A Property Condition Assessment (PCA) is essentially the commercial version of a home inspection. A PCA is used by buyers, lenders, and sellers to evaluate the current condition of a property. The PCA includes evaluation of the major components of a property including building envelope, structural systems, HVAC systems, electrical systems, plumbing systems, and interior finishes. The PCA identifies deficiencies and provides a table of probable costs for Immediate Repairs, Short Term Repairs, and Replacement Reserves, typically for a ten year period.
I have worked with IES for several years and they are truly exceptional. They are very focused on the customer experience and have helped me with some last-minute rushes to ensure no issues with closings. Kerry and her team are a pleasure to communicate with and I highly recommend using them.
Salem Five Bank
I have had the pleasure of working with the IES team extensively over the past decade. They are professional, timely, friendly and pay extraordinary attention to detail. IES is my go-to resource for any level of environmental reporting from a simple Records Search to remediating complex contaminated properties. Their knowledge of environmental regulations and law is all encompassing. They are always able answer any question or recommend a pertinent course of action. You will not be disappointed if you chose to work with IES!
Granite State Development Corp.
IES, has been a pleasure to work with over the years I’ve been in lending! They are responsive, helpful, and always willing to go above and beyond in their explanations regarding the risks they assign. What is the most important to me, as a lender, is that they are on time with their reports and fair with their work and expectations.
East Boston Savings Bank
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