Having an inspection performed in a house before closing a property transaction is a great way to make sure that you won’t incur unanticipated costs that ensure the safety, suitability and habitability of your new home.
The same is even more true of commercial properties when the liability faced by a property owner can be extended over employees and customers.
Center Grove Real Estate Inspections LLC has built a portfolio of successful and thorough property inspections for commercial buildings throughout the Indianapolis region from our headquarters in Greenwood, IN. Check out our commercial property inspection services page if you’re interested to learn more about our process.
Without a standard licensed procedure for commercial inspections, you’re going to want to trust a service that holds itself against rigorous industrial standards. Our professional staff follows standards of practice derived from the Commercial Inspection curriculum developed by international inspector association InterNACHI.
There are many aspects of a commercial building where an inspector must take into account, regardless of the type of activity the property is used for. These can include structural integrity, water drainage and ventilation systems. Some facilities, however, have very specific concerns for food storage or worker safety. In these cases, our staff will work diligently to provide thorough reporting on any issues with these systems.
We offer a turnaround time on our inspection reporting that few other services in the area can match. We can schedule most inspections within three to seven days of calling our headquarters. The day after our inspection, customers can expect to see a full written report sent to their e-mail address in PDF format.
Make sure that your prospective commercial property is ready for you to start your business before an unseen issue becomes an expensive problem. Businesses all over Indianapolis can trust Center Grove Real Estate Inspections LLC to provide the commercial property inspection expertise necessary to keep their doors open for their own customers.