1. Walk through the entire building and inspect it for any potential problems
This includes looking for any damage or problems with the walls, ceilings, windows, doors, electrical wiring, plumbing fixtures, drainage systems, roofing materials, and finishes/appliances.
2. Inspect the foundation of the building to make sure it is solid
The foundation should be checked for cracks, sinking, or other damage.
3. Check the walls and ceilings for any cracks or damage
Cracks in the walls or ceiling could indicate structural problems.
4. Inspect the windows and doors for proper installation and function
Windows and doors should be installed correctly and should open and close properly.
5. Make sure all electrical wiring is properly installed and up to code
Electrical wiring should be properly installed and up to code to ensure safety.
6. Check plumbing fixtures and drainage systems for leaks or other problems
Leaks in plumbing fixtures or drainage systems can cause water damage.
7. Inspect roofing materials for signs of wear or damage
Roofing materials should be inspected for signs of wear or damage such as missing shingles, curling, etc.
8. Verify that all finishes and appliances are installed correctly and functioning properly
Finishes (such as tile floors) and appliances (such as ovens) should be installed correctly and should function properly.
9. Test all safety systems, such as fire sprinklers and alarms, to ensure they are working properly
Safety systems should be tested to ensure they are working properly.
10. Have the building inspected by a licensed professional if there are any concerns about its safety or compliance with building codes
If there are any concerns about the safety of the building or its compliance with building codes, it is recommended to have it inspected by a licensed professional."