Redmond Oregon Commercial Building Inspections

"ASHI & ICC" CERTIFIED Building Inspections

Testing & Measurement Certifications, CAZ, EPA, PTCS, BA, itc,

Oregon: 503-884-4866

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.


Welcome to Building Analyst Group Inc.

For over two decades Building Analyst Group Inc, a licensed general contractor for 20 years has helped clients in all sectors maximizing their investment and minimizing risk with comprehensive commercial property inspections. From large projects such as multi-location inspections across multiple states, to small local projects. Building Analyst Group Inc, offers consistent quality, professionalism to ensure the integrity of your investment.

We have over 35 years in the construction trades. 20 years as a licensed general contractor, electrical, mechanical, infrastructure, inspections, building codes, & 10 years in building science. Building Analyst Group Inc, does more than building inspections. We provide testing for indoor air quality, “TAP” HVAC-R equipment testing, duct systems, electrical, refrigeration, restaurant equipment and much more.



Building Inspection Coverage

Buyers / investors / brokers need a professional, knowledgeable and experience company to look out for their best interest. We have over 35 years in the construction trades. 20 years as a licensed general contractor, electrical, mechanical, infrastructure, inspections, building codes, & 10 years in building science. Building Analyst Group Inc, does more than building inspections. We provide testing for indoor air quality, HVAC-R equipment, duct systems, electrical, refrigeration, restaurant equipment and much more.

Exterior: soil erosion, parking, lighting, foundations, slabs, stem wall, roofing material / roofing truss system upper & lower timbers, bearing loads - wind loads - snow loads, cladding - siding, structural framing. Is your building ready for a earthquake? With new laws in effect the exchange of ownership may surprise you! More importantly ADA-”American Disabilities Act”, compliance for our disabled.

The roofing structure and framing of each building is of the most importance, main support beams are sometimes overlooked by less experienced inspectors. The exterior grounds surrounding the building has a large impact on the foundation. Hydrostatic pressures or faulty poor workmanship will cause failure. Commercial buildings are engineered & built different when compared to residential, you need a qualified experienced company.

Interior: electrical, plumbing, flooring, mold, dry rot, fire suppression systems, first aid stations, mechanical, HVAC-R equipment, boilers, HWH “hot water heaters”gas fired equipment, ventilation, test paint and drinking water for lead on request. Radon testing is something we also conduct utilizing electronic equipment, sewer pipe scope inspection when needed. Windows, doors, glazing areas, insulation & all contribute to air leakage and higher energy bills. These areas are inspected and noted on the report.

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.

Environmental: building testing will conclude if the building has clean or poor air quality. We provide testing on CO, CO2, formaldehyde, PCBs, lead testing in soil, building materials, electronic radon testing, hvac air flow & temperature.


Standard visual inspections covers the following

      • Structural

      • Foundation

      • Furnace / AC Units / Boilers

      • Electrical Panels & Outlets

      • Chimney "Scope Inspection"

      • Water Heater

      • Roof and Gutters

      • Kitchen Appliances / Countertops

      • Commercial Kitchen Cooking Equipment

      • Mechanical Equipment Testing "Additional"

      • Exhaust Hoods "Testing"

      • Foundations / Framing / Steel Welding Joints

      • Grading Landscaping

      • Driveways / Sidewalks

      • Porches / Decks

      • Stairs / Railings

      • Fences / Retaining Walls

      • ADA American Disabilities Act

      • Attics / Insulation

      • Ventilation & Duct Systems

      • Floors / Walls / Ceilings

      • Doors and Windows

      • Siding and Trim

      • Plumbing System

      • Bathrooms

      • Basements / Slabs

      • Sump Pumps

      • Fire Suppression Systems

      • Boilers

      • Watersheds

      • Underground Sewer Pipe "Additional"

      • Air Quality / Building Pressures

      • Radon "Additional"

      • Environmental Concerns Lead Testing "Additional"

      • Energy Usage Verification "Additional"

      • Soil Testing :Additional"

      • Water Testing "Additional"


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.