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HOME INSPECTOR USA services the following counties: Sumter, Lake, Alachua and Marion.
We are a local "INDEPENDENT" professional Home Inspection, Mold Inspection and Commercial Inspection company working "ONLY" for your best interest. We do "NOT" participate in any Real Estate Company Vendor's Program List" nor do we have any association with local building contractors or lending institutions. "Price is what you pay, Value is what you get" Our client is FIRST and will always be FIRST! Our principal Mr. John M. Acaron is a Board Certified Master Home Inspector, Engineer, State of Florida Licensed Home Inspector and State of Florida Licensed Mold Assessor.
We use the latest technology & equipment and national certified and accredited laboratories in the USA (AIHA EMLAP, ISO 17025 compliant). HOME INSPECTOR USA (Home) office is located in The Villages & Gainesville, Florida.
Commercial Real Estate purchases deal in money. The basic question is "How much?" How much can I make on this investment? This is what the commercial real estate buyer is looking at: the bottom line. How much will it cost to install the new heating and AC system it needs, the new roof, how much can I make on the new rents? And on and on.
With commercial real estate inspections we are usually looking at what is going to have to be done in the next five years. Does the roof look like it will last at least five more years with normal maintenance? Can the heating system get by? Does the electrical need to be upgraded due to the change in use of the building? Those sorts of questions are the usual focus. This is always tempered with consulting the buyer to find out what it is they are looking for and what their particular concerns are.
We are constantly looking at a home from a performance standpoint. Does the water get hot in the bathroom in a reasonable amount of time? Will you get scalded when the toilet is flushed if you are in the shower? Do the windows open properly, do you have enough plugs, and on and on with a home.
With a commercial real estate inspection we are looking at life spans of the five major systems: electrical, plumbing, heating and AC, roofing and structure. The focus of a commercial inspection is usually much more on the major systems than the interior cosmetic issues. If the carpet is a bit worn in a commercial inspection we will note it but the buyer usually does not really care. He wants to know What do I have to spend money on now or in the near future on this place?
With commercial inspections we stress the industry standards for life expectancies. These can vary greatly depending on the system and the quality of the original construction but generally speaking the industry standards for electrical systems is if it is approx 50 years old or older it is time to upgrade it, plumbing is approx. 40-60 years depending on many variables, commercial roofing is usually a flat roof and these for the most part are approx. 10-15 years. Heating and AC systems that are roof mounted are approx. 15-17 years of expected life. The structure is the biggest variable. These can last from 70-100+ years depending on many things.
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