QUALITY HOME INSPECTIONS INC. LIC # HI-10453
8833 N.W. 53rd Street, Suite 450
info@quality1homeinspections.com

COMMERCIAL BUILDING INSPECTION REPORT SAMPLE MIAMI HOMESTEAD

Our objective is simple – We make a thorough evaluation of the property from an investor’s perspective and limit the costs of this initial inspection to an affordable fixed price. COMMERCIAL BUILDING INSPECTION REPORT SAMPLE MIAMI HOMESTEAD

COMMERCIAL BUILDING INSPECTION REPORT SAMPLE MIAMI HOMESTEAD
COMMERCIAL BUILDING INSPECTION REPORT SAMPLE MIAMI HOMESTEAD
All Commercial Building Inspections are performed by a licensed Professional Engineer. We have over 25 years of experience in Facilities Engineering and Management of Commercial and Industrial Property. COMMERCIAL BUILDING INSPECTION REPORT SAMPLE MIAMI HOMESTEAD

We focus on the overall condition of the property and look for items of concern that will likely affect the cost of operation of the building, restrict your intended use, or perhaps expose you to expensive upgrades to comply with the latest building codes if you make improvements to the property. COMMERCIAL BUILDING INSPECTION REPORT SAMPLE MIAMI HOMESTEAD
After this initial evaluation you will be able to make an informed decision of whether you want to continue your pursuit of the subject property or abandon the deal and move on to another alternative property. COMMERCIAL BUILDING INSPECTION REPORT SAMPLE MIAMI HOMESTEAD

So here’s a little example about commercial building inspection in Miami Homestead.
Commercial Building Inspector

Corrosion under roof decking is a sign of leaks in the roofing system
Mold Inspection
Evidence of mold and moisture problems behind wallpaper
AC Unit Inspection
Poorly designed HVAC filter assembly leads to premature failure of unit and higher energy consumption
Elevator Code Compliance Inspections
Elevator panel needs extensive upgrades for code compliance COMMERCIAL BUILDING INSPECTION REPORT SAMPLE MIAMI HOMESTEAD

Our Standard Commercial Building Inspection includes a complete and comprehensive visual inspection of the building’s construction from top to bottom and investigates the following:
COMMERCIAL BUILDING INSPECTION REPORT SAMPLE MIAMI HOMESTEAD
COMMERCIAL BUILDING INSPECTION REPORT SAMPLE MIAMI HOMESTEAD
Roof condition and life expectancy
Structural and exterior walls
Foundation and concrete slabs
ADA accessibility, Fire and Life Safety Code Compliance
Electrical panels and wiring
Plumbing fixtures and piping
Air conditioning equipment & ductwork
Elevators, stairs, entrances and exits
Existing tenant improvements
Walkways, parking & drives
Landscape, irrigation system, site grading & drainage
The Engineer in Miami Homestead will look for:
Inadequate engineering design
Noncompliance with building codes
Poor workmanship and material selection
Unusual wear or improper maintenance
Aged or inadequate equipment

Environmental concerns such as mold, lead paint, asbestos and chemical spill contamination in Miami homestead. COMMERCIAL BUILDING INSPECTION REPORT SAMPLE MIAMI HOMESTEAD

You will receive a written narrative Summary Report that will describe in detail, all of the significant concerns or defects that were noted during the inspection and include the estimated costs associated with any recommended or immediately necessary repairs and replacements. COMMERCIAL BUILDING INSPECTION REPORT SAMPLE MIAMI HOMESTEAD

We want our clients to know what risks and exposures are involved when they are investing in a commercial property. COMMERCIAL BUILDING INSPECTION REPORT SAMPLE MIAMI HOMESTEAD
The Bottom Line – This summary report will provide you with the professional opinions, facts and information you will need to make an informed decision about the subject property.
Scope of Inspection – A visual inspection of the subject property was performed on COMMERCIAL BUILDING INSPECTION REPORT SAMPLE MIAMI HOMESTEAD

This Property Condition Report addresses general items of interest that were visible to the inspection attendees during this limited inspection.
Reasonable effort was made to view all safely accessible areas of the Subject COMMERCIAL BUILDING INSPECTION REPORT SAMPLE MIAMI HOMESTEAD
Property in Miami Homestead. Concealed items cannot normally be inspected without using invasive procedures or special testing equipment that is beyond the scope of this type of general inspection. This Property Condition Report may not address every problem that may exist with this property at the time of this inspection. COMMERCIAL BUILDING INSPECTION REPORT SAMPLE MIAMI HOMESTEAD

COMMERCIAL BUILDING INSPECTION REPORT SAMPLE MIAMI HOMESTEAD
COMMERCIAL BUILDING INSPECTION REPORT SAMPLE MIAMI HOMESTEAD
Inspections, Inc. makes no warranty that there are no other defects in this property.
This sample of the commercial building following attendees was present at the inspection:
Subject Property Description – The subject property consists of one five-story multi-tenant office building containing approximately 60,000 SF. The building was thought to have been constructed in 1998. COMMERCIAL BUILDING INSPECTION REPORT SAMPLE MIAMI HOMESTEAD
The following sections of this report describe key areas of interest pertaining to our inspection of the subject property.
Foundation and Structure – The building shell is formed with steel columns, beams and open web trusses supporting the concrete floors and roof. Drawings were not available for review to determine the type of foundation. We did not observe any evidence of foundation related deficiencies. COMMERCIAL BUILDING INSPECTION REPORT SAMPLE MIAMI HOMESTEAD
Most of the building’s structural elements were not exposed and are now covered by the building’s interior finishes. We cannot issue an opinion on the condition of these hidden elements; however, all visible structural elements appear to be professionally installed, stable and in good condition. No modifications were noted in any visible structural member. All floor slabs appear to be in good condition. COMMERCIAL BUILDING INSPECTION REPORT SAMPLE MIAMI HOMESTEAD
Roof – The roof is a flat design. The waterproofing materials consist of a granular surface
built-up roofing system (BUR) adhered to a structural concrete roof deck that is supported by corrugated metal panels and open web steel trusses. COMMERCIAL BUILDING INSPECTION REPORT SAMPLE MIAMI HOMESTEAD
The building has a three-foot high parapet wall along the perimeter of the roof. The base flashing consists of the same granular surfaced materials as are placed on the deck of the roof. The parapets have sheet metal coping caps. COMMERCIAL BUILDING INSPECTION REPORT SAMPLE MIAMI HOMESTEAD
The roof is pitched towards internal roof drains that are connected to the site’s storm sewer system. Secondary drainage is achieved through scupper openings at the base of the parapet walls. COMMERCIAL BUILDING INSPECTION REPORT SAMPLE MIAMI HOMESTEAD
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Roof – continued
The roof is accessed through a stairwell that exits onto the roof deck through a locked door. COMMERCIAL BUILDING INSPECTION REPORT SAMPLE MIAMI HOMESTEAD
From a limited and noninvasive observation of the exterior surface of the roof and support decking visible from above the fifth-floor ceiling, the roofing materials appear to have been professionally installed and in a watertight condition. No signs of active roof leaks were noted. The roof is approximately one year old. There are a few points on the roof where rainwater ponds due to inadequate pitch to drains. These areas are not severe; however, this roof should be periodically inspected by a roofing company to monitor for splits in the waterproofing membranes under these points. COMMERCIAL BUILDING INSPECTION REPORT SAMPLE MIAMI HOMESTEAD
Mechanical equipment mounted on the roof has suffered some minor damage from hurricane Wilma. COMMERCIAL BUILDING INSPECTION REPORT SAMPLE MIAMI HOMESTEAD
COMMERCIAL BUILDING INSPECTION REPORT SAMPLE MIAMI HOMESTEAD
COMMERCIAL BUILDING INSPECTION REPORT SAMPLE MIAMI HOMESTEAD
  • Access panels on two package type air conditioning units are missing and the openings are now covered with plywood. This type of temporary repair is standard practice. The plywood should adequately protect the interior components of these air handlers at this time; however they need to be monitored if they are not replaced with new metal panels. COMMERCIAL BUILDING INSPECTION REPORT SAMPLE MIAMI HOMESTEAD
  • Two of the building’s powered ventilators are damaged and need to be repaired or replaced.
  • One rain cap from one ventilator is torn loose and needs to be removed from the roof. COMMERCIAL BUILDING INSPECTION REPORT SAMPLE MIAMI HOMESTEAD
  • A dish antenna appears to no longer be in use. It is tilted from the hurricane force winds. This device should be removed from the roof if it is no longer in use. COMMERCIAL BUILDING INSPECTION REPORT SAMPLE MIAMI HOMESTEAD
  • One roof drain screen is missing. It should be replaced.
Building Exterior – The building exterior walls are covered with painted
cementitious stucco formed over metal lath. Some of the first-floor envelopes are formed with CMU walls covered with painted cementitious stucco. No distress was noted or reported in any of the sidewalk systems.
Exterior windows consist of tinted single-glazed glass encased in aluminum frames.
Where tested, the exterior sealants were flexible and in very good condition. David
Pinkerman stated that the glazing assemblies were recently revealed by a waterproofing contractor.
  • Water from irrigation sprinklers has stained some of the first floor’s exterior walls and windows. This is a cosmetic issue.
Building Exterior – Continued
  • Some of the glass tints are discolored and display a rainbow appearance. It is uncertain what has caused this discoloration. This is a cosmetic issue.
  • The exterior walls are soiled and stained from mildew. This can be removed with power spray washing. This is a cosmetic issue.
  • Three metal doors on the north and east side of the building are corroded and should be considered for a replacement to keep out vermin.
COMMERCIAL BUILDING INSPECTION REPORT SAMPLE MIAMI HOMESTEAD
COMMERCIAL BUILDING INSPECTION REPORT SAMPLE MIAMI HOMESTEAD
Building Interior – The interior areas of the building are finished with carpeted and ceramic tiled floors, surface mounted and recessed fluorescent lighting fixtures and wood trimmed drywall partitions. Ceilings are suspended acoustical tiles. Ceramic tile is placed on bathroom floors. All common area interior elements were observed to be in good condition. COMMERCIAL BUILDING INSPECTION REPORT SAMPLE MIAMI HOMESTEAD
It is assumed that tenants are responsible for the installation and maintenance of interior finishes in their leased spaces.
ADA Accessibility – This building was completed prior to the implementation of the
July 26, 1991 Americans with Disabilities Act. There are some deficiencies in the building relating to this act. Please refer to the following two pages describing deficiencies found using an Abbreviated ADA Accessibility Site Survey. COMMERCIAL BUILDING INSPECTION REPORT SAMPLE MIAMI HOMESTEAD
ADA Accessibility Site Survey (abbreviated)
Item YES NO N/A Comments
Section I – Building History
  1. Have any ADA surveys been previously performed on this site? UNKNOWN
  2. Have any ADA improvements been made to the original site? UNKNOWN
  3. Does a “Barrier Removal” plan exist for the site? X
  4. Does the “Barrier Removal” plan have approval by the local building department having jurisdiction for this site”
  1. Have the building owner(s) or site management company received any ADA complaints that have not been resolved?
  1. Is there any open litigation related to ADA issues?  COMMERCIAL BUILDING INSPECTION REPORT SAMPLE MIAMI HOMESTEAD 

Section II – Parking

  1. Are there sufficient number of accessible spaces in relation to the total number of spaces as follows:
1 – 25 = 1, 25 – 50 = 2, 51 – 75 = 3, 76 – 100 = 4,
101 – 150 = 5, 151 – 200 = 6, 201 – 300 – 7, 301 – 400 = 8
COMMERCIAL BUILDING INSPECTION REPORT SAMPLE MIAMI HOMESTEAD
COMMERCIAL BUILDING INSPECTION REPORT SAMPLE MIAMI HOMESTEAD
X TOTAL PARKING SPACES – 292
REQUIRED ADA SPACES – 7
ACTUAL SPACES PROVIDED – 6
  1. Are Accessible Spaces properly sized?
Standard Accessible – 96” W – 60” aisle – 80” H
Van Accessible – 96” W – 96” aisle – 98” H
Universal Accessible – 132” W – 60” aisle – 98” H
X ALL EXISTING SPACES ARE
UNDERSIZED
  1. Are Accessible Spaces marked with vertical signs? X SIGNS MISSING ON SOUTH SIDE
  2. Are Accessible Spaces marked on the pavement? COMMERCIAL BUILDING INSPECTION REPORT SAMPLE MIAMI HOMESTEAD
  3. Is there an accessible route from public transportation, passenger loading zones, public streets and sidewalks?
  1. Are curbs and sidewalks properly cut and marked on the accessible route?
  1. Are there signs marking the accessible route to the building? 

Section III – Ramps – Handrails

  1. Do ramps along the accessible route have 1:12 slopes or less? 
  2. Are ramps a minimum of 36” wide? X
  3. Are railings provided on ramps sections over 72” long or 6” high?
  1. Are handrails 34” – 36” high, 1 ½ “clear of walls? X
  2. Do landings exist for every 30 LF, top and bottom of ramps? 
COMMERCIAL BUILDING INSPECTION REPORT SAMPLE MIAMI HOMESTEAD
COMMERCIAL BUILDING INSPECTION REPORT SAMPLE MIAMI HOMESTEAD

Section IV – Building Ingress/Egress

  1. Is the accessible entrance 32” wide minimum? 
  2. Is door hardware lever type and 48” AFF maximum? 
Section V – Paths of Travel
  1. Are all accessible paths a minimum of 36” wide without protrusions from fixtures and equipment?
  1. Are there any floor obstructions greater than ¼” high requiring beveling or ramp/ RAMPS HAVE EDGES AT ASPHALT PAVEMENT OVER ½ INCH HIGH
5  ADA Accessibility Site Survey (abbreviated)  Item YES NO N/A Comments COMMERCIAL BUILDING INSPECTION REPORT SAMPLE MIAMI HOMESTEAD

Section VI – Elevators

  1. Are call buttons visually illuminated when the cab is called? 
  2. Is the “Up” button above the “Down” button? 
  3. Are there visual and audible floor indicators inside the cab and in the lobbies? COMMERCIAL BUILDING INSPECTION REPORT SAMPLE MIAMI HOMESTEAD
  1. Are elevator thresholds marked in Braille and raised?
  2. Are obstruction safety devices functional on elevator doors? 
  3. Are controls 48” maximum front and 54” maximum side approach?
  1. Do control panels have Braille and raised letters left on the buttons?
  1. Is there a hands-free communication device in the cab?  COMMERCIAL BUILDING INSPECTION REPORT SAMPLE MIAMI HOMESTEAD

Section VII – Restrooms

  1. Are accessible restrooms on an accessible path? 
  2. Our entrance door handles lever type? COMMERCIAL BUILDING INSPECTION REPORT SAMPLE MIAMI HOMESTEAD
  3. Are there audible and visual fire alarm devices? 
  4. Are entrance doors and stall doors a minimum of 32” wide? 
  5. Is the turning radius a minimum of 60” in the restroom? 
  6. Are grab bars present? 
  7. Are Urinals flush knobs at 44” AFF maximum and is there
clearance of 30” W x 48” Depth in front of them?
X ALL URINALS ARE TOO HIGH
  1. Are countertops properly dimensioned?
34” AFF maximum height
29” clear under AFF
17” clear depth under counter and sinks
30” Wide and 48” clear in front of the counter
  1. Are towel and soap dispensers 8” maximum clear front approach and 54” maximum clear side approach COMMERCIAL BUILDING INSPECTION REPORT SAMPLE MIAMI HOMESTEAD
  1. Are sink handles lever type? 
This abbreviated survey may not address all ADA related deficiencies with the building. Major modifications to the building’s interior may require full compliance with all aspects of the code. COMMERCIAL BUILDING INSPECTION REPORT SAMPLE MIAMI HOMESTEAD

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ADDRES: 8833 N.W. 53rd Street, Suite 450 United States of America.

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