"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.
Call or Text: 208-761-6802
Electrical & Mechanical Equipment Testing
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 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 testing environmental concerns. We utilize many methods with building science technology to provide a higher level of inspections for our clients.
We provide a list of our licensing and certifications for your review. All qualified and certified companies should do the same.
Oregon Contractors License
National Home Inspectors License "ASHI"
BPI "Building Performance Institute"
CAZ "Combustion Testing"
PTCS "Performance Tested Comfort Systems"
IECC "International Energy Codes"
ITC "Infrared Training Center"
Idaho "Contractors License"
EPA "Environmental Protection Agency of Engineering"
30 years in the building trades
Our certified licensed inspectors provide thorough, detailed inspections that can be augmented with a variety of other applicable inspections like commercial buildings, pools, spas, restaurant equipment, refrigeration equipment, septic systems and more.
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 / AC Units
Electrical Panels & Outlets
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
Ventilation & Duct Systems
Floors / Walls / Ceilings
Doors / Windows / Glazing Areas
Siding / Trim
Bathrooms / Handicap Accessible
Basements / Slabs
Fire Suppression Systems
Swimming Pools / Saunas
Watersheds / Drainage / Water Screens
Underground Sewer Pipe "Additional"
Air Quality / Building Pressures
Gas Leak Testing
Humidity Testing / Carbon Dioxide Testing
Environmental Concerns Lead Testing "Additional"
Energy Usage Verification "Additional"
Soil Testing :Additional"
Water Testing "Additional"
Sewer Line Scope Inspection "Additional"
Building / Room Pressure Testing "Additional"
A printed 20-50 page comprehensive report is provided within 12 hours of the inspection with pictures of problems along with recommendations to resolve the issues. For even further targeted review, consider bundling assessment with our specialty inspections, addressing mold, radon, termites, and more for your property.
*Inspectors will walk the roof on a case by case basis depending on the pitch and access conditions. If inspectors are not able to physically walk on the roof, they will inspect from the ground using binoculars and from within the attic.
Home inspections are just part of our business. Depending on the need, we can provide a variety of services that work hand-in-hand with the inspection process.
1.1. A general Idaho inspection is a non-invasive, visual examination of the accessible areas of a residential property (as delineated below), which is designed to identify defects within specific systems and components defined by these Standards that are both observed and deemed material by the inspector. The scope of work may be modified by the Client and Inspector prior to the inspection process.
The general inspection is based on the observations made on the date of the inspection, and not a prediction of future conditions.
The general inspection will not reveal every issue that exists or ever could exist, but only those material defects observed on the date of the inspection.
1.2. A material defect is a specific issue with a system or component of a residential property that may have a significant, adverse impact on the value of the property, or that poses an unreasonable risk to people. The fact that a system or component is near, at, or beyond the end of its normal, useful life is not, in itself, a material defect.
1.3. A general inspection report shall identify, in written format, defects within specific systems and components defined by these Standards that are both observed and deemed material by the inspector. Inspection reports may include additional comments and recommendations.
2. Limitations, Exceptions & Exclusions
An Idaho inspection is not technically exhaustive.
An Idaho inspection will not identify concealed or latent defects.
An Idaho inspection will not deal with aesthetic concerns or what could be deemed matters of taste, cosmetic defects, etc.
An Idaho inspection will not determine the suitability of the property for any use.
An Idaho inspection does not determine the market value of the property or its marketability.
An Idaho inspection does not determine the insurability of the property.
An Idaho inspection does not determine the advisability or inadvisability of the purchase of the inspected property.
An Idaho inspection does not determine the life expectancy of the property or any components or systems therein.
An Idaho inspection does not include items not permanently installed.
This Standards of Practice applies to properties with four or fewer residential units and their attached garages and carports.
I. The inspector is not required to determine:
property boundary lines or encroachments.
the condition of any component or system that is not readily accessible.
the service life expectancy of any component or system.
the size, capacity, BTU, performance or efficiency of any component or system.
the cause or reason of any condition.
the cause for the need of correction, repair or replacement of any system or component.
compliance with codes or regulations.
the presence of evidence of rodents, birds, bats, animals, insects, or other pests.
the presence of mold, mildew or fungus.
the presence of airborne hazards, including radon.
the air quality.
the existence of environmental hazards, including lead paint, asbestos or toxic drywall.
the existence of electromagnetic fields.
any hazardous waste conditions.