Due Diligence Property Inspections & Capital Improvement Plans
I now use
Thermal Imaging (IR) which is quite possibly the most important
technology to be used during Water Intrusion of Exterior Cladding
Inspections today! It allows me to detect items that would normally go
undetected through standard visual and moisture meter inspections.
For Water Intrusion through low pitch or flat roof
designs, Moisture Detection in walls and floors and Building Envelope
Analysis to locate points of moisture entry, Infrared Technology is an
invaluable tool to “see” what can’t be seen during visual inspections, and
in some cases, even during the sophisticated moisture detection equipment
process I use, due to exterior building substrate packages.
Specializing in Due Diligence Property Inspections and Capital Improvement Plans for Apartment and Condominium purchases or Condominium conversions. Serving the “South Puget Sound Region” to include Pierce, King, Kitsap, Lewis and Thurston counties, Washington state.
Chief Inspector Tony Parent has over 20 years experience, acting as a Development Company Architectural Representative and a Real Estate Investment Trust Capital Projects Manager. I have personally directed and inspected Due Diligence inspections of tens of thousands of units of apartment and condominium communities for various companies, such as Flournoy Development Company (Vice President of Physical Assets), Wellsford Residential Property Management (Vice President) and Equity Residential Property Management (Capital Projects Manager).
I have owned and operated Abode Specialist Inspection Services, LLC, since 2002. As an independent, licensed, insured and certified inspector and I will tailor my inspections and reporting procedures depending on the client’s requirements.
Multi-Family or Condominium Properties Capital Improvement Plans
For purchasers of Multi-family or Condominium properties who need to project future capital expenses I can provide accurate information by providing Capital Improvement Plans (from 1 to 20 years) based on the properties present conditions combined with future anticipated capital improvement requirements.
If you find that too often you are referred to other “professionals” by the typical inspection firm, causing additional inspection expenses, just skip that step and have Abode Specialist Inspection Services perform your inspection. When Wood Destroying Organisms, Mold Colonization, Stucco or EIFS Systems questions arise during a standard Due Diligence inspection I am the professional others refer to.
Contact Abode Specialist Inspection Services, LLC at (253) 209-0878 for pricing information.
Tony Parent - Chief Inspector