Boise Idaho Commercial Investment Building Inspections
"ASHI & ICC" CERTIFIED Building Inspections
Testing & Measurement Certifications, CAZ, EPA, PTCS, BA, itc,
At Building Analyst Group, we have earned the trust of America by consistently exceeding the highest quality service standards. We understand that a poor inspection not only represents a loss in your time, it also represents a loss in your investment. That’s why we work hard to pay attention to every detail in the inspection process.
Below is a list of our certifications & licensing.
Energy Management Evaluations
30 years in the building trades
Investing in a commercial property is serious business. At Building Analyst Group Inc, our clients receive the utmost professional inspection services possible. 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
The owner of our company has spent nearly 30 years in both residential & commercial buildings on a professional level as an installations company and troubleshooting the infrastructure for energy and weatherization climate control concerns. Meaning investigating and testing until we resolved the issue. Until recently we use to travel the U.S training other companies in the building envelope, mechanical, air quality, HVAC-R, energy management and building assessments. B2B training management and to their employees. Now we spend most of our time here in the Pacific Northwest conducting inspections and environmental concerns.
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 for commercial buildings.
Most inspection companies are not certified or licensed to provide testing on commercial buildings. Nor have they spent years conducting installations of the mechanical, electrical, HVAC-R as we have. We have deadcaded years of experience and thousands of hours invested in certification courses to meet the requirements. We take commercial infrastructures seriously!
Never sign a contract before hiring us to conduct your inspection first!
Our 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 without years of commercial experience. It is important to choose an inspector whose skill set matches the complexity of the building. Systems commonly found in commercial buildings are typically more complicated than most inspectors are capable of handling.
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
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 background as a building analyst allows us to conduct testing on the building envelope.
In addition we provide environmental building assessments, "CAZ" Combustion testing, radon, air quality testing, building pressure testing,soil & water testing. We feel that our clients need to know the condition and environmental concerns before signing any contracts.
Commercial itemized list should cover the following areas.
Structural & Foundations
Welding Joints "Existing Buildings
Furnace / AC Units
HVAC Airflow Duct Balancing “Additional”
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"
Fast Food Restaurants
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.
Commercial Kitchen Inspections
HVAC-R Equipment Inspections
Restaurant Ventilation Inspections
Boilers & Venting
Interior & Exterior Lighting Inspections & Energy Evaluations
Commercial Roof Inspections
Weld joints should be reviewed on exisitng buildings
Medical Facilities Inspections & Pressure Testing
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.
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