Structural Inspection | A home is a large purchase, and it is an important investment. All homes should have a structural inspection. A structural inspection is an assessment of the potential health and fire hazards. A knowledgeable home inspector can inspect the interior and the exterior areas around your home but you have to be a licensed Professional Engineer to perform a structural inspection. When you contact Beryl Engineering and Inspection, you can expect professional and reliable service from qualified experts.
The Roof and Exterior Areas
The inspector will inspect the roof. He will make sure that the shingles are in good condition. While he is on the roof, he will look for holes and cracks. The inspector will then enter the attic to look at the rafters, trusses, and joists. The inspector will also inspect the siding, porches, railings, and support walls. He will also look for shifting and cracks in the foundation.
The Interior Areas and the Garage
The walls and stairs will be inspected. Holes in the walls are usually a sign of cracks in the foundation. If the home has a garage, the inspector will look for cracks in the door and floors.
Our Knowledgeable Staff
The professionals at Beryl Engineering and Inspection have more than 15 years experience in the construction industry. We offer structural inspection services after traditional business hours, and we can perform inspections on weekends. Our detailed inspection reports are computerized, and they are easy to read. Our customers receive reports and photos within 24 hours of the service request. We have licensed engineers on our staff, and we have multiple home inspectors.
Your home might be your most expensive asset. Given the value of a professional home inspection, a detailed inspection can save you money in the long run. Our home inspectors will inspect hundreds of items, and we will identify any problems. We always provide photographs, and we can clarify any confusing information.