Pre-Lease Inspection for the Landlord or the renter.
Four-Point inspection for insurance qualification.
Loss/Damage Documentation Inspection
First mortgage inspection
Construction payout verification
New Construction Inspection
Infrared Thermal imaging inspection
Residential Inspection Services
Our structural engineers evaluate thousands of buildings around the country every year, providing a wide range of structural investigation and forensic services for distressed properties and structural failures. Our investigation techniques draw on decades of technical experience and the latest building science and engineering standards. Investigation services are often a key component to pre-purchase surveys, Property Condition Assessments, financial transactions and construction litigation claims disputes.
Our structural rehabilitation services provide a comprehensive package with our structural and seismic evaluation services. Our engineers design customized solutions based on a marriage of the performance objectives of the owner, lender or insurer. Our seismic rehabilitation services include retrofits of multi-family, commercial office and light-industrial buildings, as well as performance based seismic retrofitting according to ASCE 41 and the International Existing Building Code. Other design and rehabilitation services include distressed foundation and super structure repair.
Structural Property Inspection
Structural Forensic Investigation
Structural Rehabilitation / Strengthening Retrofit
Distressed Foundation Evaluation and Repair
Superstructure Evaluation and Repair
Commercial Inspection Services
A residential inspection is performed on homes with Five or fewer dwelling units. At City Inspections, our residential inspections are performed in accordance with the California Real Estate Inspection Association (CREIA) Standards
The purpose of the inspection is to provide you with information regarding the general condition of the property. Keep in mind that a home inspection is a general survey and basic operation of these systems and excludes systems or components which are not easily accessible. To read more about what is included or excluded from a home inspection according to the CREIA Standards.
What the Inspector Will Examine:
Foundation, basement, and under-floor areas
Heating and cooling
Pool and spa equipment (Extra)
Other Services We Provide
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Safety concerns for fire & other hazards
Cost estimates for repairs and modifications
Annual maintenance costs
Accessibility Analysis and Recommendations
Parking Facilities Inspection and Report
Recreational Facilities Inspection
Sewer Line Inspections
Radon and Asbestos testing
Give us a call to schedule an appointment today: (714)-983-4663 or (323)-484-4545. or fill out the form located here.
Our commercial inspections are performed in accordance with the California Real Estate Inspection Association standards.
The purpose of the inspection is to provide you with information regarding the general condition of the property. Keep in mind that a commercial property inspection is a general survey and basic operation of these systems and excludes systems or components which are not easily accessible. To find out more about what is included or excluded from an inspection according to California Real Estate Inspection Association standards, visit their website at www.creia.org.
Types of buildings inspected:
The inspector will examine:
Air conditioning and ventilation
Site work and drainage of property
Structural frame and building envelope