If you are thinking of purchasing a commercial property, you want to be sure that it is of sound condition and that you know all of the current and future problems that may occur in the property. The best way to do this is with a commercial building inspection. Here’s what you need to know.
A commercial building inspection is an inspection done to determine the condition of a commercial property. It is generally done before you buy the property. It is important that this inspection is done as there are many more things to look at with a commercial property than a standard residential dwelling. Things that are looked at in the inspection include but are not limited to plumbing, wiring, mechanical components (e.g. lifts, air conditioning), drainage, car parks, structural condition of walls, flooring, and roof, stairways, and so forth.
The inspector can also include estimated repair or maintenance costs if you wish.
A commercial building inspection can be done by a registered commercial builder, a structural engineer, a building consultant or a building inspector. You need to ensure that the professional has solid experience with inspecting commercial buildings and that they are correctly licensed and insured.
Commercial building inspections and the subsequent reports generated comply with all relevant building codes and Australian Standards. Make sure that the report that you are given after the inspection is clear and easy to understand.
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