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Commercial Building Inspections in Dallas TX

Our commercial property inspection is an extensive examination of your property, its surrounding areas, and everything in between. It can be used by investors to determine the value of a real estate investment or by owners to determine whether or not a property is worth purchasing. Many unknowns may be present in a building and can be found during this process, so it's important to know what you're getting into before you take on the project. 

PROPERTY CONDITION ASSESSMENTS (PCAs)

PCAs are used in real estate to assess the physical condition of a property. They are also used by lenders, insurance companies, and commercial real estate investors to evaluate a property's condition and determine whether or not it is worth purchasing, leasing, or financing. PCAs are a must for any commercial real estate transaction. The property condition assessment is done to evaluate the physical condition of the property, and it's associated with due diligence inspections in commercial real estate transactions. 

The PCA process can help you avoid unnecessary expenses, potential liabilities, and lawsuits. PCAs are a guide developed to help the commercial building inspector and the client understand what they need to do to maintain their property.

PCAs are used as a guide to developing our scopes and procedures. It helps the commercial building inspector and the client understand what they need to do for their property to be in good condition.

Assessments are the perfect way to determine the condition of the property. They can be done before or after a disaster and help you decide on the best course of action for your property.

Damaged assessments are essential in determining how much money will be needed to repair or restore your property to its previous state. With the right tools and knowledge, property owners can assess the damage and devise a plan to improve it.

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Energy Code Services

The law in Texas requires to follow the following state energy codes for new or existing buildings or even those that need an upgrade:

 

  • Residential (Single Family Residences and Duplexes) – the 2015 IRC, Chapter 11.

  • State-Funded Residential Buildings – the 2015 IECC.

  • Commercial and Residential (Excluding Single-Family Residences) – the 2015 IECC.

  • State-Funded Commercial Buildings – the ASHRAE 90.1 – 2013.

Damage And Repair Assessment

A damage assessment is a process that determines what is and what is not damaged in a property while repairing it. It also helps you resolve any safety risks involved in restoring the property. Damage and Repair Assessments are essential to maintain the safety of the facility. They allow the organization to know what is happening in their facility before it becomes a bigger problem. A damage and repair assessment is a comprehensive analysis of the damage done in a specific area or building. It assesses whether there is any functional or operational impact from the damage and how long it will take for repairs to be completed. A Damage & Repair Assessment can be performed by either an engineer or an inspector, but it should always involve both parties. Assessments are the perfect way to determine the condition of the property. They can be done before or after a disaster and help you decide on the best course of action for your property. Damaged assessments are essential in determining how much money will be needed to repair or restore your property to its previous state. With the right tools and knowledge, property owners can assess the damage and devise a plan to improve it.

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Multi Family Property Inspections

Multi-family property inspections are the most crucial step in purchasing a multi-family property. A thorough report from a reputable inspection company is essential for ensuring that you make educated decisions on your next big investment property purchase. Investing in a multi-family pro is the best way to save money on your next investment property purchase.


A multi-family property inspection is not just about finding problems with the structure of the building but also about finding potential issues with the surrounding area. For example, an inspector can look for possible water or sewer issues affecting your investment.

Commercial Property Inspection Dallas TX Service Areas

GreenWorks Inspection offers commercial and residential building maintenance and cleaning services for AUSTIN, CORPUS CHRISTI, DALLAS, FORT WORTH, FRISCO, HOUSTON, and SAN ANTONIO.WEST TX OFFICE (AMARILLO/LUBBOCK/MIDLAND

GreenWorks Inspection offers Commercial Property Inspection in Dallas TX with more than 25 years of experience and our staff members are licensed, experienced, certified, and qualified. Our team of professionals can provide you with an accurate, thorough, affordable, and prompt inspection.

Quality Work For A Quality Price

We understand the importance of providing you with a quality service at a competitive price. That's why our reports are accurate, thorough, and prompt — so you don't have to worry about missing deadlines for your business.

Expertise & Certifications in Commercial Inspections

GreenWorks Inspection has 20 years of experience in providing commercial inspections to businesses. Our inspectors are all licensed, experienced, certified, and qualified. This ensures the highest level of quality for your inspection reports and ensures that our services will meet your needs for accuracy and speed.

Licensed Commercial Inspectors

Our team consists of licensed commercial inspectors who have passed rigorous background checks including fingerprinting and criminal record checks to ensure they are upstanding members of their community.

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