Building review and financial planning are comprised of various fields:
- Thermographic analysis
- Reserve fund studies
- Warranty claims and performance audits
- Energy audits
- Repair planning and condition assessments
The following is an in-depth look at what each field involves and why every building stands to benefit a great deal from building review and financial planning:
2. Thermographic analysis
This is the use of still and infrared video cameras to get a precise measurement of surface temperatures and record them for later reference.
The cameras will allow you to determine the light that’s in the heat spectrum. The variations in temperature range from black (cooler areas) to white (warm regions).
2.Warranty claims and performance audits
New buildings need to have performance audits in case of any warranty claims that may arise in the future. A performance audit is a clear record of a building’s construction deficiencies.
3. Energy audits
Energy audits are run on buildings to offer cost-effective opportunities for significant energy savings. A typical energy audit involves the analysis and review of a structure to cut down the energy input without affecting the outputs negatively.
4. Repair planning and condition assessments
The assessments involve comprehensive explanations of current conditions, the estimates of any repairs or replacements and any other vital information.
Repair planning, condition assessments, building review and financial planning are majorly carried out on buildings as well as their individual components.