What is COMSOP - International Standard of Practice for Inspecting Commercial Properties?
Commercial Building Inspections are conducted using the Standards of Practice (ComSOP) establish by the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI). The inspectors are a Florida Licensed Division 1 contractor that has actually built commercial buildings and is familiar with all kinds of commercial building construction practices.
The Florida Inspectors… are Building Consultants serving the construction industry for over 60 years. The Florida Inspectors uses the Commercial Properties Standard of Practices (ComSOP) established and upgraded in 2018 by the International Association Of Certified Home Inspectors (INTERNachi)
Helping You with Due-Diligence
Whether you are an investor purchasing an existing building, a tenant considering the lease of a building, a building owner seeking to learn more about your existing property either before listing it for sale or undertaking renovations, The Florida Inspectors…are truly Florida Building Consultants and can provide the services you need rapidly and effectively at a very competitive rate.
The purchase of property can always be a demanding experience, one filled with ambiguity and further enhanced by judicious time constraints. A commercial building inspection can help eliminate many of the unknown variables providing important information to the buyer, minimizing the unidentified, but offering a clear, concise picture of the total cost of ownership.
The Inspection Process…
Inspection of the property prior to entering the lease agreement can benefit both owner and tenant by documenting and communicating the physical property conditions present at the beginning of the lease. Later, inspection of the property at the expiration of the lease can help to verify the tenant has properly maintained the facility in accordance with the terms of the lease agreement.
The Florida Inspectors… Commercial Building Inspections are conducted using the Standards of Practice (ComSOP) establish by the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI). The inspectors are a Florida Licensed Division 1 contractor that has actually built commercial buildings and is familiar with all kinds of commercial building construction practices. The objective of an inspection is to provide a written report describing the issues discovered from observations made in his research of that property and that, in the inspector's opinion, are likely to be of interest to his or her client. The other objective is to improve decision making for buying, selling, maintaining or improving the property. The inspections shall be performed by a State of Florida Licensed Building Contractor and a Florida Licensed Building Inspector.
The client should understand that the inspection report is, to a large degree, the subjective opinions of the inspector, based on his or her observations and research within the limits of access, time, budget, and without the aid of special equipment. It is also without the dismantling, probing, testing or troubleshooting, and without detailed knowledge of the commercial property, its components, or its systems. The inspection report is a subjective professional opinion and is not a warranty. The inspector is not practicing architecture or engineering services.
Our fees are based on a number of factors and are exclusive for each project. Factors used to determine the fee include but are not limited to:
Commercial buildings are our specialty and we travel to the surroundings areas. Jacksonville, Fleming Island, Middleburg, Eagle Harbor, Pace Island, Arlington, Mandarin, Ortega, Ponte Vedra, Riverside,San Marco, Westside, Southside, Nocatee, Green Cove Springs, Julington Creek, Jacksonville Beach, Atlantic Beach, Neptune Beach, Palencia, Ponte Vedra Beach, World Golf Village, St. Augustine, Palm Coast, Orange Park, Amelia Island, Fernandina Beach, Sawgrass, Lakeside, Butler Beach, Vilano Beach, St. Johns, Plantation Oaks