NH & MA Commercial Inspections
In Paul Maida's career, he has inspected a wide range of properties while performing New Hampshire and Massachusetts Commercial Inspections. Churches, Museums and large Industrial Buildings, Strip Malls, Retail Outlets and Multi-Family Homes are only some of the New Hampshire and Massachusetts Commercial Inspections he has performed. Maida Services NH & MA Commercial Inspection clients include lessees, investors, owners and sellers.
MA & NH Commercial Property Inspections are performed by the owner of Maida Services, Inc., Paul Maida. Paul Maida's experience performing full service NH & MA property inspections spans more than 30 years (see his credentials).
In order to provide the most accurate quotation for your NH or MA Commercial Inspection Service, we ask that you Contact Us and provide:
- A full description of the property (i.e. an MLS #, a listing sheet, or the address of the property)
- Year of construction
- The current usage of the building
- Is any portion of the building currently occupied?
- Number of units and the number of floors
- Dimensions of the building
- Types of roof(s) - flat or pitched?
- Number and location of Heating System units
- Number and location of Air Conditioning units
- Number of Washrooms
- Exterior Materials (Brick, Wood, Etc.)
- Description of Foundation(s), Basement(s) and Attic(s)
As each NH or MA Commercial Inspection is unique, when you receive a quotation for your MA or NH Commercial Inspection, it will include the inspector's estimated on-site inspection time and, when your completed NH or MA Commercial Inspection report will probably be available.
In your quest to find a New Hampshire or Massachusetts Commercial Inspector, we hope that you will compare education, experience and the talent of the inspector as well as the time spent with you during the scheduling process, on-site and the time the inspector invests in generating a quality report.
The on-site time for the inspector at a NH or MA Commercial Inspection varies on the description of the commercial property. We do encourage our client to be present for (at least part of) the NH or MA commercial inspection procedure. Our inspector looks for evidence of structural defects, cracks in foundations, roof leaks, moisture, water penetration, rot, carbon monoxide, mold, UFFI (urea formaldehyde foam insulation), asbestos, pests, insect infestation (i.e. termites, carpenter ants, carpenter bees and powder post beetles), plumbing leaks, unsafe electrical, components that require maintenance, repairs that were not performed correctly, cracks in chimneys, evidence of fire, ventilation, insulation, siding defects, proper grading and drainage, window and door defects, and more.
The Inspector will provide you with a verbal report of his inspection findings on site and/or a "call back" consultation and guided tour of his findings (for an additional fee) if our client cannot be present. MA & NH Commercial Inspection reports usually include a detailed Summary of Deficiencies, custom narrative comment and considerable digital colored photography.
The MA or NH commercial inspection and photographic report does not include any of the commercial business equipment located on the premises and we do not provide any engineering reports. However, we will report on the condition of the property at the time of the MA or NH commercial inspection as well as, any deficiencies of the structural, electromechanical systems and components.