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Commercial inspections Miami

Commercial inspections Miami
Commercial inspections Miami

From renting spaces for flea market; to inspections an office inspections Miami to run your business out of. Commercial property includes office  inspections Miami, industrial property, medical centers, hotels, malls, retail stores, farm land, multifamily housing  inspections Miami, warehouses, and garages. In many states, residential property containing more than a certain number of units qualifies as commercial property for borrowing and tax purposes. Commercial inspections Miami.

Commercial inspections Miami

Commercial inspections Miami

– This category includes single-tenant properties, small professional office inspections Miami, downtown skyscrapers, and everything in between. The Commercial inspections Miami is defined as the process of an inspector collecting information through visual observation during a walk-through survey of the subject property, conducting research about the property, and then generating a meaningful report about the condition of the property based on the observations made and research conducted by the inspector.  A commercial inspection Miami requires the inspector to make observations, conduct research, and report findings.

Commercial inspections Miami:

  • above-grade wall:

    a wall that is mostly above grade and enclosing conditioned space.
  • access:

    that which enables a device, appliance or equipment to be reached.
  • access panel:

    a closure device used to cover an opening into a duct, an enclosure, or equipment.
  • accessibility:

    level of access an inspection Miami offers people with disabilities.
  • accessible:

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    in the opinion of the inspector, can be approached or entered safely without difficulty, fear or danger.
  • accessory structure:

    an additional inspection Miami to the primary  inspections Miami.
  • activate:

    to turn on, supply power, or enable systems, equipment or devices to become active by normal operating controls; examples include turning on the gas or water supply valves to fixtures and appliances, or activating electrical breakers or fuses.
  • actual knowledge:

    the knowledge possessed by an individual, as opposed to that discovered through document review.
  • addition:

    an extension or increase in the conditioned space of inspections Miami.
  • adverse conditions:

    conditions that may be dangerous for the inspector and may limit the walk-through survey portion of the Commercial inspections Miami.
  • adversely affect:

    to constitute, or potentially constitute, a negative or destructive impact.
  • air intake:

    an opening in a  inspections Miami’s envelope whose purpose is to allow outside air to be drawn in to replace inside air.
  • aisle:

    an exit access component that provides a path of egress travel.
  • alarm signal:

    a signal indicating an emergency, such as a fire, requiring immediate action.
  • alarm system:

    warning devices, installed or free-standing, including, but not limited to: carbon-monoxide detectors, flue gas and other spillage detectors, security equipment, ejector pumps and smoke alarms.
  • alteration:

    any construction or renovation to an existing structure other than a repair or addition; also, a change in a mechanical system.
  • appliance:

    utilization equipment, generally other than industrial, that is installed or connected as a unit to perform one or more functions.
  • approved:

    acceptable to the authority having jurisdiction; also, accepted by an internationally recognized organization, such as InterNACHI.
  • arc-fault circuit interrupter (AFCI):

    a device intended to provide protection from the effects of arc faults by recognizing characteristics unique to arcing, and by functioning to de-energize the circuit when an arc fault is detected.
  • the authority having jurisdiction (AHJ):

    an organization, office, or individual responsible for enforcing the requirements of code or standard, or for approving equipment, materials, an installation, or procedure.   The AHJ is often the  inspections Miami owner, health department, insurance agent, or fire marshal.
  • automatic:

    that which provides a function without the necessity of human intervention.
  • automatic fire-extinguishing system:

    a system of devices and equipment that automatically detects a fire and discharges in an attempt to put it out.
  • automatic sprinkler system:

    an automated sprinkler system for fire-protection purposes.
  • balcony:

    the exterior floor is projecting from and supported by a structure without additional independent supports.
  • band joist:

    dimensional lumber used as a perimeter joist of the  inspections Miami framing.
  • basement:

    that portion of a  inspections Miami which is partly or completely below grade.
  • basement wall:

    a wall of a  inspections Miami that is mostly below grade.
  • bathroom:

    a room containing plumbing fixtures, such as a water closet, urinal, bathtub and/or shower.
  • bedroom:

    a room used for sleeping purposes.
  • bidet:

    a toilet-like plumbing fixture designed to promote posterior hygiene; not a toilet.
  • bonding:

    the permanent joining of metallic parts to form an electrically conductive path that ensures electrical continuity, and the capacity to conduct safely any fault current likely to be imposed.
  • branch circuit:

    the circuit conductors between the final overcurrent device protecting the circuit and the outlet(s)..
  • Inspections Miami code:

    rules and regulations adopted by the governmental authority having jurisdiction over the construction and/or remodeling of the commercial property.
  • Inspections Miami Department:

    local authority having jurisdiction over the construction, alteration and use of the property.
  • Inspections Miami envelope:

    the enclosure that defines the heated/cooled area of a  inspections Miami, namely, the exterior walls and roof.
  • inspections Miami systems:

    components, assemblies and systems that are a part of the overall  inspections Miami and property such as pavement, flatwork, structural components, roofing, exterior walls, plumbing, HVAC, electrical components, fire prevention, etc.
  • built-in:

    permanently installed inspections Miami
  • chimney:

    a structure containing one or more flues for removing gases to the outside atmosphere.
  • cladding:

    something that covers or overlays, often used to describe exterior wall coverings or metal that covers windows, doors or fascia for weather protection.
  • clean out:

    an access opening in the drainage system used for the removal of possible obstructions and for Commercial inspections Miami; an opening in a chimney that provides access to the flue for cleaning purposes.
  • clearance:

    the minimum distance through air measured between the surface of something heat-producing and the surface of something combustible.
  • clearly identifiable:

    capable of being recognized by a person of normal vision.
  • client:

    the party that retains the inspector and pays for the Commercial inspections Miami.
  • code official:

    the officer or other government-designated authority charged with enforcement of  inspections Miami codes.
  • combustible:

    describes any material that will burn.
  • commercial cooking appliances:

    appliances used in a commercial food inspections Miami service establishment for heating or cooking food.
  • commercial property:

    the  inspections Miami structures and improvements located on a parcel of commercial real estate.  These may include structures such as  inspections Miami with residential units operated for profit, mixed-use  inspections Miami, strip malls, motels, factories, storage facilities, restaurants and office  inspections Miami.
  • component:

    a permanently installed or attached fixture, element, or part of a system.
  • concealed:

    rendered inaccessible by the structure or finish of the  inspections Miami.  Wires in concealed raceways are considered concealed, even though they may become accessible by withdrawing them.
  • condition:

    the plainly visible and conspicuous state of being of a material object or thing.
  • conditioned space:

    an area or room within inspections Miami being heated or cooled.
  • connector:

    the pipe that connects a fuel-burning appliance to a chimney.
  • consultant:

    a person with particular expertise in a subject who assists the inspector with portions of the Commercial inspections Miami.
  • contamination:

    an impairment of the quality of the potable water
  • crawlspace:

    the area within the confines of the foundation and between the ground and the underside of the lowest floor’s structural component.
  • cross-connection:

    any connection between two otherwise separate piping systems, one of which contains potable water, and the other that contains something that could contaminate the potable water.
  • crown:

    the sloped top of a masonry chimney designed to shed water away from the flue; also called a


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  • damper:

    a valve or plate for controlling draft or flow of gases, including air, in a vent or ductwork; a manually-operated plate for controlling draft in a flue.
  • deck:

    exterior floor system supported on at least two opposing sides by an adjoining structure and/or post, piers, or other independent supports.
  • decorative:

    Ornamental; not required for the operation of essential systems and components of inspections Miami.
  • defensible space:

    an area around inspections Miami designed to slow the rate of an advancing wildfire.
  • deferred-maintenance items:

    deficient items that cannot be remedied with routine maintenance, generally caused by neglect.
  • describe:

    to report, in writing, a system or component by its type or other observed characteristics to distinguish it from other components used for the same purpose.
  • destructive:

    an act of demolishing, damaging or probing any system, structure or component, or to dismantle any system or component that would not be taken apart by an ordinary person in the course of normal maintenance.
  • determine:

    to arrive at an opinion or conclusion pursuant to examination.
  • disconnected:

    shut down.
  • dismantle:

    to open, take apart or remove any component, device or piece that would not typically be opened, taken apart, or removed by an ordinary occupant.
  • duct:

    a passageway, tube or conduit utilized for the transmission of air and vapors.
  • due diligence:

    a level of care in the Commercial inspections Miami process that varies, depending upon the scope of work agreed upon by the inspector and his/her client.
  • dwelling unit:

    a single unit providing complete, independent living facilities, including permanent provisions for living, sleeping, eating, cooking and sanitation.
  • easement:

    that portion of a land or property reserved for use by a person or agency other than the owner of the property.
  • easily visible:

    describes systems, items and components that are both conspicuous and in plain sight, absent of the need for intrusive Commercial inspections Miami techniques, probing, disassembly, or the use of special equipment.
  • egress:

    a means of exiting.
  • emergency shut off valve:

    a valve designed to shut off the flow of gases or liquids.
  • energy analysis:

    a method for estimating the annual energy use of inspections Miami.
  • energy-recovery ventilation system:

    a system that uses air-to-air heat exchangers to recover energy from exhaust air for the purpose of pre-heating or pre-cooling outdoor air prior to supplying the air to an interior space.
  • engineering service:

    any professional service or creative work requiring engineering education, training and experience, and the application of special knowledge of the mathematical, physical and engineering sciences to such professional service or creative work as consultation, investigation, evaluation, planning, design and/or supervision of construction for the purpose of assuring compliance with the specifications and design, in conjunction with structures,  inspections Miami, machines, equipment, works or processes.
  • enter:

    to access or go into an area to observe visible components.
  • evaluate:

    to assess the systems, structures and/or components of a  inspections Miami.
  • evidence:

    plainly visible and conspicuous material objects or other things presented to the senses that would tend to produce conviction in the mind of an ordinary person as to the existence or non-existence of a fact.
  • examine:

    to visually examine; to look for and identify material physical deficiencies in systems, structures or components of a  inspections Miami through a non-intrusive physical Commercial inspections Miami.  See


  • existing:

    inspections Miami, facilities or conditions which are already in existence.  This Standard is designed to be used to inspect existing commercial properties.
  • exit discharge:

    the portion of a means of egress between the termination of an exit and a public way.
  • exposed:

    capable of being inadvertently touched by a person because it is not suitably guarded, isolated or insulated.
  • exterior property:

    the open space on the property.
  • exterior wall:

    an outside wall of a  inspections Miami, either above or below grade.
  • extermination:

    the control or elimination of insects, rats, vermin or other pests.
  • fenestration:

    products with glass and non-glass glazing materials, including skylights, roof windows, vertical windows, opaque doors, glazed doors and glazed block.
  • fire apparatus access road:

    a road, fire lane, public street, private street, or parking lot lane that provides access from a fire station to a facility.
  • fire code official:

    the fire chief or other authority charged with the enforcement of a code.
  • fire department master key:

    a special key carried by fire department officials which will open key boxes on commercial properties.


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