Engineer Single Family Inspection...............$600
Engineer Multifamily Inspection....................$650
Final Engineer Residential Inspection..........$250
Water and Septic Adequacy Inspection........$550
Residential and Commercial Structural Design
Diagnostics and Location Services via Thermal Imaging
Residential Engineer Inspections
If you are buying a home it is smart to get a home inspection first. Allow us to help you determine if your dream home is safe, sound and sanitary before you buy. Whether you are looking at buying new real estate and want to know exactly what you are getting into or just want to take the guess work out of energy upgrades, thank you for considering Arctic Engineering for your home inspection. We have extensive knowledge and experience in cold climate housing that allows us to provide a thorough evaluation of your home. We believe that every home energy audit should include thermal imaging of the entire home because this is the only way to take the guess work out of those energy upgrades.
Water and Septic Adequacy Inspection
Another important inspection to have before buying a home is a water and septic adequacy inspection. We inspect and test wastewater disposal system and water supply to ensure they comply with Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation (ADEC) standards. The water is tested for E. coli and total coliform. Additional water tests are available upon request.
We can design the perfect home for you that will meet your family’s needs and stand up to the arctic temperatures. Already have a home? We can design your addition or renovation projects also.
Are you building? Do you have a renovation project? We can help ensure your project will stand the test of time. We can assist in getting a City of Fairbanks permit for your project.
Thermal Imaging is the process of viewing and recording actual surface temperatures, signatures, and anomalies observed at surfaces such as walls, ceilings, floors, pipes, ducts, etc. Think of it as a thermometer with a television attached. Instead of mercury rising through the marks, the temperature is translated into a visual image. Using a high resolution thermal imager, we can observe and interpret surface temperatures to help determine what is occurring in areas we can't readily view without destructive evaluations. All objects emit energy in the form of heat. Thermal imaging allows us to see this energy.
Thermal imaging scans will show the following.
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Arctic Engineering providing Civil Engineering Services including Engineer Residential Inspections and Water and Septic Adequacy Testing