You’ve worked hard for everything you’ve already built and as a business owner; you don’t have time for the surprises that often come with that new location. Chances are you also understand first-hand about things like liability, public safety and stress.

Scheduling a Commercial-Based Business Inspection with us is a great step to mitigating those risks. During the inspection, we look to ensure your new facility not only meets local building codes but also provides the necessary safety for your employees and customers.

But we don’t stop there. We also identify inefficiencies in operating systems. In some cases, performing some simple maintenance can make a big difference in utility bills but in other cases, a total system may be near the end of its service life. Once you’re armed with the right information, you can make an informed decision and if you decide to move forward, adjust your offer accordingly.

You’re making a big investment with your purchase. Fill out our inspection questionnaire to schedule your inspection before finalizing the contract so you can focus on growing your business instead of dealing with unexpected surprises.

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Expeditious fees are applicable if extreme travel or quick timelines are expected. Our One Day Service is based on giving an Inspection Report 24-hrs after a site inspection. ODHI is not responsible for extreme conditions or severely damaged properties that cannot be inspected in a reasonable manner of time. Our responsibility ends with our property inspection reports. ODHI is not liable for unforeseen property damages or existing  property damages as well as investment losses. Our duty is to inspect and report in a reasonable sense of understanding. Our Inspection Reports are to be used to determine whether or not a house or building is valuable enough to purchase, sell or lease and or determine an offer or counteroffer value. We are not a guide for creating a Fair Market Value (FMV). Our Inspection Reports are to be used only as a guide to understand the overall condition of a house, building or structure. If purchasing, due diligence is the responsibility of the buyer or investors engaged in purchasing property. ODHI is not liable for unforeseen structural failures, foundation damage, electrical systems, plumbing systems or fixtures, framing, drywall, wood, stone, doors, windows, insulation, concrete, lighting, roofing and un-permitted, not to code structures and hardscapes or code violations. Our goal is to give a very accurate report of the current existing conditions of a property, house, building or structure and maintain ethical and prudent services to our clientele on demand.