Maryland Commercial


Your Commercial Building Inspector in Maryland

You can rely on Delmarva Building Inspections for an accurate assessment of your commercial property in Maryland. You will benefit from our extensive understanding of structural irregularities, building defects, and other possible flaws anytime you utilize our services. Are you ready to rent, buy, lease, or sell business property with confidence? We have the commercial building inspector to guard your interests by completing an in-depth building inspection. We will give you the information you need to make the best decisions about your property. In addition, our team of building inspectors is ready to move on short notice.

Licensed, Certified Residential & COMMERCIAL
Building INSPECTORS #33884

Our Team Of Building Inspectors Are Committed To Top-Notch Service

We are a team of highly qualified, licensed, bonded, and insured commercial building inspectors in Maryland. We're ready to inspect any commercial building, including highrises, offices, factories, multi-family homes, shopping centers, and other commercial structures. Your report is usually ready for review 24 hours after our assessment. Our team is committed to assisting you in locating the information you need. Therefore, call us to get the value and services you need from a certified commercial building inspector in Maryland.  

Your Clients Will Receive Assurance and Peace of Mind From the Results of the Property Inspection

We aim to provide you and your client peace of mind when selling or purchasing a commercial building, particularly if you're a commercial property real estate company. Whether we find areas of neglect or a facility in excellent condition, the building inspection report will provide owners with the necessary assurances. We also give our clients access to any business structure's positive and negative physical aspects.

Additionally, we know from previous experience that many building owners require an assessment with no time to spare. Nonetheless, we aim to satisfy that promptness, accuracy, and knowledge you would anticipate from a top-tier building inspection service.

What Makes Us the Best Commercial Building Inspection Company in Maryland? 

The adage, "Education is the key to opening all the doors of the unknown," is what commercial building inspections are about. Finding out what is unknown about a structure is the main goal of a building inspection. Our commercial building inspectors in Maryland are the best in the industry, and we have the credentials to set ourselves apart from the competition.

  • Maryland State Contractor License #79009
  • Delaware State Contractor License #2016600660
  • Maryland State Residential Home Inspector #33884 
  • Delaware State Residential Home Inspector #H4-0010181
  • FAA Certified Unmanned Aerial System Pilot) 10387655 - 20220831-00677
  • Certified Private Pilot with Instrument Rating 
  • OSHA HAZWOPER #183328 
  • IICRC Water Damage Restoration Technician, 
  • InterNACHI Certified Professional Building Inspector (CPI), NACHI 61092825
  • FAA Part 107 Certificate
  • Certified Supervisor For EPA AHERA (Asbestos Abatement)
  • Maryland Certified Mold Inspector
  • Delaware Certified Mold Inspector 

Testing for

The uranium decay cycle produces radon, a naturally occurring radioactive gas. It's an inert gas with no flavor, color, or smell. Radon can easily infiltrate through fractures in the building's foundation and other openings. It can also enter your house with other soil gases through cracks in the ground. Learn More.


We visually evaluate a structure's components that are easily accessible and offer crucial details about the state of the building. The inspection report will document your structure's presence of organisms and pests that damage wood. Learn More

Water Quality

Testing for undesired substances in well water involves looking for pesticides, lead, mercury, atrazine, and arsenic. Our specialists are usually informed in advance about these toxins, especially if they are an issue in the area. Learn More

Sewer Line

A sewer scope camera examination of the lateral sewage pipe linking the home to your city's main line or a septic tank is carried out, often at or near the foundation of your property. Lateral sewer system issues can be found and identified via sewage camera inspections. Learn More


Drones are increasingly utilized to quickly, safely, and accurately scan roofs while reducing the expense of calculating or measuring the rooftops. This makes it feasible to obtain useful data that, depending on the business, you may use in a variety of ways. Learn More

Lead Hazard

An on-site inspection, risk assessment, and clearance inspection is completed upon request to determine the existence or amount of lead-based paint or lead hazards in a public building. Learn More


Are you buying, selling, or leasing a new building? Then it's time to have the inspected before moving forward. A mold inspection should be at the top of the list when assessing a building; however, in most cases, it must be requested as part of the inspection. Learn More


Thermal imaging plays an important role in home inspections as it identifies temperature variations in structural elements. This technology unveils concealed problems, delivering a thorough evaluation of a property's overall condition. Learn More

Licenses & Certifications


How Will The Commercial Building Inspector Navigate Your Building?

Every project starts with a plan. Everyone is aware that neglecting to plan is a surefire way to fail. The planning process starts as soon as we establish contact and finishes when the customer has received their final report. Every commercial inspection gets customized to the customer's needs. The customer will only pay for what he requires from the inspection.  After meeting with the property owners or the property management group, we create a plan for the building inspector or inspectors. 

It's Wise To Hire A Commercial Building Inspector In Maryland

The lessor can protect their property and have peace of mind by ordering a pre-lease building inspection.  No matter who you are—the building owner, the leasing company, the lender, the property manager, or the tenant—a commercial property inspection can give you a thorough and accurate evaluation of your property to help you make the best decisions. Consequently, your building inspection may help you receive the best credit terms, optimize your investment, and reduce risk. Additionally, a commercial building inspector can help you determine the benefits and drawbacks of any business property by providing you with an accurate report. 

We Serve Commercial and Industrial Structures

In the area of commercial property inspections, we are highly skilled, so if you have any questions regarding your business property inspection, call us immediately. We'll provide you with the answers you're looking for.


How Much Will It Cost For A Commercial Building Inspector?

Never are two inspections the same. Every building inspection requires a different approach because of building variations, age, and environmental exposure. Additionally, unlike residential inspections, which are frequently estimated based on square footage, your business inspection focuses on specific building areas. Each commercial property inspection, for instance, is customized to the needs of the building being inspected. 

Is It Wise For Both the Lessee and the Lessor to Have a Commercial Property Inspection?

Do you have any plans to sign a lengthy lease? Both the lessee and the lessor may benefit from a pre-lease inspection. A pre-lease inspection by a third party also offers the lessee a number of benefits. First, it will ensure that all the parts—including the plumbing, fittings, and electrical are functional for the intended use.  The lessee may be shielded from liability for existing flaws or early component failure by being aware of the property's state and its components before taking possession.

The Lessor Has Advantages As Well

Another benefit of a pre-lease inspection is for the lessor. Before leasing, the property should be in a baseline state so that owners may recover expenses for damage done while the renters were occupying the property. In addition, a property assessment can be referred to by owners to determine and keep track of the maintenance requirements placed on tenants.


We inspect the following:

  • Commercial and industrial structures
  • Office buildings and tilt-ups
  • Office buildings and tilt-up complexes, and trailer parks
  • Strip malls and retail establishments
  • Hotels and restaurants
  • Churches and other religious institutions
  • Schools, colleges, and childcare centers
  • An assisted-living facility
  • Storage and warehousing

The Delmarva Building Inspections Can Help!

If you want a commercial building inspector in Maryland, get in touch with the experts at Delmarva Building Inspections. Our accurate, comprehensive report on any commercial building inspection will meet any client's expectations.

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Licensed, Certified Residential & COMMERCIAL Building INSPECTORS