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FIRST LOOK HOME INSPECTION

We Service all of the Hampton Roads Area

Hampton, Newport News, Williamsburg, Norfolk, Portsmouth, Virginia Beach, Chesapeake, Suffolk, Franklin, Smithfield, Carrollton, Yorktown and surrounding areas.

Address:
Hampton, VA
Phone: (757) 236 0076
Email: firstlookhomeinspect@gmail.com

Commercial Inspections

First Look Home Inspection conducts comprehensive commercial inspections on commercial properties and commercial buildings throughout Hampton Roads area. We provide the kind of knowledge that you can use to maximize the return on your investment. Before you commit to closing, litigation or new construction, call the professionals at First Look Home Inspection for your free inspection quote today. Commercial Buildings other than Light Commercial, depending on the specifics of the building and the requirements of the client, may require an entire TEAM of specialty inspectors and/or engineers.

We understand the significance and financial commitment of investing i n commercial properties; we work hard to make sure the investment is sound by providing our clients with a thorough understanding of the building's condition. All of our commercial building inspections meet or exceed ASTM Standard E2018-01 for Property Condition Assessments and include the following components:

  • Foundation -- construction, walls, floors
  • Roof -- covering, flashing, chimneys, drainage
  • Attic -- ventilation, vapor barriers
  • Insulation -- type, amount
  • Interior Spaces -- Walls, Floors, Offices, Bathrooms
  • Exterior -- Site, Walls, Windows & Doors
  • Electrical & Plumbing Systems
  • Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning (HVAC)
     

In accordance with industry practices, a standard commercial building inspection does not include the inspection of trade fixtures, such as refrigeration units, coolers, commercial grade ovens, and stoves.

After a thorough commercial building inspection, we will be able to provide answers for the following questions:

  • What condition are the building's systems and components in?
  • What costly defects are present and require immediate attention?
  • What items will require repair, maintenance or replacement?