Corvallis Oregon Home Inspection's

ASHI & ICC certified home inspector in Corvallis Oregon.

Certifications for testing & measurements. CAZ, EPA, BA, PTCS, itc

503-884-4866

100% guarantee on our inspections.

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.


What to Expect During a Home Inspection

  • The inspection could be the longest time you’re in the house, after the showing.

  • What if the inspector finds something wrong? So wrong you can’t buy the house?

  • Seriously, is this whole home-buying process over yet?

  • Because the most important thing to know about home inspection: It’s just too good for you, as a buyer, to skip. Here’s why.

  • We place ourselves in your shoes because yes we own a home!


An inspector helps you make sure a house isn’t hiding anything before you commit for the long haul. (Think about it this way: You wouldn’t even get coffee with a stranger without checking out their history.)

A home inspector identifies any reasonably discoverable problems with the house (a leaky roof, faulty plumbing, etc.). Hiring an inspector is you doing your due diligence. To find a good one (more on how to do that soon), it helps to have an understanding of what the typical home inspection entails. 


Our certified inspectors provide thorough, detailed home inspections that can be augmented with a variety of other applicable inspections like pools, spas, septic systems and more. Our Commercial & Home 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:

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. We utilize many methods with building science technology to provide a higher level of inspections for our clients.

After the completion of any inspection, you'll receive a comprehensive report for your own personal reference. Not only that, but we're here for you if you have any questions after the inspection is complete.

Our certified home inspectors are trained to identify problem areas and provide guidance on what needs immediate attention.

A standard home inspection includes a full evaluation of all of the following:

  • Furnace and AC Units

  • Electrical Panels & Outlets

  • Chimney / Scope Inspections

  • Water Heater

  • Roof and Gutters

  • Kitchen Appliances / Counter Tops

  • Kitchen Cabinets

  • Foundation / Framing

  • Grading Landscaping

  • Driveways / Sidewalks

  • Porches / Decks

  • Stairs / Railings

  • Fences / Retaining Walls

  • Attics / Insulation

  • Ventilation

  • Floors / Walls / Ceilings

  • Doors and Windows

  • Siding and Trim

  • Plumbing System

  • Bathrooms

  • Basements / Slabs

  • Sump Pumps

  • Garages / Carports

After we provide our professional visual inspection on the home or business, there are a few more interesting procedures you may consider. 

  • Chimney Inspection Video: The interior lining of a fireplace chimney should be inspected prior to the purchase of a home, this may save you an additional expense. This inspection should be done after the chimney has been cleaned. We check for cracks and defects that are not covered by a standard inspection.

  • Pressurization test inspection on a home or business that has gas fired appliances: Very important that all fossil fuel appliance's will draft properly and burn efficiently. Back drafting of carbon monoxide will happen when a home has negative pressure. Exhaust fan's, leaky HVAC ductwork will cause negative pressure.

  • HVAC Airflow measurements and temperature difference in the duct system would pay for itself in the long run. Taking temperature measurements from the supply and return duct system will provide information on efficiency and defects. Taking airflow CFM measurements will also provide operational defects if any.

  • Furnace and AC Units

  • Electrical Panels & Outlets

  • Chimney

  • Water Heater

  • Roof and Gutters

  • Kitchen Appliances / Counter Tops

  • Kitchen Cabinets

  • Foundation / Framing

  • Grading Landscaping

  • Driveways / Sidewalks

  • Porches / Decks

  • Stairs / Railings

  • Fences / Retaining Walls

  • Attics / Insulation

  • Ventilation

  • Floors / Walls / Ceilings

  • Doors and Windows

  • Siding and Trim

  • Plumbing System

  • Bathrooms

  • Basements / Slabs

  • Sump Pumps

  • Garages / Carports