Commercial Building Inspections

Yes, we do commercial inspections

Charlotte County AirportAccredited Building Consultants has served the commercial real estate owner, investor, and broker community throughout the Southwest Florida area for over 18 years. Using the Commercial Properties Standards of Practice (SOP) establish by the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI) . Accredited Building Consultants can provide you, the client, a report on the conditions of the subject property.

Whether you are an investor purchasing an existing building, a tenant considering the lease of a building, a building owner seeking to learn more about your existing property either before listing it for sale or undertaking renovations, Accredited Building Consultants, can provide the services you need rapidly and effectively at a very competitive rate.

Pre-Purchase, Due Diligence

Heavy IndustrialThe purchase of property can always be a demanding experience, one filled with ambiguity and further enhanced by judicious time constraints. A commercial building inspection can help eliminate many of the unknown variables providing important information to the buyer, minimizing the unidentified, but offering a clear, concise picture of the total cost of ownership.

Pre-Lease Due Diligence/Post-Release Verification

Inspection of the property prior to entering the lease agreement can benefit both owner and tenant by documenting and communicating the physical property conditions present at the beginning of the lease. Later, inspection of the property at the expiration of the lease can help to verify the tenant has properly maintained the facility in accordance with the terms of the lease agreement.

Pre-Inspection Walk-Through

IndustrialWhen possible, and in order to serve you the client better we prefer to perform a walk-through survey prior to the formal inspection to allow us to visually observe the subject property, gather information and note items of interest. It would be the client’s responsibility to arrange for the inspector to receive timely access to the subject property for the walk-through survey portion of the inspection, and access to all documents and interviewees needed for the research portion of the inspection. This would provide the inspector insight into previous defects and deficiencies and maintenance records. It is expected that the inspector will perform only one walk through survey per inspection report.

Inspection

Pre-SchoolsAccredited Building Consultants, Commercial Building Inspections are conducted using the Standards of Practice (SOP) establish by the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI) . The objective of an inspection is to provide a written communication describing the issues discovered from observations made in research conducted by the inspector and that, in the inspector's opinion, are likely to be of interest to his or 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.All inspections shall be performed by a State of Florida Licensed Building Contractor and Licensed Building Inspector.

Varying Levels of Due Diligence

Banks & Office spaceThe Standards of Practice are designed as a baseline from which the inspector and client can develop and agree to a Scope of Work that may deviate from the standards, depending on the budget, time constraints, purpose of the inspection, age of the subject property, and risk tolerance of the client.The level of due diligence should be set where the cost, and time and money, of acquiring information about the subject property will not likely exceed the value of that information. Therefore, an inspection performed in accordance with this standard will not be technically exhaustive.

Subjectivity/Warranty/Guarantee or Insurance Policy

Professional OfficesThe client should understand that the inspection report is, to a large degree, the subjective opinions of the inspector, based on his or her observations and research within the limits of access, time, budget, and without the aid of special equipment or meters. It is also without the dismantling, probing, testing or troubleshooting, and without detailed knowledge of the commercial property, its components, or its systems. The inspection report is not much more than a subjective professional opinion. The inspector is not practicing architecture or engineering services. The inspection is not a warranty, and the inspection report is merely the written communication of the inspector subjective opinion on the condition of the subject property at the time of the inspection.

Ancillary Inspections/Specialized Services

RetailThe vast majority of our work is conducted in the house. At times certain circumstances and requestes by the client may necessitate the need to facilitate a coordinated TEAM approach. Accredited Building Consultants is able to gather professionals to meet the specific needs of each client, including but not limited to those with the following areas of expertise:

  • Structural engineers.
  • HVAC (Heating, Ventilation and Air-Conditioning Specialists and or Indoor Air Quality Specialist).
  • Electricians.
  • Fire Protection and Fire Alarms Specialists.
  • Elevator Technician.
  • Roof Covering Specialist.
  • PestControl Specialist.
  • Thermal Imaging.
  • Energy Consultants.
  • Radon and Mold Specialist.
  • Medical and AHCA (Florida Agency for Healthcare Administration)specialist.
  • Accredited Building Consultants Fees

    Light IndustrialOur fees are based on a number of factors and are exclusive for each project. Factors used to determine the fee include but are not limited to:

  • Size, type and age of building to be inspected
  • The scope of work defined by the client
  • Client selection of ancillary services.

A sample report can be seen by visiting Sample Reports Page by clicking (here)

All of the building photographs on this web site were inspected by Accredited Building Consultants, Inc.

For the full range of commercial building inspections in Southwest Florida, call 239-936-7579 or simply [Order an Inspection] on-line.

Coverage Area

Lee County Inspections
- Fort Myers Building Inspection
- Cape Coral Building Inspections
- Sanibel Building Inspections
- Estero Building Inspections
- Captiva Island Inspections
- San Carlos Building Inspections

Collier County Inspections
- Naples Building Inspection
- Marco Island Inspections
- Pine Ridge Building Inspections

Charlotte County
- Port Charlotte Inspections
- Punta Gorda Inspections
- Rotunda Building Inspections

Broward County Inspections
- Miromar FL Building Inspections

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Coverage Area

Lee County Inspections
- Fort Myers Home Inspection
- Cape Coral Home Inspections
- Sanibel Home Inspections
- Estero Home Inspections
- Captiva Island Inspections
- San Carlos Home Inspections

Collier County Inspections
- Naples Home Inspection
- Marco Island Inspections
- Pine Ridge Home Inspections

Charlotte County
- Port Charlotte Inspections
- Punta Gorda Inspections
- Rotunda Home Inspections

Broward County Inspections
- Miromar FL Home Inspections

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