Investing in a commercial property can be a complicated undertaking for even the most experienced of real estate investors. Unforeseen repairs, replacements and code violations can incur major costs and long delays. The trusted team at Johnson Probe can provide you with a detailed inspection to bring to light any areas of concern with the desired property.

Rely on Experience

The commercial building inspectors at Johnson Probe are highly trained professionals dedicated to assisting buyers to make sound real estate decisions when considering the purchase of commercial, industrial, institutional and/or multi-resident buildings. Registered with The Canadian Association of Home and Property Inspectors (CAHPI), and providing inspection services for over 20 years in Calgary and the surrounding areas, assures that the commercial inspection provided exceeds industry standards and is respective of current codes and conventions.

What an inspection entails:

The professionally detailed inspection provides the prospective purchaser with information regarding the current condition of the building and all of its major components including: Structural frame, Building envelope, Roofing, Plumbing, Heating, Air conditioning, Ventilation, Electrical, Occupant safety, Fire protection, Interior elements, Site topography, Drainage, Ingress and egress, Paving, Curb and gutter, Parking, Landscaping, Utility connections and service, and associated appurtenances.

National Accreditation

Registration with the CAHPI, assures that the commercial property inspector has met the requirements of the national, provincial and regional organizations and is allowed to conduct inspections using the title RHI or Registered Home Inspector. CAHPI members are dedicated professionals committed to provide property inspection services in accordance with the CAHPI standards of practice and code of ethics, assuring the commercial property investor an in-depth, detailed and accurate assessment of the property of interest.

Inspecting a home by an RHI (Registered Home Inspector) demonstrates to potential homebuyers that the home seller or realtor has put forth the effort necessary to offer a more objective view of the home’s condition. Commercial building inspection assures homebuyers that they are making the right decision to purchase a home because professionally inspected property makes them have more confidence in their investment, knowing their money is safe.

When purchasing a home, the investor or homebuyer seeks to find out as much information as possible before making an informed decision. By hiring a Johnson Probe home inspector, one would be making a wise decision, knowing that it is the right thing to do. The report the homebuyer receives outlines the integrity and general condition of the home, including some of the expenses and repairs that might come up in the near future. This allows the potential homebuyer to have all the information necessary to make a decision.

Years of Experience

As an RHI with over 20 years experience, the Johnson Probe property inspector ensures that the home is inspected to match the CAHPI’s standards. Experienced inspectors offer the most relevant information on the home without overlooking many details.

What gets inspected?

A typical inspection includes various areas of the home: air-conditioning, heating, plumbing, electrical, attic, roofing, walls, floors, ceilings, insulation, doors, windows, basement, foundation, and structure. These inspectors adhere to “Code of Ethics” and “Standards of Practice” as per the CAHPI requirements and in turn report the findings. This home inspection, according to the Standards, is a visual inspection of every system and component of the home in question, as accessible to the qualified inspector. In the report is a detailed description of everything inspected, as well as what is left out. Professional commercial building inspection allows homebuyers to have confidence in the buying process, knowing that they are getting value for their money.