40 YEAR RECERTIFICATION

What is a 40 year recertification inspection?

When a building turns 40 years old, a mandatory inspection is required to ensure that the structure still meets safety standards and current building codes, and to identify areas that are in need of updating in order to bring the structure up to par. Every ten (10) years after that, you’ll have to get another re-inspection done for the same purpose, and to keep an eye on structures as they age and become more likely to show signs of disrepair.

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OUR 40 YEAR RECERTIFICATION REPORTS INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING INSPECTIONS:

Structural Inspection

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  • Condition of structural elements
  • Structural damage identification.
  • Repair estimate
  • Photography

Electrical Inspection

  • Condition of electrical equipment
  • Electrical violations 
  • Life-safety 
  • Photography

Illumination Inspection

  • Light intensity test
  • Existing lighting
  • Repair Estimate

40 YEAR RECERTIFICATION EXPERTS

We help property owners, manager, buyer and sellers.

Who are in need of a 40 Year Recertification Inspection.

So they can comply and satisfy their city’s and building departments required notice.

Unlike other inspection firms that can only provide an inspection report at best. We can provide our clients with a turn-key solution.

Our Solution is simple to inspect your building with an unbiased approach as per county mandated forms, then to identify all potential hazards if any exist and create a plan of action in order to tackle it within a reasonable time frame while not exceeding your budget.

WE MAKE IT EASY FOR YOU BY PROVIDING

Fast Quoting

A team member from our office will quickly generate a detailed proposal and send via email.

Easy Scheduling

Next, once you sign our proposal, we will quickly schedule your inspection and perform it.

Accurate Reporting

After, your inspection is completed we will provide a digital and hard copy of your report.

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WHAT MAKES US DIFFERENT

Hire real professionals to perform your building inspections

Whether your building is just celebrating its 40th birthday or if you have a century-old structure at hand, the experience and attention to detail that our professional inspector brings to the occasion is crucially important to the safety of your building, and the future of the structure itself.

Our Goals and Commitments To You 

Ultimately we all have the same goal — we want your buildings to be safe for occupancy and to have a long life. So if your inspector either doesn’t know what he’s looking at, or doesn’t know what to look for, or is simply looking for a passing inspection in order to skip out on prescribing the work required to bring your structure up to par — then the people in the building face a serious risk of danger, and your building may very well experience more rapid structural decay than if it received the service it needs.

We are Licensed and Experienced

Our licensed and experienced professional inspectors get the job done right — every time. We take the time to fully investigate every area of your building inspection in order to produce an accurate representation of the status of your building, provide commentary as to how to bring deficiencies up to code, and ultimately lend the professional support you need to protect your structure and the people in it.

Who we serve

Whether you’re part of a homeowner’s association, a property owner or manager, or even a private homeowner, we bring the same professional touch to your 40-year inspection in order to facilitate your success.

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FAQ

  • Do I have to get a 40-year building inspection?

    It may seem like too much of a hassle, or something that you could safely skip out on altogether. But it’s actually an absolute necessity, not only to remain compliant with current building codes and standards, but to also to guarantee the safety of the occupants therein. It’s not just a red tape matter — it really is about people’s safety.

    No matter the location or the materials or the environment, it’s inevitable that at some point, time will take its toll on any kind of building or structure. Not only that, but if you’ve made any kind of alterations to the building over the course of its 40 year lifetime, then an inspection will be required see if those alterations meet building codes and standards, and how to bring them up to code if they don’t.

    Even if that’s not enough to convince you — the fact is, your 40-year inspection is a legally required mandate. It’s not something that’s optional to you or anyone who owns or manages a 40-year-old building.

  • What can I expect?

    Your local or regional entity will provide you with a checklist of elements that must be inspected in order to guarantee safety and compliance with current codes. The inspection elements focus on matters of safety, not on matters of aesthetics — don’t worry if your building has outdated carpet or window shades. The inspection will be looking at things such as structural integrity and the electrical system — the things that actually determine whether a building is still safe.

    While the process appears fairly straightforward, you still want to guarantee you have an experienced team of professionals performing your 40-year inspection. The form itself makes it look very simple — it’s basically a checklist and a few blank areas for notes, observations and commentary.

    But in reality, your inspector must understand the intricate details of every element presented on the list. Failure to recognize the details could put the occupants in danger, and shorten the lifespan of the structure.

    Get in touch with us today to schedule your inspection or to find out more about our professional services.

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Types of buildings we Inspect

Medical Buildings

High-rise Apts

Historical Buildings

Education Facilities

Apartments

Religious Buildings

Restaurants

Warehouses