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Commercial Building Inspection Chicago Illinois, Net Lease Inspections, Property Condition Assessments

Dapkus Home Inspections Inc. Commercial Property Inspections

Commercial Building Inspections in Chicago, and throughout the United States, are also referred to as Property Condition Asessments, Property Condition Reports, Physical Needs Asessments, and Walk Through Surveys, by the American Society For Testing and Materials (ASTM).

Whether you are an investor purchasing an existing building, a tenant considering the lease  of a building, or a building owner seeking to learn more about your existing property either before listing it for sale or undertaking renovations, we can provide the services you need.  Facilities such as retail space , office space, restaurants, light industrial, multi-family units, apartments, hotels, motels, senior housing, and other special purposes buildings are considered commercial units. Our Chicago Commercial Building Inspection is designed to be in accordance with the ASTM E2018 professional standard.

The inspection includes the key components of the building: roof, attic, exterior walls, interior walls, ceilings, electrical, plumbing, restrooms, floors, foundation, crawl space, basements, heating and air conditioning systems, and parking areas.

Specialty equipment such as: refrigeration units, coolers, commercial ovens, storage tanks, and special use industrial equipment are not included. However, upon request we will coordinate your inspection with other Chicago area professionals who perform these type of specialized inspections. We also offer Infrared Thermal Imaging for Energy Loss Surveys, Electrical Inspections and Flat Roof Scans.

The objective of a Chicago commercial building inspection is to provide written communication describing the issues discovered from observations made and research conducted by the inspector and that, in the inspector's opinion, are likely to be of interest to his/her client and to enhance the client's information and knowledge about the commercial property to improve decision-making for buying, selling, maintaining, or improving the property.  We put our findings in plain English for our clients to understand and are always available to answer any questions that may arise.