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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 and home 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 help keep your family safe!
What to Expect During a Home Inspection
There’s the excitement — 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?
So take a deep breath. 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!
A Home Inspector Is Your Protector
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.
Building Analyst Group Inc, licensed home inspector and certified building analyst. Our clients receive more services than our competitors offer. Clients need the biggest bang for their dollars and is why we offer more.
We offer indoor air quality testing which includes, CO, CO2, Formaldehyde, Airborne Mold plus hundreds of other types of chemicals. In addition we utilize the latest technology in radon testing on request.
On request we can also test your home’s gas fired appliances. Your gas fired furnace emits Carbon Monoxide right. Want to know if it is drafting properly? Or what about that wood burning fireplace. Has it or will it fill up your new home with CO /CO2? We can test and answer that question in 20 minutes after running a test.
With nearly 30 years in the building trades our focus is to provide the consumer with satisfactory & professional services. When you hire us you get a licensed & certified home inspector and my assistant. So you receive two inspectors.
Our Home 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:
Standard visual inspections cover
Furnace and AC Units
Electrical Panels & Outlets
Roof and Gutters
Kitchen Appliances / Countertops
Foundation / Framing
Driveways / Sidewalks
Porches / Decks
Stairs / Railings
Fences / Retaining Walls
Mold / Mildew
Wood boring insects
Attics / Insulation
Floors / Walls / Ceilings
Doors and Windows
Siding and Trim
Basements / Slabs
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.