If you’re looking at commercial property inspection Hawaii presents some unique challenges your inspection service must be qualified to take on. Hawaii -- and Oahu in particular -- has a wide range of building styles that an inspector must be familiar with, and the tropical climate and high population density in urban areas can make it tough to take good care of a property, especially one that may or may not be climate controlled.
Given the prices generally associated with commercial properties in a real estate market that’s already pricey, a commercial property is almost certainly a major investment you want to be confident in. So when you need commercial property inspected prior to a real estate transaction, you’ll need all the same services that an average homebuyer would, plus some. That means looking beyond prompt reporting and friendly, professional service.
So what should you be looking for in a commercial property inspection that you might not need in a standard home inspection? At Inspect Hawaii, we believe the best approach is bringing in specialists to make sure you get a thorough picture of what’s going on in the commercial property you’re considering. We put together a team that might include structural engineers; heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) specialists; environmental specialists; fire safety specialists; electrical and plumbing specialists; elevator specialists; roof specialists; paving specialists; and termite or other pest specialists. We’ll make sure you get detailed reports on each and every aspect that might be cause for concern.
And, of course, you should also keep in mind that commercial inspections may be a good idea if you’re selling a commercial property, as well. That way you won’t have any surprises during the sale and can be confident that maintenance or safety issues won’t end up sinking a deal late in the process.