Maintenance Inspections

Maintenance Inspections

Including Annual, Deferred Maintenance or Triple-Net Lease Tie-Breakers

For landlords, tenants and property managers, routine maintenance inspections are invaluable when it comes to decision-making and budget-planning. NPI can assess any and all major components of your commercial building so that you can identify potential issues and keep your property in the best possible condition.

Annual Maintenance Inspections
As a property manager or landlord, one of the most important aspects of your job is to stay on top of building maintenance and repairs. With an NPI annual maintenance inspection, you can be confident that the major components of your property are in great condition. Our inspectors can assess a certain percentage of units in your multi-unit building and any and all major systems, such as HVAC, plumbing, electrical and more, to give you an accurate picture of the overall condition of your property.

A maintenance inspection is recommended annually for commercial properties to avoid structural or componential disasters. Detecting potential issues as soon as possible is key to ensuring your investment’s integrity.

Deferred Maintenance Inspections
“Deferred maintenance” refers to routine repairs that were previously delayed, typically for budgetary reasons. Maintenance projects that have been postponed can have big consequences for investors. Depending on the significance and extent of repairs needed, a deferred maintenance inspection can make all the difference when it comes to negotiating the best terms in the pre-purchase stage.

Triple-Net Lease Disputes (Tie-Breakers)
When a tenant and a building owner disagree on whether a roof-mounted air conditioner or other equipment component should be repaired or replaced, National Property Inspections can perform an inspection of the component in question and act as an impartial tie-breaker.