Commerical Inspections

Commercial Inspections Property Condition Assessment (PCA)

The purpose of the (PCA) Property Condition Assessment inspection is to obtain a third-party unbiased property inspection report to identify safety hazards, deferred maintenance issues or system defects regarding electrical, roofing, plumbing, HVAC and foundation systems.

Our CREIA Certified Inspectors are trained to visually assess components and systems in most types of commercial buildings such as:

  • Apartment Buildings
  • Office Buildings
  • Strip Shopping Centers
  • Light Industrial Buildings
  • Rental Properties
  • Warehouses
Home Inspection Authority Southern California Residential & Commerical Inspections

Commercial Inspection Authority can tailor the scope and objective of a commercial real estate inspection to meet each client’s need. The scope of the commercial building inspection is most commonly a comprehensive visual inspection to determine the property’s condition, documented in a written comprehensive report delivered in a emailed PDF file. The objective of the inspection is normally to obtain a third-party and unbiased property inspection to identify deferred maintenance issues, such as roof and water intrusion, as well as deficiencies with structural and basic operational components of the building, such as HVAC, electrical/lighting and plumbing.

  • Prepurchase Inspections

    Once you determine that you like a commercial building and its location, and whether it has enough usable square footage and ample parking. A comprehensive commercial real estate inspection will help complete your due diligence so you can make an informed decision regarding a commercial property purchase.

  • Pre- and post-lease Inspections

    For landlords or tenants. Long-term leases may hold the tenant responsible for many or all repairs to the building. Prior to signing a long-term lease, a tenant should know whether the building needs a new roof, requires upgraded electrical service, etc. Likewise, at the end of a long-term lease, tenants might consider performing a commercial building inspection to document the condition of the building as they left it. A building owner may want an unbiased commercial property inspection before a tenant takes possession of the building and again after the tenant vacates the building.

  • Prelisting Inspections

    Many sellers anticipate that a prospective buyer will demand a commercial real estate inspection. A prelisting inspection can determine what repairs need to be completed in advance and streamline the sales process.