Get A Property Condition Assessment Done
For Your Commercial Building.
Perfectly Suited For Colorado Front Range Businesses.
A Property Condition Assessment (PCA) is a professional inspection of your property. It identifies what shape the roof is in and what kind of work, if any, should be done.
They’re invaluable for commercial property owners in the Colorado Front Range area (especially after storms pass through). We have specialists who can quickly ascertain the situation, make spot-on repairs when possible, or take you through a detailed process depending on your needs.
They typically take three days to submit after our specialists are able to perform an assessment. Of course, it depends on the size of your commercial property and scope of need work. When internally reviewed on your end by boards, it can take longer. But we don’t move until all permissions are in order. They’re also great for preventative work and helping with insurance companies.
We’re used to dealing with claims and go to bat for our customers!
Our Tiers Of PCA Response
For General Commercial Buildings
Even if the roof looks good and no work needs to be done, your PCA will let you know how it’s holding up. On the other hand, if there’s trouble, our PCA is different for each Tier Of Service Response – Repair, Maintenance, and Replacement.
Let’s imagine a storm has passed through the greater Denver area. You’ve called us to have one of our specialists inspect for damage, and they outlined repairs that needed to get done before there’s further degradation of the roof.
Time & Materials (T&M) With A Not-To-Exceed Dollar Amount
Once we’ve established what needs to be done and agreed on a NTE dollar amount, we’ll send an experienced in-house crew out in a well-stocked company van.
- If the Repair Crew determines they can complete repairs for less than the NTE, they’ll go ahead and get them done for you right then and there.
- If they believe the repair WILL exceed the NTE, they’ll contact your Project Manager with details, who will then reach out to seek approval.
If the Project Manager can’t secure approval within roughly 15-20 minutes, our Repair Crew will submit an estimate to your Property Manager and head out to their next job.
Now let’s talk about the different kinds of estimates you can get.
An Estimate With Pictures
With this kind of PCA, we send a dedicated Project Manager to your property to investigate the situation. Their job is to determine the best, most cost-effective, and long-lasting solution and submit an estimate to you with supportive photos you can inspect.
A Photobook Estimate
Here, we send a dedicated Project Manager to investigate your building(s) and see what’s happening. Then, rather than handing you a handful of photos, they’ll submit their estimate with a “photo only” report with images corresponding to each line item.
What’s nice is this serves as a visual scope of work for your project and “before” photos to compare workmanship once we’ve finished.
Commercial PCA With Estimate Or Budgeting Numbers
Our customers often request these kinds of PCAs during Due Diligence and Acquisitions.
In this situation, your Project Manager agrees to the scope of the inspection with your Property Manager first, then comes and checks out the building’s exterior. They’ll document their findings in a line-item report and provide professional recommendations with an estimate for immediate and/or future work.
You get high-def (4K-resolution) imagery and video documenting the current condition of your commercial building’s exterior. This way, when the next severe weather event hits, you’ve got rock-solid before & after visuals.
Storm Event Monitoring
Here, your commercial property is entered into a 24/7/365 storm event monitoring system which instantly notifies you when a severe weather event occurs. Then, we take to the skies with our drone for immediate follow-up visuals.
Example Of A Photobook Roof Analysis
For Local Colorado Front Range Apartments
Let’s look at an example of what you could expect if you owned an apartment building and contacted us to give you a PCA. As you can see in the Table Of Contents, this report includes:
- Inspection Request & Findings
- Recommendations & Pricing Information
- Information On How To Prepare For A Reroof
- A Site Map
- And Overview Photos