Standard Accessibility Inspection Agreement

Use the following agreement prior to performing the inspection. If you’re offering this service in conjunction with a standard commercial property inspection, refer to numbers 3 and 4 of the agreement below, which address the restrictions of a standard accessibility inspection. Download Word Doc Additional Commercial Inspector Resources: Standard Accessibility Inspection Report for Existing Commercial…

Accessibility Inspection Pre-Inspection Questionnaire

Similar to any other commercial property inspection, research should be conducted prior to the walk-through survey. CCPIA has a custom Accessibility Pre-Inspection Questionnaire for members to use below. It includes sample questions for inspectors to pose to the person(s) with the most knowledge of the property, as identified by your client (typically, the building’s owner,…

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 Sample Letter for Inspectors

There is great opportunity for triple-net lease clients to become a regular stream of revenue for inspectors and their team of consultants. After performing a triple-net lease inspection for a building owner, lessor, or lessee inspectors should consider discussing the benefits of them having a visual inspection of property performed periodically or at the end…

Pre-Inspection Questionnaire

The Pre-Inspection Questionnaire includes sample questions for inspectors to pose to the person(s) with the most knowledge of the property, as identified by your client (typically, the building’s owner, manager, client or tenant). Depending on how your client would like to handle the research portion of the inspection and who the person with the most…

International Standards of Practice for Inspecting Commercial Fire Doors

16.1  About These Standards for Inspecting Commercial Fire Doors Many buildings, including schools, high-rises, healthcare facilities, 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. 16.2  Purpose The purpose…

Professional Services Contract (between Inspector and Specialty Consultant)

CCPIA’s Professional Services Contract (between Inspector and Specialty Consultant) is an agreement many CCPIA members use as the basis for their own contracts with clients. It is designed to work hand-in-hand with the International Standards of Practice for Inspecting Commercial Properties. Additional Commercial Inspector Resources: Performing Commercial Inspections Repair/replacement Cost Estimate Clause Creating a Team…

Independent Contractor Agreement

CCPIA’s Independent Contractor Agreement is an agreement that many CCPIA members use to hire an independent contractor. It is designed to work hand-in-hand with the International Standards of Practice for Inspecting Commercial Properties (ComSOP). Before hiring an independent contractor, read the following CCPIA articles: Hiring Independent Contractors Creating a Team of Expert Consultants For Your Commercial Inspection…

 International Phase I Standards of Practice for Inspecting Fireplaces and Chimneys

17.1  About These Standards for Inspecting Fireplaces and Chimneys Although this Standard applies to both commercial and residential fireplaces and chimneys, it exceeds the requirements of both InterNACHI-CCPIA’s Commercial and Residential Standards of Practices. The inspection shall include examination of readily accessible and visible portions of solid-fuel-burning, low-heat fireplaces and chimneys. 17.2  Purpose The purpose of this document is to establish…