Do I Need a Reserve Study for My Commercial Condo Complex?

April 22, 2022 | Condo Inspection

Are you prepared for the future in the event of unexpected repairs or extra maintenance that your condo complex may need? There could be an issue with the pool, the roofing system, or a community area that you may not discover until it’s too late and the repairs are considerably expensive. A reserve study performed by Bryan & Bryan Inspections will help you avoid these types of problems and many more. 

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3 Types of Commercial Inspections for Apartments and Condos

July 1, 2021 | Commercial Inspection

Purchasing a condominium building or apartment complex is a significant financial investment. Before you purchase, sell, or make any major financial decisions regarding these multi-family buildings, it’s important to have all the information regarding their condition. Bryan & Bryan Inspections specializes in these types of evaluations, providing you with the detailed information you need to make the best decision for you and your business. 

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3 FAQs About Condo Inspections

April 15, 2021 | Condo Inspection

Are you planning to sell your condominium or seriously considering the purchase of a new condo? The team at Bryan & Bryan Inspections highly recommends you schedule a condo inspection before signing on the dotted line. We receive many questions about our professional condo inspections. The three questions below are some of our most frequently asked questions about condominium inspections.

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What’s Included in a Condo Inspection?

July 13, 2020 | Condo Inspection

Are you in the market for a condo in the Woodlands area? While many construction elements of a condo are regulated by a homeowners association (HOA), a condo inspection is still a valuable step in the home buying process. There are many common components among a single-family home and condo that need to be inspected, such as the roof, walls, ceilings, floors, and interior utilities. In this blog post, we’ll be sharing how the certified inspectors at Bryan & Bryan Inspections perform thorough and meticulous inspections for condominiums.RoofAlthough an HOA is typically responsible for the exterior portion of a condominium, the roof still needs to be inspected by a professional. If there is access to the roof, our inspectors will perform a detailed evaluation of this area. If the roof is not accessible, they will use other methods such as drones, thermal imaging, or other creative methods.Walls, Ceilings, & FloorsWalls, … Continued

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