This is a PARTIAL, easy-to-read, narrative, PCA report:

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    We mainly provide Property Condition Assessments for our clients. The scope of work for the typical Property Condition Assessment will be based upon the Client Company Scope of Work if any and the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) Standard E 2018-15.

    PCA - Property Condition Assessment  

    A Property Condition Assessment (PCA) is a comprehensive evaluation of the physical condition of a commercial property. It's typically performed by a professional inspector or engineer, who examines the building and its systems to identify any current or potential problems. The purpose of a PCA is to provide a detailed report on the property's condition, which can be used by prospective buyers, lenders, and property managers to make informed decisions about the property. The report typically covers areas such as the building's topogrophy, access and egress, structure, electrical and plumbing systems, HVAC, roof, exterior, parking lots, landscape, exterior lights and signage, foundation and framework. A PCA is an important tool for determining the necessary repairs, renovations, and future maintenance needs of a property, as well as for estimating the cost of these items. This report should only be written in a narrative style and always includes a Probable Cost Table. 

    Commercial Inspection

    At times we will provide a basic Commercial Inspection. We can discuss the scope of the inspection to make sure we're providing your needs and wants. 

    A commercial inspection is a thorough examination of a commercial property (e.g. office building, retail space, warehouse) to assess its physical condition, compliance with building codes, and overall functionality. The purpose of a commercial inspection is to identify any existing or potential problems that may impact the value, use, or safety of the property. The inspector typically examines the building's structure, electrical and plumbing systems, heating and cooling systems, roof, and exterior. The inspection report is then used by potential buyers, property managers, and lenders to make informed decisions about the property. This report can be written in either narrative or checkbox style.