We help property owners, managers, buyers, and sellers.
Who are in need of a seawall Inspection.
So they can know the existing conditions of their seawall/retaining wall
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 seawall with an unbiased approach , then 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:
What is a Seawall Inspection?
This inspection analyzes the underwater conditions of seawalls.
A professional diver checks the seawall or near water structure’s
elevation, grading, soil properties, depth, materials, exposure to
hydraulic pressure and levels, stability and condition. Inspection
also include a comprehensive report, photograps, and video so the
client is up to date with every step of the process.
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What's Included In My Seawall Inspection Report
The photometric studies is done for the parking lots within the property being inspected. We measure the Light intensity using a hand-held light meter. The measurements are tested in foot-candles per square feet. The inspector will use this light meter in order to ensure that the existing building lights meet the minimum requirements of 2 foot-candles per square feet as per Miami- Dade
* Miami-Dade requires that parking lots contain a minimum of 2 foot-candles of light.
Only REQUIRED for properties in Miami-Dade County
Hire real professionals to perform your seawall inspections
Whether your seawall has just been recently finished 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 seawall inspection in order to produce an accurate representation of the status of your seawall, provide commentary, and ultimately lend the professional support you need to protect your structure and the building as well.
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 seawall inspection in order to facilitate your success.
Do I need to have my seawall inspected?
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, for your property and your safety as well. If left unchecked, there may be dire consequences that could’ve been prevented with this inspection.
What can I expect?
While the process appears fairly straightforward, you still want to guarantee you have an experienced team of professionals performing your seawall 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.