Commercial Property Inspection
This inspection is a full in-depth analysis of a commercial property’s visible and readily accessible areas. We’ll determine the condition of the property’s structures and installed mechanical systems, identifying any defective components that may pose safety issues, efficiency issues, or other potential problems that a prospective buyer should be aware of. Our commercial inspections could include a full in-depth analysis from our available experts in structural, electrical, HVAC, roofing, plumbing, and other trades. Commercial quotes and inspection planning are available after a free on-site consultation. We’re able to inspect commercial spaces of nearly any size.
This inspection is a comprehensive evaluation of a home’s visible and readily accessible areas in accordance with State of Oregon’s Standards and Practices, set forth in Division 8 OAR chapter 812. A carefully organized, easy-to-read, and detailed report of our findings will be available within 24 hours of the inspection. We’re available by phone 24/7 to answer any questions—if we don’t answer, just leave a voicemail and we’ll return your call as soon as possible. All multi-family residential units are limited to an inspection of 4 units max.
We inspect the following components:
- Roofing System
- Exterior and Site
- Structural Components
- Plumbing System
- Electrical System
- Heating/Central Air Conditioning
- Insulation & Ventilation
- Built-in Kitchen Appliances
We implement several tools and technologies during our inspections as necessary, all at no extra cost to you. Infrared thermography may be utilized to view the heat signatures of certain components, revealing possible leaks, electrical hotspots, or energy loss. Other tools that may be used include a moisture meter, gas detector, voltage detector, and GFCI outlet tester.
We also offer these additional services:
If you’re moving on from your current home and intend to put it on the market, we recommend scheduling this inspection first. We’ll thoroughly assess the condition of the home, informing you of any damaged or defective components that could pose safety issues and potentially deter buyers if they’re not fixed or otherwise disclosed.
New Construction Inspection
When construction is nearly complete on your new home, it may be a good idea to bring in a third-party inspector to provide an unbiased opinion of the property. We’ll arrive prior to the builder’s final walkthrough to look for signs of defective materials, unsafe construction, or anything that was simply missed by the builders up to the point of the inspection.
A Re-Inspection is highly recommended for any component that we flagged in our original home inspection. After repairs have been made, we’ll take a second look to make sure the issue was addressed correctly and completely—giving you peace of mind so that you can proceed with negotiations.
In the near future, a Radon Inspection and Sewer Scope Inspection will be available.
At Sunrise Inspection Inc, a studious and professional approach to the property inspection process is part of our DNA.
It means a lot to people to know that their investment is protected—and it means a lot to us to be in a position where we’re trusted to provide that reassurance. Contact us today to request an inspection.
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Inspector Aaron Latham