A maintenance inspection is an inspection contracted by a property owner in order to develop an ongoing maintenance plan for the home or commercial property.
We recommend you have a maintenance inspection performed at least once every five years. It’s important to regularly monitor the proper performance of your property’s structural and functional elements and systems. This includes not only the more costly components like the roof or the heating and air conditioning system, but also the often overlooked items like soffit vents and windowsills to insure that minor issues don’t develop into major problems in the future. A maintenance inspection can also be an invaluable tool to help you prepare your business or household budget as your property’s major systems and components near the end of their expected service lives.
A maintenance inspection can help you, the property owner:
- Repair and correct current maintenance issues.
- Identify trouble areas that could develop into potential problems in the future.
- Develop both short- and long-term plans for the maintenance of your property.
- Help your property’s components and systems operate at their peak efficiency.
- Lower your heating, cooling and repair costs.
- Recognize when to prepare for imminent repairs.