You’re a business owner with a thousand different things on your plate. Purchasing a new commercial property is at the top of your list. You need just the right space in the right location. And once you’ve found the right building, you don’t want to skip the commercial building inspection. In fact, our team here at Inspecticore can give you three reasons why the inspection is such a necessity.
1. Protect your investment.
You, your employees, and your business depend on you making sound real-estate decisions. You want to choose a property that’s a good value but that also won’t cost you too much in repairs and ongoing maintenance. A building inspection can help you determine the overall condition of the property so you can make sound financial choices and plan ahead. Plus, you can use the inspection report in your ongoing negotiations with the seller.
2. Stay safe.
Our building inspections will help you determine whether your building is safe for you, your employees, and your customers. In addition to our basic structural and systems inspection, we can also add in specialty inspection services like an environmental assessment and fire safety inspection so that you cover all your bases before signing on the dotted line.
3. Make a plan.
Rarely do business owners love getting the inspection report, especially when it’s filled with things that need repair. However, our team wants to challenge you to look at it in a positive way. By knowing in advance what might be in need of repairs or maintenance, you can plan ahead. You won’t be surprised that the roof needs replaced or that the lighting needs updating because you knew it was coming and set aside funds for it. Having a plan will help reduce your stress and allow you to stay focused on the day-to-day details of running a business.
Want to find out more about the commercial building inspection services we provide at Inspecticore? Contact our team today at (516) 524-0673 to schedule an appointment with one of our professional building inspectors. We serve businesses in and around Nassau County and Suffolk County in New York.
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