Full Service Commercial Building Assessments
Commercial property condition assessments and building inspections. Specializing in ASTM 2018 guideline for commercial property assessments
Celebrating 24 years of building inspections throughout New Hampshire. Commercial Building Inspections and Assessments.
With thousands of inspections completed, A member of NACBI, and a trained thermographer, I am one of the most experienced and best trained Building inspectors in the State of NH.
Contact us any time by phone, email, or even 24/7 through our website. We understand that your building assessment is important, so we make you a priority. We are looking forward to hearing from you!
New Hampshire Commercial Building Inspectors is your one source for Comercial Building Inspections in New Hampshire and all of Northern New England. We are are experienced, equipped, and dedicated. With over 24 years of experience, we know how to deliver the best building assessment possible. We have extensive experience in Net Lease, Triple Net Lease (NNN), Property Condition Assessments (PCA) & Infrared Building Inspections.
In addition to being a trained infrared thermographer, we also vast network of NACBI seasoned and highly trained professionals that we utilize to provide any and all building inspection service requirements within a short time frame.
We have teams of NACBI Certified or Licensed Professional Inspectors with Level I through Level III Infrared Thermography training ready to inspect the condition of your building(s) beyond any other inspection technology available today.
We understand that any building purchase is a large investment, which is why we work hard to provide you with a quality assessment, and a professional experience.
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If you are purchasing a hotel in Nashua, or any area of NH, then having a proper hotel inspection is important. Even the nicest of properties can have issues that are easily missed, but can affect you and your business[...]read more
Buying a working farm is no small task. A working farm has many moving parts, and any one of those parts can bring your operation to a grinding halt. So having a proper inspection done before purchasing a farm is[...]read more
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One of the most fundamental parts of any commercial building inspection is safety. Safety for the occupants of the building, and any personnel there for safety reasons (i.e. fireman, police, paramedics, etc). When looking at a commercial building, make sure[...]read more
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Typically, a written report will follow the assessment and this is commonly called the Property Condition Report or PCR. After it has been compiled, it will be delivered to the client in an agreed time frame. In the report itself,[...]read more
Essentially, these are the same and they are important for the buyer because it gives them important information regarding the condition of a property. Collectively known as Property Condition Assessments or PCAs, inspectors will follow guidelines laid out by the[...]read more
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Are you purchasing an apartment building or multi-family complex here in New Hampshire? Then you understand how critical having a proper building inspection is. But in addition to that, there is also another factor – the tenants We understand how[...]read more
Building Assessments in these areas of New Hampshire and more: Alton, Sanbornville, Ossipee, Nashua, Manchester, Salem, Littleton, Gilmanton, Barnstead, Plymouth, Bristol, New Hampton, Ashland, Wolfeboro, Gilford, Laconia, Meredith, Center Harbor, Moultonborough, Tuftonboro, Wakefield, Sandwich, Center Sandwich, Campton, Thornton, Rumney, Farmington, Rochester, Strafford, Concord, Tamworth, North Conway, and all surrounding areas of NH