Our common area inspection service provides objective, knowledgeable reporting to help condominium owners address the building’s needs, prioritize repairs, then make recommendations for regular maintenance. Most important, advice from JBS is independent, without the singular bias that often comes with a contractor who has just one area of expertise.
The JBS Common Area Inspection report includes documented images of the following:
• Interior doors, staircases, and entryways
• Roof System
• Exterior siding
• Attached and Detached Garages
• Structural Systems
• Heating System
• Air Conditioning Systems
• Plumbing System
• Electrical System
We hired JBS Home Inspections to do a Common Area (roof, basement & exterior) inspection of our six-family condominium building in Cambridge, because we are self-managed and not well-versed in the upkeep of a 100-year old building; we couldn’t be happier with our decision! In order to decide how much to raise the condo fees, we needed an itemized list of the immediate and potential repairs to be done. That list is exactly what we got, including helpful pictures from the inspector, Alex Steinberg. Alex let us follow him throughout the inspection and gave us detailed explanations of our building’s issues.
The report he sent afterward prioritized the repairs that needed to be done, including safety issues, and was astoundingly thorough. We highly recommend that self-managed condo associations get a Common Area Inspection report and that you have Alex Steinberg to be the man to do it.