About Us

About Us

Hiring a professional licensed Commercial General Contractor with a commercial inspection background is in your best interest. Inspecting commercial and industrial facilities in the Savannah area requires a specialized license and education that Home Inspectors do not have.

Our reports provide you with all the facts you need to make a sound and informed decision. We take our commercial property inspection reports seriously. A complete and thorough analysis of all the major building systems and components of the building is performed during every inspection.

  • 20 years experience as a Commercial General Contractor

  • Certified State Multi-trade Building Inspector

  • 10 years experience as a licensed Certified Building Official

  • NACHI Certified Commercial Inspector

  • Indoor Air Consultant Certified


  • Attics
    Includes: insulation, ventilation, trusses, strapping, tie downs, wiring attachments, and other visible related items. All attempts are made to access all areas of the attic when possible.

  • Foundation
    Includes: insulation, ventilation, posts, vapor barriers, utility attachment, structural items, floors and walls, and columns.

  • Heating and Cooling Systems
    Includes: air handler, air cleaning parts, duct work, electronic testing, air conditioner and line sets, and other visible related HVAC components.

  • Plumbing and Fixtures
    Includes: water pressure, water distribution system, hose bibs, sinks and faucets, bath/showers and toilets, sanitary system, and other plumbing system components

  • Overall Structure
    We evaluate the structural components from the roof to the foundation.

  • Water Intrusion
    Water intrusion can be a serious matter on commercial facilities.

  • And much more!

  • Roof
    Includes: shingles, flashings, chimneys, vents, trim and gutters, drip edges, skylights, downspouts, and other visible roof related items. We walk every roof when possible for a more thorough roof inspection, unlike many other commercial property inspection companies. The inspector will determine on site whether a roof is not walk-able due to pitch, material conditions or weather conditions

  • Electrical Systems
    Includes: service entry and clearances, service panel, switches and outlets, GFCI, AFCI circuits, visible wiring and junction boxes, grounding system and other related electrical components.

  • Exterior
    Includes: siding, windows, doors, vents, soffit, fascia, entryways and other visible exterior related components.

  • Interior
    Includes: floors and ceilings, walls, stairs (if applicable) and banisters, cabinets, built-in appliances and other visible interior related components.

  • Grading and Drainage
    To ensure that the site has acceptable grading and drainage.


“Michael, I just wanted to thank you for the recent commercial inspection of the restaurant that I was under contract to purchase. Due to you uncovering many structural defects as well as the environmental issues at this location that would have cost me tens of thousands to fix, I have decided not to purchase this building and am aggressively looking for a new location. And of course you will be the first person I call. Thank you again!”

Jay Nguyen

“Great report! I did not notice the scorching on the insulation in the mechanical room until I received your report. The sellers have agreed to install Type X drywall to prevent scorching from the gas fired appliance in that location. They have been trying to figure this out for years! Awesome job!”

Pete Justice

“Michael, I wanted to thank you for your work. I was impressed to see that you actually performed a full roofing inspection and how detailed your report was. Thank you.”

Athens Tire Corporation