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Prior to signing a long-term lease, a future tenant has the right to know whether or not the building is in need of major repairs such as a new roof or an upgraded electrical service. At the end of their lease, a tenant should order a commercial building inspection to document the condition of their unit at the time of vacancy. Otherwise, your long-term lease may hold you responsible for many or all repairs to their unit.
Similarly, landlords often rely on commercial building inspections prior to tenant occupancy and after tenant vacancy. Our unbiased Golden Star commercial inspection provides documented proof of all damages, determining potential repair costs or eligibility for a deposit refund.