When potential tenants are looking for a lease/rental property, the overall appearance, upkeep, cleanliness and appeal of the community is a major factor.

Most property maintenance personnel are overwhelmed with work to notice the small things an inspector has an eye for. There will most likely be some areas in need of repair or upkeep.


When should an inspection be done?

  • End of lease contract.
  • Before the tenant moves out.
  • Before new tenants move in.

What will the inspector look for?

In cases where there has been a vacancy between tenants, or a new tenant is moving in to the property. The inspectors commonly look for items such as:

  • Leaks
  • Rodent infestation
  • Cracked tiles.
  • Broken exterior lighting.
  • Non-working smoke detectors
  • Dampness or mold
  • Leaky faucets or pipes
  • Broken appliances

When an inspection is done this establishes a “baseline” with the new tenants and property managers. It is crucial to catch damage or disrepair early to avoid bigger problems later. A tiny leak could cause tremendous damage and require lots of time and money to fix if left untreated. A few bugs could lead to an infestation in no time.  


Whether you own the rental property or manage it for someone else, you want your business to be successful. Having a well-maintained property is a win for all involved.

J&G Inspection Services offers inspections for rental properties, occupied properties, and unoccupied properties. Contact us today for more information.




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