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As a property owner, you know it’s essential to provide a safe and functional living or working space for your tenants. However, unforeseen problems can arise, leading to costly repairs and unhappy tenants. That’s why proactive property inspections are crucial to prevent issues before they turn into significant problems.

Let’s discuss the different types of inspections you should do before a problem occurs and how they can protect your investment. These tips will help you ensure that your property remains safe, functional, and in good condition, ultimately keeping your tenants happy.

Electrical Inspections

Electrical issues can lead to property damage, tenant injuries, or even death. That’s why electrical inspections are crucial for any property, especially if the property is older. Hire a licensed electrician to inspect your electrical system and ensure all wiring, outlets, and circuit breakers are up to code. This will help prevent electrical fires and keep your tenants safe and happy.

Plumbing Inspections

Plumbing issues, such as water leaks, can cause significant damage to your property if not detected early. Schedule regular plumbing inspections to ensure your plumbing system is working correctly and that there are no leaks or blockages. A plumbing inspection will provide peace of mind and prevent costly water damage.

HVAC Inspections

Your property’s heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system plays a critical role in occupant comfort and safety. Regular HVAC inspections help identify issues and provide you with the opportunity to repair them before they cause a significant issue. During an inspection, a professional technician will check for leaks, test air quality, and identify any potential problems.

Structural Inspections

The structural integrity of your property is essential for tenant safety and property value. A structural inspection will evaluate the building’s foundation, walls, floors, and roof to identify any potential issues that can lead to extensive damage. It’s essential to hire a licensed contractor with experience in structural inspections to ensure accuracy.

Pest Inspections

Pest infestations can lead to property damage, tenant health problems, and legal issues. Regular pest inspections help prevent infestations and identify problems early on. An experienced pest control professional will check for signs of pest activity and provide recommendations for pest prevention and control.


Proactive property inspections are essential to protect your investment and keep your tenants happy. By performing regular inspections, you can identify potential problems and address them before they turn into costly repairs or legal issues. Electrical, plumbing, HVAC, structural, and pest inspections should be part of your regular maintenance routine, ensuring that your property remains safe, functional, and valuable. Remember to hire licensed professionals with experience in their respective areas to ensure accurate and reliable inspections. Don’t wait until something goes wrong – start scheduling inspections today and enjoy peace of mind knowing your property is up to code and in good condition.

How can SPM help?

At Spearhead Property Management Ltd., we have partnered with building component specialists. With all clients, new and ongoing, we assemble a team of these specialists to inspect every element of your property. With all the informaiton gathered, we can give you an accurate report that can be utilized to create a custom capital investment plan. This plan becomes the vision and direction of your property for maintenance, upgrades projects and financial goals.

Further more, we started in the industrial marketplace. Quite frankly, we specialize in the industrial property sector and intend to continue to do so. If you want your industrial property managed well, call us today to see what we can do for you.

Create an RFP today and let’s start the process.

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