Legacy Home Inspection


Arizona - Utah



Home Inspection group


Commercia l Inspections

The Legacy Inspection Group is a proud member of the National Association of Commercial Building Inspectors & Thermographers
as well as the Certified Commercial Property Inspectors Associations . Our active memberships and continued contributions to these organizations help in developing the highest standards of practice and professionalism in the constant evolution of inspecting commercial properties. 

Commercial property and building inspections (also known as Property Condition Assessments or PCA’s) are important for clients seeking to know the condition of a property or real estate they may be purchasing, leasing, or simply maintaining. Our commercial building inspections follow industry-accepted guidelines set by InterNACHI's Standards for Inspecting Commercial Properties: https://www.nachi.org/comsop.htm. These commercial inspection standards help both the commercial building inspector and the client to understand the scope agreed to for the inspection including the systems or areas to be inspected, and is used as a guide to develop said scopes and procedures.
Depending on client needs or accepted risks, and property types, some inspections can be fully technical requiring additional specialist contractors, or simply a general condition assessment utilizing one or two qualified commercial building inspectors. Of course each varying degree of inspection or assessment will incur various costs and time frames as agreed or negotiated between the commercial inspection company and the client or clients.
Once the inspection or Property Condition Assessment is completed, a written report (also known as the Property Condition Report or PCR) is compiled and delivered to the client within an acceptable time frame. The Property Condition Report may include such items as concerns observed, recommendations for repairs or further inspections. Our inspections will include any observations or recommendations concerning the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) but should not be interpreted as an Certified ADA compliant inspection.
Experienced commercial building owners, net lease occupants, and commercial property investors know the importance and benefits of hiring a qualified commercial building inspector to perform a Property Condition Assessment. Our inspectors are qualified and experienced to provide clients with the best service. 

Please Email Legacy.Flagstaff@gmail.com to request Commercial Property Proposals.