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Beryl Project Engineering Beryl's Licensed and Certified Inspectors offer valuable guidance that you need to buy or sell your home with confidence. Beryl's designers work with you and your builder for permit plan sets for your renovations and repairs. Beryl has the right home inspector or structural engineer with the right tools for your needs in construction inspection, residential home inspection, roof consulting, or 203k Consultant or Structural Design.

Beryl meets or exceeds InterNACHI's Standards of Practice while providing you easy-to-read computerized reports and photos within 36 hours. Beryl's home inspections are scheduled with your flexibility in mind and we are a multi home inspector fully licensed, insured, and certified company.
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read more › A Beryl Home Inspection protects what matters most - your family. Ensure your dream home is free from the unexpected surprises with Beryl's accurate Home Inspections. Beryl's Licensed and Certified Home Inspectors offer valuable guidance that you need to buy or sell your home with confidence. A home purchase is the largest purchase you will ever make so it is important to understand the condition of your investment. A home inspection is an assessment of potential fire hazards, home safety, and health risks for you and your family.

read more › Have you been passing up buying homes that require cosmetic repairs for lack of funds to fix them up? FHA has a program for you. Not to be confused with FHA's much more complicated Full 203K program, a Streamlined 203K loan eliminates much of the paperwork and simplifies the process to obtain rehab funds. You don't have to be turned off by fixer uppers or overwhelmed by the work required to bring some homes up to today's standards. You don't have to go it alone. That is where Beryl's Limited 203k Inspectors come in to the picture.

read more › A FHA home inspection gives the buyer more detailed information about the overall condition of the home prior to purchase. Evaluate the physical condition: structure, construction, and mechanical systems; Identify items that need to be repaired or replaced; and Estimate the remaining useful life of the major systems, equipment, structure, and finishes. If you find problems with your new home after closing, FHA cannot give or lend you money for repairs, and FHA cannot buy the home back from you.

read more › Meet your carrier's requirements to insure your older home when you call on our professionals for 4-point home inspections. At Beryl Project Engineering, our NACHI-certified inspectors take a detailed look at your property to confirm its major systems are in good repair and that there are no risks. Our skilled Home Inspectors confirm the health of four critical areas and identify conditions that would hinder the issuance or renewal of a homeowners' policy. Since we follow the Citizens-approved form for 4-point home inspections, we can deliver a targeted report that will help you meet your insurance company's terms.

read more › Enjoy a significant reduction in your home insurance costs when you have our home inspectors perform a wind mitigation inspection of your home. If your home was constructed or had a re-roofing after 2003, Beryl's home inspectors can assess your property, document how it conforms to the changes in the Florida Building Code, and provide certification that entitles you to a premium reduction under Florida State Law. Avoid inflated insurance rates and deductibles when you have one of our home inspectors perform a wind mitigation inspection of your home.

read more › The International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI) has just released its "We'll Buy Back Your Home" Guarantee. If the client's participating Certified Professional Inspector (Beryl Project Engineering) misses anything in the inspection, InterNACHI will buy back the home. It's that simple. There's no deductible and no "weasel" clauses. The guarantee excludes homes with material defects not present at the time of the inspection, or not required to be inspected per InterNACHI's Residential Standards of Practice.

read more › Beryl assists you in arriving at a fair determination of value by providing an opinion as to the current structural condition and identifying observable structural defects. Provides a structural description of the property, i.e. type of foundation, wall, floor, ceiling, and roof construction. Observes and render an opinion of the readily accessible structural systems and components of the property. Our Structural Assessment and Condition Assessment report is generated to assist our clients in arriving at a fair determination of value by providing an opinion as to the current structural condition and identifying observable structural defects.

read more › We assist our clients in closing out open or expired permits through an engineering permit letter. The primary purpose of this permit letter is for Beryl, as an Engineer, to certify that at the time of their review, the work associated with the expired or open permit was completed pursuant to the Florida Building Code at the time the permit was pulled. The secondary purpose of the permit letter is to provide the necessary documentation to allow the expired permit to be closed. Beryl performs a review of the open permit file as found on the Hillsborough County website, and then visits your property to perform a visual, non-invasive inspection of the item associated with the expired permit.

read more › Beryl as your 203k Consultant is an integral part of a successful 203k loan transaction. The role of Beryl as your 203k Consultant is vital to the timely completion and closure of 203k Loan applications. Accurate estimating and rapid turnaround time are qualities that will assist both borrower and lender in achieving their mutual goal of a timely closing. The following is included in the Beryl 203k Consultant Rehabilitation Loan Consultant Process by choosing Beryl as your 203k Consultant. Feasibility comes through a comprehensive Feasibility report stating the Mandatory, Recommended, and Desired Repairs.

read more › There are two common instances where an Insurance Appraisal is necessary. The first instance is when purchasing home insurance. An appraisal helps determine the value of your home and its contents so that you can avoid being under-insured or overpaying on your premiums. The second, is if your home becomes damaged during a covered incident such as flooding or a windstorm and filing a claim is needed. The insurance company will send an adjuster to determine the value of compensation for the property loss.

read more › Beryl is dedicated to exceeding the expectations of our clients. Unlike many other consulting firms that are solely concerned with turning profits and staying billable, our primary objective at Beryl is to maintain the highest level of customer satisfaction that is achievable through low overhead costs in order to pass these savings onto you. Contributing to a better tomorrow is our main goal. Just as client satisfaction is an intricate part of Beryl's success, so are stakeholder relations and satisfaction.

read more › Looking for high quality residential structural design services, which include room additions, residential models, attic design, and truss design services? Now you can rest easy that your home is designed according to the right specifications with experienced and licensed engineers who know how to design according to the most recent Florida Building Code and industry best practice standards. We can also help you get pier and beam design at the right rates for these complex designs. It is important that you acquire the services of professionals who understand the intricate design and process that goes into drafting a residential structure.

read more › Through scope definition up front, Beryl will assist you in preventing a contractor from under-estimating themselves in the door while trying to use change orders to turn a profit. Beryl's project management services include defining client needs, preparing bid documents, tendering, bid analysis, and contractor negotiations. Projects can include planning, facilities, renovations, repairs, rehabilitations, and remodeling. Beryl understands how confusing it can be to find the right vendor. Whether it's an architect to redesign a remediation or the general contractor to perform the work, you'll need guidance so you can compare apples to apples instead of chalk to cheese.

read more › It's a widely known fact that roofs fail due to standing water, improperly installed penetrations, improperly installed HVAC equipment, improper sealing applications at seams, improper deck attachments, and improperly stored or damaged roof materials. These items all can be summed up by the words "poor workmanship." That's why you need Beryl's Roof Consulting on your project to avoid being the part of the 20% of roof system failures within the first five years of installation. Beryl can also provide testing for the following Testing Application Standards: TAS 103-95 - Self Adhered Underlayment, TAS 105-98 - Fastener Withdrawal Resistance, TAS 106 - Tile Uplift, TAS 114-95 - High Velocity Hurricane Zone Testing, TAS 124-95 - Onsite Wind Uplift Testing, TAS 126-95 - Moisture Survey, Drainage Survey, Roof Deck Inspection.

read more › Thermal (infrared) imaging is a technology that allows Beryl to show you things that can't be shown using other inspection methods. Thermal imaging, or infrared thermography, produces images of invisible heat energy emitted from objects and systems and allows us to measure it through non-invasive means. Beryl's thermal imaging analysis provides an invaluable tool to identify and locate these problems. Identification is the first step in problem solving. There are three principles of thermal imaging.

read more › Envision is an outline that consists of 64 sustainability and resilience indicators called credits. These credits are organized around five categories: Quality of Life, Leadership, Resource Allocation, Natural World, and Climate and Resilience. Collectively the five categories report areas of human wellbeing, mobility, community development, collaboration, planning, economy, materials, energy, water, sitting, conservation, ecology, emissions, and resilience. As a whole, this represents the foundation of what constitutes sustainability in infrastructure.

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