Why do I need a commercial property assessment?

If you are buying a property or entering into a triple net lease, you should have a property assessment completed to help you evaluate the condition of the building and the property, so you can effectively budget for future repairs and improvements.

Canspec performs commercial inspections to ASTM standard E2018-08. Our reports are narrative E-reports with digital photos and may include infra�red images. Any images used are embedded in the report. We review:

  • building envelope
  • structure
  • roofing
  • plumbing
  • HVAC
  • ventilation
  • electrical
  • interior and exterior elements
  • ingress and egress
  • paving, curbing and parking
  • fire and life safety
There is an easy to read executive summary and a clear description of how the inspection was carried out, with notation of any testing done on-site.

In most cases, reports are delivered within 48 hours of completing the physical inspection.

Canspec specializes in small-to-medium size commercial buildings. Our experience encompasses:

  • manufacturing facilities
  • strip plazas
  • apartment buildings
  • industrial property
  • motels
  • office buildings
  • restaurants
  • commercial condominiums
  • mixed-use buildings

Our approach to medium-to-large buildings is a team concept, including subcontracting heating, elevator inspection or engineering if we see the need for specialization beyond the scope of our practice. We also employ two inspectors on medium-to-large projects, ensuring efficiency and accuracy of reporting.

Canspec is qualified to carry out Phase 1 Environmental Reviews to ASTN standard E1527 � 13.

Our primary service area is from Durham region, through the GTA and into Peel and York regions. Mileage and other expenses may be charged outside of this area. Call 1877-CANSPEC today to get your no-obligation quote.


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Newmarket: (905) 830-1518
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