The inspection of manufacturing, industrial, or some office spaces, often include a loading dock feature. This is the means for which deliveries flow to and from the building. Industrial or shipping buildings could have dozens of docks spread across the building campus. A professional commercial building inspector has to have an understanding of how a […]
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Package HVAC Units – RTU’s The packaged HVAC unit is also called a RTU (roof top unit). This is a unit where the heating and air conditioning are both contained in the same assembly. These are called RTU’s because they are most often located on the roof, but can also be installed on the ground […]
RTU’s are the most common HVAC system found on commercial buildings.
Cybercriminals have become quite savvy in their attempts to lure people in and get you to click on a link or open an attachment. Know the Basics Keep your business safe by reviewing the following tips: Spam is the electronic equivalent of junk mail. The term refers to unsolicited, bulk – and often unwanted – email. Phishing attacks […]
A commercial inspector should be talking with their clients about the project and through this talk establish the expectations and scope of the project.
Property Condition Assessments With The BrickKicker Property Condition Assessments, you will feel more confident purchasing or leasing a commercial property for your place of business. We have a full-time dedicated and certified team of inspectors available to help you and your clients with your commercial inspection needs. The BrickKicker is committed to excellence and being your consultant throughout your […]
“Occupancy Load” refers to the number of people permitted in a building at one time based on the building’s floor space and function. The occupancy load must be posted on signs and publicly available. To exceed occupancy load or fail to post-occupancy load signs in the required places can result in fines and is a […]
Fire alarm systems are designed to protect people and their property from fire and smoke, but they cannot be relied upon unless they are routinely inspected by professionals. Regular inspection and maintenance also reduce expenses by preventing unbudgeted emergency repairs and costly false alarms. Fire Alarm Systems Can Be Damaged Commercial fire safety systems can be […]
Most States, but not all, require a home inspector to have some form of credentialing. This could be a state issued license or a state sanctioned registration but, very few if any, require a license to provide commercial property to building inspections. It is for this reason you should do your research before choose your […]