A lot can go wrong while you are away or in-between tenants. A vacant building inspection is designed to keep you apprised of what is happening at your vacant, abandoned, or partially occupied property and alert you to anything that might require immediate action. This inspection is useful for absentee owners, abandoned buildings, vacation homes, and properties that are rented out.
Vacant property can be negatively affected by:
- plumbing leaks;
- roof leaks;
- HVAC failure;
- water intrusion;
- squatters; and
Vacant Building inspection, Do I Need One?
Yes, a commercial property inspection should be performed on all vacant properties or abandoned buildings. The frequency of an inspection (weekly, monthly quarterly, etc.) will vary depending on the building’s current condition, geography, and environment. Even commercial properties that are turn-key or located in the safest places will experience complications ranging from various safety hazards or become a shelter for criminal activity. Additionally, some legislation, insurance policies and lenders require vacant properties or abandoned buildings to be periodically inspected.
Types of Inspection Services
- Exterior Inspection
- Interior Inspection
- Insurance Compliance Inspection
- Mortgage Field Inspection
- Recurring/Periodic Inspection
- Visual Inspection
Vacant Building Inspection with Commercial Property Inspections of Atlanta
Regardless of the scope of the inspection ordered, the commercial inspection report will describe physical deficiencies that could potentially create the need for an expensive repair and/or risk the safety of building’s occupants. Every commercial property inspection project is different. Contact us to discuss the specific needs for your project, and learn more about commercial building inspections and how to prepare for a commercial property inspection.
Keep in mind, a commercial property inspection will pay for itself many, many times over. It is crucial when assessing the strength and long-term viability of a capital asset.