Cost Repair Estimate Legal Clause

Repair/replacement Cost Estimate Clauses

As part of risk management, a commercial property inspector should steer clear of providing repair/replacement cost estimates as much as is practical when generating his/her report. However, sometimes that will be of the most interest to the client. There are two optimum ways for commercial inspectors to handle this. The first is to have the…

Triple-net Lease Inpections

Triple-Net Lease Inspections

What Is a Triple-Net Lease? A triple-net lease, also referred to as a net-net-net lease and NNN lease, is a lease agreement where the lessee (a single tenant) is responsible for paying the lessor (landlord) on a net-net-net basis for the following: real estate taxes; insurance; and property maintenance. Technically, the lessor owns the building…

Luxury Home or Estate Inspection

Luxury Home or Estate Inspections

Hire a Commercial Property Inspector for Luxury Home or Estate Inspections Although a luxury home or estate is still technically a residential property, these properties may be designed and built with commercial applications or contain commercial features, such as substantial square footage, multiple HVAC systems, and commercial kitchen equipment. A commercial property inspector is either…

Green Features Inspection Commercial Building

Observed Green Features Inspection for Existing Commercial Buildings

“Green” describes features, technologies and products that increase efficiency in a building’s energy and water usage, help protect the health of its occupants, and reduce the commercial property’s impact on the environment.  Green buildings are healthier, more environmentally friendly, and economically smarter than average buildings.  Green features: improve energy efficiency; reduce pollution; provide healthier air;…

Inspections for Building Accessibility

Inspections for Building Accessibility

Standard Accessibility Inspection Service for Existing Commercial Buildings Various laws around the world require public accommodations to provide goods and services to people with disabilities on an equal basis with the rest of the general public. Businesses benefit from the patronage of all people. Those who own, lease, lease out, or operate places of public…

Fire Door Inspections

Fire Door Inspection

Many buildings, including schools, high-rises, health care facilities, hospitals, churches, office buildings, factories, and warehouses are likely to have fire doors. Should a fire occur, the health, safety, and welfare of building occupants and emergency responders depend on the regular inspection of fire doors. The goal of a commercial fire door inspection is to provide…