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Commercial Property Inspection

Let Over & Under Commercial Property Inspection provide the thorough inspection you expect, and a report you can rely on to make a confident decision. We will consult with you to define the scope of work of your inspection, so that your final report reflects the information you need the most.

Our inspectors are trained by the “CCPIA” Certified Commercial Property Inspectors association. We follow a comprehensive standard of practice, and take accredited continuing education courses every year which ensures that you receive a detailed and accurate inspection. We also abide by a strict code of ethics that puts your interest first.

I will Inspect your property from the top of the roof to the lowest portion of the foundation, while documenting any visible defects, compliance issues, systems at end of life and safety concerns along the way.

All Commercial building have limitations, but a comprehensive inspection will help you address issues that will impact the building from a physical standpoint and financial perspective. This information can save you thousands of dollars in the long run. Many deficiencies that we identify in our reports for clients are related to the flowing areas.


The commercial inspection includes an examination of the condition of the property. It provides an inventory of the buildings major systems and components, and an assessment of their physical and functional condition. These finding will reveal the properties strengths and potential deficiencies, as well as deferred maintenance issues.

  1. Poor Installation or Workmanship,

  2. Deferred Maintenance,

  3. Safety Hazards,

  4. Conditions that can lead to major defects,

  5. Life & Fire Safety Concerns

  6. Systems near the end of their service life.

Commercial Property Maintenance

Regardless of the size or type of a commercial property, various kinds of maintenance must be performed, including general upkeep, emergency repairs, and special inspections (such as may be directed by an insurance company). But of particular importance for preserving buildings, equipment, and the grounds is preventive (or preventative) maintenance. 

All commercial buildings require some form of maintenance to allow for their continuous use and safe operating conditions. Preventive maintenance is a form of proactive maintenance that can prolong service life expectancies and prevent equipment failure, when implemented appropriately. PM strategies also promote a reduction in overall maintenance costs, whereas reactive maintenance is typically associated with unplanned downtime and high expenditures for repair or replacement.

Most commercial facilities have more in common than not, including their common critical assets, such as plumbing, electrical, and mechanical equipment. However, certain building types have unique maintenance considerations. Some PM programs employ a team of full- or part-time personnel that takes care of a property. Other programs call for hiring a commercial property inspector to address the inspection portion of the maintenance program.

What We Inspect

The following systems and components are inspecting during our commercial building and property inspection service:

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  • Land and Site

  • Roof

  • Exterior

  • Decks and Balconies

  • Foundation and Structure

  • HVAC

  • Plumbing

  • Electrical​​

  • ​Fire Protection

  • Insulation

  • Doors

  • Windows

  • Interior

  • Storage

  • Life Safety

  • Cooking Area

Commercial Property Standards of Practice

We inspect the property according to the International Standards of Practice for Inspecting Commercial Properties. 

Commercial Standards of Practice
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