • water penetration and foundation movement

  • heating system

  • cooling system

  • main water shut-off valve

  • water heating system

  • interior plumbing fixtures and faucets

  • drainage sump pumps with accessible floats

  • electrical service line and meter box

  • main disconnect and service amperage

  • electrical panel(s), breakers and fuses

  • grounding and bonding

  • GFCIs and AFCIs

  • fireplace damper door and hearth

  • insulation and ventilation

  • garage doors, safety sensors and openers

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