An energy assessment will help reveal the major areas of energy use and waste in a home. Our inspectors can provide suggestions on what steps you can take to reduce the amount of dollars you spend annually in utilities. Energy assessments can also help you reduce your impact on the environment while upgrading important areas of your home.
Commercial Building Inspections
This inspection will provide you with valuable information about the building you are about to purchase, including a general overview of the type and condition of the mechanical components. This includes electrical, plumbing and HVAC equipment as well as the condition of the building room to room. Our commercial building inspections include: motels, apartment complexes, warehouses, office buildings and retail stores. We can also put together a comprehensive team of mechanical specialists, including HVAC contractors and electrical contractors if required, to perform full inspections and evaluations of the electrical, plumbing and heating/cooling systems of the entire building.
Water analysis is a limited sampling of certain water systems and components that use standard operating controls. It is usually conducted in rural areas and will provide invaluable information concerning the water quality of your home at the time of the inspection. Our home inspectors also deliver water samples to the lab for testing.
Indoor Air Quality Surveys
As your home ages, its condition can greatly affect the quality of the air indoors. Our home inspectors will evaluate your home’s current condition and make suggestions on how you can improve the air quality inside your home.
A Wood Energy Technology Transfer inspection is a visual examination and a code compliance inspection of wood burning appliances in a home. These appliances include: fireplaces, wood burning stoves, etc., and all visible components. Our certified inspectors will verify proper installation and clearance of combustibles and associated venting equipment.