Inspection Service Pricing
Be an intelligent commercial buyer by hiring Allegiance Inspections, LLC to conduct a Property Condition Assessment (PCA) before closing on any commercial property. Stand out as an informed investor by partnering with Allegiance Inspections to gather pertinent documents from local municipalities to include: Certificates of Occupancy, active or past building permits, plats. etc.
Get any and all available information about your potential investment property. A property condition assessment may identify safety and functional factors that you may not have budgeted for based on the intended purpose of the property. Let us help! We are staffed with an experienced Certified Commercial Property Inspector.
Our Property Condition Assessments are conducted in accordance with industry leading inspection standards. A standard PCA will include all of the following (unless otherwise excluded from the statement of work):
►Inspection of the Plumbing, Electrical System, HVAC Systems, Roof, Structural Frame, Building Envelope and Site Improvements
►Search and review of public records and building permits for the property
►Opinions of Probable Cost to remedy any defects identified
►ADA Information for basic compliance
►Property Condition Report (or PCR) summarizing material defects, concerns observed, recommendations for repairs, and opinions of costs to make repairs.
We inspect all types of commercial and industrial properties including:
- Office Buildings
- Multiple Family Apartment Homes
- Strip Malls
- Care Facilities
- Retail Properties, Warehouses and more!
We are a private woman and veteran owned company. Although we are based in South Carolina, we inspect commercial properties in SC, NC, GA, and FL. (a travel fee will apply to certain areas)
Commercial property owners and investors know the importance and benefits of hiring a qualified commercial property consultant to complete a Property Condition Assessment.
Call us now to discuss your project! 803.560.6006
Sellers inspections are referred to as a pre-sale inspection. It allows sellers to be prepared for potential problems their home might have prior to their home being sold. It is important to become knowledgeable about your home so you can negotiate the highest possible sales price.
Buyer inspections are the most common form of a home inspection. It allows the buyer to be informed about the potential problem areas of a particular home. We offer residential inspections.
This type of inspection is important for new homes that are reaching the end of their typical one year builder warranty. A trained professional can find problems that might need to be addressed by the builder before the warranty period ends.