Frequently Asked Questions
Whether you are a buyer, an investor, a property manager, or a tenant, if a commercial real estate transaction is in your future, ProTech Commercial Inspections, Inc. has you covered. Based in Metro Atlanta, we evaluate business property and conduct environmental assessments. Contact us today at (770) 203-0775 to discuss your needs, or request a proposal online.
ProTech’s commercial inspections lay all the cards on the table before deals are finalized, providing an independent evaluation of a property’s condition and any looming issues. Learn more about the process by browsing the answers to some of our most commonly asked questions below, and don’t hesitate to call if you have an inquiry of your own.
Appraisals and inspections are completely different. Appraisers simply look at comparable sales in the area, and take into consideration things like location and amenities in order to estimate the value of a property. Commercial inspections go into great detail, evaluating the condition of the property and its various components, giving you a more accurate picture of what you are really getting into.
All of the building inspectors at ProTech are members of the American Society of Home Inspectors® in addition to having completed Carson Dunlop’s commercial training program. Plus, we have inspectors on staff with the additional training necessary to perform environmental assessments such as mold and radon tests. We also look for termites.
Yes, all of our inspectors are covered under ProTech’s general liability and errors-and-omission insurance policies.
Most of our work can start within seven days of a client ordering the property assessment. Call us at (770) 203-0775 or schedule an inspection online.
Every property is different. On-site field work for small to medium buildings like strip malls and offices takes about one day, while more complex projects can take up to three days. The size and scope also affect the cost. Call us with the property address to discuss your scope of needs, and we will be happy to give you an estimate.
An initial written property condition assessment report is available within two business days of the inspector’s field work.
It is not necessary for the client ordering the inspection to be present during the field work. Our inspectors can access the property through the Realtor or property manager once you’ve confirmed the scope of the evaluation.