Commercial Inspection Scope

By A Certified Professional Commercial Building Inspector

Our commercial inspections are fully customizable and we have the commercial inspection services to take on all projects. If you are in need, Pintler Property Services can advise on tailoring a commercial property inspection to fit your needs and your budget.  All of our inspections are performed by a Certified Commercial Building Inspector.

The main inspection options are listed below, while additional inspection services are described on the next tab.

Most Commercial Inspections Include the Following (Base Inspection):

  • Site Utilities, Paving & Drainage
  • Frame, Structure, and Building Envelope
  • Roof Covering and Structure
  • Mechanical & Electrical Systems
  • Plumbing Systems
  • Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning
  • Life Safety & Fire Protection
  • Interior Elements and Finishes
  • Exterior Elements and Finishes

Limited Inspection:
You choose what we inspect. Choose as few or as many parts of the property you would like us to inspect.

Other Commercial Inspections We Offer:

MEP Inspections (Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing)
Detailed inspections of mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems to ensure they meet safety and regulatory standards. Inspection professionals conduct a thorough examination of each system, checking for compliance with relevant codes and standards. They assess functionality, safety features, and identify any issues that may require attention or maintenance.

Triple-Net Lease Inspections
Inspections performed to ensure compliance with the terms of a triple-net lease, where tenants bear additional responsibilities for property expenses. Inspection professionals verify that tenants fulfill their obligations as outlined in the lease agreement. This may include ensuring proper maintenance of the property and compliance with lease terms related to repairs and improvements.

Yearly Maintenance Inspections
Regular inspections to assess the ongoing maintenance needs of a property and identify any issues that might require attention. Scheduled periodic visits are conducted to ensure that the property is well-maintained. Inspection professionals identify maintenance needs, potential wear and tear, and any issues that may arise in the future. Recommendations for preventive maintenance are often provided.

Thermal Imaging Inspections
Use of thermal imaging technology to identify variations in temperature and detect issues such as insulation gaps, water leaks, or electrical problems. Inspection professionals use thermal cameras to conduct non-intrusive inspections, identifying potential problems not visible to the naked eye. This includes scanning for heat anomalies that may indicate insulation issues, moisture intrusion, or electrical problems.

National Standards For The Physical Inspection of Real Estate (NSPIRE) Inspections
NSPIRE evaluations focus on performance-based inspections, emphasizing the quality of life for residents and the overall condition of the property. Our team evaluates key areas such as health and safety, structural integrity, and environmental factors to provide a comprehensive assessment.

HUD Inspections
Our HUD inspections adhere to stringent guidelines set by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. We conduct detailed examinations to verify compliance with HUD standards, ensuring that your property meets all necessary requirements for federal assistance programs.

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We Value Your Privacy

Your privacy is important to us. We do not discuss our client’s private property or personal matters with others. Your property is for your enjoyment and we want to keep it that way. We are accustomed to non-disclosure agreements and will use them if requested.