Commercial Building Inspection

Being unaware of the true condition of commercial property could leave you liable for unexpected and costly repairs. Don’t leave the success of your investment to chance.

Why do a commercial building inspection?

When you invest in commercial real estate it’s important to know what you’re buying. When ProConsult inspect real estate on your behalf we provide you with independent, unbiased opinion about the condition of the property. This is particularly important for commercial property buyers: if you’re aware of existing problems, you can make an educated and informed decision about the investment.

How do you perform a commercial building inspection?

The majority of commercial building inspections involve a site walk that takes in all visible elements of the property, both inside and out.

What does a commercial building inspection report include?

Our commercial building inspection report, also known as a property inspection report, is an easy-to-understand, highly detailed document that lists problem areas or areas of concern. It includes photos and other visual aids if relevant and is delivered to you within 3 days of the inspection. This report will alert you to any damage, defect or maintenance problem that may become an issue or may warrant more detailed inspection.

What's Included?

Our commercial building inspections can provide a comprehensive appraisal on the property as a whole, or we can focus on specific reports covering:

  • New Construction
  • Renovations & Extensions
  • Asbestos Detection
  • Energy Efficiency
  • Structural Integrity
  • Building Defects
  • Termite Inspection
  • Comprehensive Report Within 24hrs

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