1. Building codes
Local building codes must be followed to ensure that the property meets safety and quality standards set by the city.
2. Fire safety
Fire extinguishers, smoke detectors, and other fire protection measures should be checked regularly to make sure they are working properly and up-to-date.
3. Electrical systems
Electrical wiring should be inspected for any damage or deterioration that could cause a hazard, and any outdated electrical fixtures should be replaced with more efficient ones.
4. Plumbing systems
Check plumbing systems for leaks or blockages, as well as ensure that they meet all safety guidelines related to the use of water in buildings.
5. Exterior conditions
The exterior of the property should be examined for any signs of damage or deterioration and necessary repairs should be made as soon as possible.
6. Interior conditions
All interior spaces should be checked for any structural defects, proper ventilation, and cleanliness.
Any trees, shrubs, or other landscaping features present on the property must be inspected for their health and safety standards.
8. Pest control
Regularly inspect all areas of the building to ensure that no pests are present, such as rodents or insects. If found, appropriate measures should be taken immediately to eliminate them from the premises.
9. Security systems
Make sure that security systems such as CCTV cameras and motion sensors are functioning properly.
10. Waste management
All waste should be disposed of by local regulations, and all bins must be regularly emptied to prevent potential infestations or health hazards.