What is a Property Inspection?
QCA inspects and evaluates both residential and commercial properties for prospective buyers as well as for owners.
Nevada State Structural Inspector Lic. M-0099
We provide our commercial clients with a property inspection report designed to meet their specific needs.
The Due Diligence process typically involves an assessment of the building’s physical condition and an environmental site assessment. The purpose of the assessment is to uncover any major deficiencies in the building structure or systems and any potential environmental liabilities.
Property Inspection Condition
Unbiased visual inspection on the condition of the property’s structural and safety components: Roofing, Exterior surfaces, Electrical, Plumbing, Mechanical, and HVAC systems, Interior.
- Destructive testing
- Research Building code violations
Many decisions go into buying a new or resale property. One aspect to consider is the condition of the structure. A structural inspection will help you make an informed decision. QCA, property inspections will do a visual non-destructive examination of the systems and structure of a home or building, from the roof to the foundation. As a buyer, this will enable you to buy with confidence.
Knowing the condition of the property and repairs will help prevent delays in closing. QCA will do an inspection to find obvious and blatant defects and deficiencies that other inspectors are likely to uncover and to make the seller aware of. When discussing any property problems, QCA will offer solutions and maintenance suggestions.
Scope of Property inspection
QCA will provide an analysis of the property and accurate information essential to evaluating property condition. QCA is a qualified unbiased property inspector who will do a visual evaluation of the:
- Exterior Components, Roofing and Flashing, Exterior Cladding
- Interior Components, Insulation, and Plumbing Systems
- Ventilation System, Heating and Cooling Systems
- Foundations and Lot Drainage
- Electrical Systems, Built-in Kitchen Appliances
- Structural and/or Mechanical Safety Issues
- Many more items will also be covered in our detailed inspection
Industry Standards and Ethics
QCA meets and exceeds all of the inspection standards set by State of Nevada, SNAPPI, and ASHI.