Ontario Oregon ASHI & ICC Certified Commercial Building Inspections

ASHI & ICC certified home inspector in Ontario Oregon.

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

Oregon: 503-884-4866

Idaho: 208-761-6802

buildinganalystgroup@gmail.com



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.

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.

Buyers / investors need a professional, knowledgeable and experience company to look out for their best interest. I have personally spent over 35 years in the construction trades. 20 of those years as a licensed general contractor, 10 years in building science. I have literally implemented engineered retrofit buildings to reduce energy consumption by 33% and improved the infrastructure to maintain efficiency health & safety. This involves inspecting to construction of the building envelop top to bottom. From my perspective when visually inspecting buildings exceeds the standard requirements. I spent most of my time as a laborer & business owner to develop the skills as a building inspector.


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 so we can get to the next inspection

  • Our focus is to provide the client with clear unbiased reports

  • Our level of inspections include ICC building codes, ASHI building inspections, EPA, BA, CAZ, PTCS testing.


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:

The standard visual inspection covers the following

  • Building structure and foundation

  • Roof condition and remaining useful life

  • Building envelope

  • ADA accessibility

  • Electrical panels and wiring

  • Tenant improvements

  • Pavement systems

  • Plumbing fixtures and piping

  • Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems

  • Elevators and conveyance systems

  • Landscape, irrigation, site grading & drainage

  • 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


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.