#1 Commercial Real Estate Building Inspections Boise Idaho
"ASHI & ICC" CERTIFIED Building Inspections
Testing & Measurement Certifications, CAZ, EPA, PTCS, BA, itc,
Ensure the integrity of your building construction by the experts at Building Analyst Group Inc. Building Analyst Group provides a full line of Building inspection services & testing commercial buildings.
Our success can be attributed to our commitment to provide our clients with the highest level of responsiveness and communication. We focus our efforts on obtaining a clear and concise understanding of our client’s objectives and goals, then specifically tailoring our services to exceed them by maximizing our efficiency
Our clients receive the up most positive experience with us. Why?
The knowledge with years of experience we deliver far exceeds the common home inspectors ability
Custom designed engineered inspection templates
We include more photos and report on facts
We do not rush our inspections to get to the next inspection
Our focus is to provide the client with clear unbiased reports
We are state licensed and nationally certified
We are certified to offer building inspection condition reports “testing”, our competition does not!
Our level of certified inspections include ICC building codes, ASHI building inspections, itc, EPA, BA, CAZ, PTCS testing.
We have deadcaded years of experience and thousands of hours invested in certification courses to meet the requirements. We feel it is necessary to devote the time in this industry. We take commercial infrastructures seriously!
In business for 19 years as a general contractor, prior to that I have worked with some of the best building trade organizations in the country. Our knowledge and experience came from honorable and knowledgeable professional building trade organizations that anyone would be proud of.
Building Analyst Group Inc, offers commercial building inspections and we offer more services than our competitors. With nearly 30 years in the building trades our focus is to provide the consumer with satisfactory & professional services.
Our Commercial Building Inspections comply with the scope of work specified in ASTM E2018 and includes a comprehensive visual inspection of the building's construction including the following:
Building structure and foundation
Roof condition and remaining useful life
Electrical panels and wiring
Plumbing fixtures and piping
Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems
Elevators and conveyance systems
Landscape, irrigation, site grading & drainage
Our background & certifications as a building analyst allows us to conduct testing on mechanical equipment, HVAC-R equipment and duct systems airflow balancing, electrical, air quality, thermal barriers, air curtains, gas / oil fired commercial appliances. In addition we provide "CAZ" Combustion Appliance Zone Testing, building pressure testing, soil & water testing. We feel that our clients need to know the condition and environmental concerns before signing any contracts.
Building Analyst Group uses the latest technology and equipment and can perform inspections efficiently, without disturbing worksites.
We respond quickly and are priced fairly and accurately.
Building Analyst Group handles just about any test seamlessly—from vacant buildings to multi-billion dollar office towers.
We have a Building Science background.
We enjoy troubleshooting building environmental issues.
We utilize the latest technology & testing instruments.
We have worked in many states across our great country in many types of climate zones.
Our extensive experience inspecting commercial buildings uniquely qualifies us to inspect even the largest buildings. Some may believe that if a licensed home inspector knows how to inspect the average typical home and they are also capable of inspecting any type, size, or age of property. This can be a costly misconception. It is important to choose an inspector whose skill set matches the complexity of the home. Systems commonly found in commercial buildings are typically more complicated than most inspectors are capable of handling.
Commercial Property Inspections
Building materials like lead, mold and asbestos are often hidden in the recesses of buildings, or under layers of subsequent renovation and refinishing. If you or your environmental consultant do not know what to look for regarding a commercial property inspection, then toxic materials might be easily overlooked – which is very problematic and hazardous.
Support Beams Are The Backbone Of The Building
HVAC-R Equipment Inspections.
Restaurant Equipment Testing & Inspections
Mechancial Equipment & Venting. Efficentcy Counts!
Weld joints on existing buildings should be reviewed.
Interior & Exterior Lighting. High Cost Of Electric Usage. We conduct energy assessments and have conducted hundreds of commercial installs.
Commercial Roofs Are Costley.
Medical Facilities Pressure Testing. Keeping Airborn Germs In Check.
C-Stores & Gas Station Inspections.
Whole Building or System Approach
Most of our clients request a standard narrative Property Condition Report. The narrative report discusses each building system and will describe all of the significant concerns or defects that were found during the inspection. There are two main approaches in designing an inspection; the whole building approach and the systems approach.
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Experience in commercial office buildings, retail properties/strip malls, restaurants, schools, multi-plexes and apartments
Commercial inspections adhere to the ASHI SOP
Custom computer generated narrative inspection report with photos
Locally owned and operated with a full time professional office staff
Experience The Difference
Building Analyst Group Inc provides clients with the necessary due diligence information to make an informed decision to purchase a property.
Document review, research and interview with the current owner
Thorough walk-through survey of the property to gather additional information for due diligence
Observation of typical systems, including: grounds, site, parking lot, utilities, structure and building envelop, mechanical and electrical systems, interior components and roof
Preparation of Property Condition Report (PCR) with photos based on the information obtained from the interview, document research and walk-through survey
PCR identifies the physical deficiencies* and probable costs for the suggested remedies, outlined in an Executive Summary
Physical deficiencies are conspicuous defects or material deferred maintenance of a subject property’s systems, components, or equipment. Typically, this excludes deficiencies that may be remedied with routine maintenance or minor repairs.
Commercial Building Inspections including data collection, we provide a complete evaluation of your mechanical & electrical equipment on request. Our team analyzes many different factors: building materials, thermal and air barriers, building pressures, air balance, duct air flow rate, HVAC, solar load, make up air mixture, equipment operational loads, refrigeration equipment, window R-value, and lighting. With continuous energy modeling you will always be able to review your energy program with a click of a mouse.
This approach encourages owners to look at the systems of a building rather than the whole building. Each building system can be designed to achieve greater efficiency as a whole rather than as a collection of components. However system approach is faster and less expensive. Smaller businesses can benefit by system approach rather than whole building approach. A 5000 square foot commercial building has less equipment to evaluate. Evaluation of several pieces of electrical equipment that is outlined for using the most energy is conducted.
Commercial Inspections should cover the following areas. We also have included additional services and testing.
Structural & Foundations
Welding Joints "Existing Buildings
Furnace / AC Units
Electrical Panels & Outlets
Parking Lots / Lighting / Timers
Egress / Emergency Lighting
Chimney "Scope Inspection"
Water Heater / Boilers
Roof and Gutters
Kitchen Appliances / Countertops
Commercial Kitchen Cooking Equipment
Mechanical Equipment Testing "Additional"
Exhaust Hoods "Testing"
Foundations / Framing / Welding Joints
Driveways / Sidewalks / Handicap
Porches / Decks / Stairs / Railings
Fences / Retaining Walls
Attics / Insulation / Ventilation
Makeup Air & Duct Systems
Floors / Walls / Ceilings
Doors / Windows / Glazing Areas
Siding / Trim
Plumbing Systems / Drainage / Landscapes
Bathrooms / Handicap Accessible
Basements / Slabs
Fire Suppression Systems
Swimming Pools / Saunas
Watersheds / Drainage / Water Screens
Underground Sewer Pipe Scope "Additional"
Air Quality / CO & CO2 / Mold / Mildew / Asbestos
Gas Leak Testing
Humidity Testing / Temperature Data Logging
Environmental Concerns Lead Testing "Additional"
Energy Usage Verification "Additional"
Soil Testing "Additional"
Concrete Slab Core Samples "Additional"
Water Testing "Additional"
Sewer Line Scope Inspection "Additional"
Building / Room Pressure Testing "Additional"
Boilers & hot water heaters: Age, gas, electric, oil. efficiency, stack temperatures, CO, CO2 & oxygen levels in flue gases, flue drafts are also measured
Restaurant Equipment: Gas fired appliances should be calibrated once per year. Refrigeration units thermostats should also be checked for accuracy, exhaust systems
Lighting. A light count of fixtures and wattage's
Duct systems: Measure air flow & temperatures from the supply and return. We also measure static pressures. Duct leakage will result in building pressure changes and energy loss
HVAC-R systems. We conduct an inspection of HVAC equipment. Test compressor amp loads. In some cases we use digital meters to review super heat and line temperatures. Check evaporator and condenser coils. Document temperatures of refrigeration walk-ins, reach in's. Check seals, box leakage
Building pressures: We measure pressures per building, per room. Negative or high pressures will increase energy usage. Could also effect health and safety. Let us should you how.
Air balancing per office / room. We measure each room's air flow and temperatures.