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What is a commercial building inspection?

A commercial building inspection is an evaluation conducted by a certified commercial property inspector of the major systems of the commercial property and the visible structural components. 

It involves three major components:

  • physical walk-through survey

  • review and interpretation of available documents provided by the client (e.g., previous inspection reports, building permits, code violation notices, and/or environmental studies)

  • interviews with readily available personnel (e.g., tenants, maintenance crew, etc.).

Protect your interests and your investment with comprehensive property inspection

When investing in a commercial property, you want to be sure that no faults or safety hazards go unnoticed. That is why hiring the services of reputable commercial building inspectors is a must if you wish to have the full picture before sealing the deal on the purchase. 

At Marine One Property Inspections we specialize in helping you assess the risks and costs of both commercial and high-end residential properties. Our commercial inspections are designed to provide commercial property buyers and sellers with maximum benefits by identifying issues and potential repairs with matchless precision. 

We know that investing in a commercial property is not an easy decision to make and that’s why we strive to help you avoid unnecessary risks and go through the transaction process without a hitch. 


A commercial property inspection can be conducted by one of our certified commercial property inspectors on a number of structures including: 

  • apartment complexes

  • mixed-use buildings

  • strip malls

  • restaurants

  • storage facilities

  • motels

  • office buildings

  • retail stores, etc. 

Inspection of commercial real estate will help owners and buyers in understanding operation and maintenance required and also helps provide and ensure confidence to prospective investors.


Commercial Property Inspection Checklist 

Gain confidence and leverage information. That’s what a Marine One Property commercial building inspection can allow you to do. Our baseline commercial inspections cover almost all the bases, including the following: 

  • Site characteristics (paving, landscaping, and utilities)

  • Structural frame and building envelope

  • Mechanical and electrical systems

  • Plumbing systems

  • Heating systems

  • Roofing

  • Air conditioning and ventilation systems

  • Vertical transportation (elevators, lifts, escalators)

  • Safety and fire protection

  • Interior elements

  • Probable cost estimate (opinion)

  • Document review

  • Recommendations

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