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Genesis Testing Group Offers Inspection For Building Defects

July 9, 2011

Florida based firm specializes in sophisticated types of diagnoses, pinpointing potential failures in residential and commercial properties.

Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) July 08, 2011

Genesis Testing Group is rapidly establishing itself as the building inspection firm with a difference, specializing in diagnoses aimed at pinpointing potentially compromising defects within the structural design of a commercial or residential property. Their inspection/testing process has been credited for correctly identifying problem areas that may, at first, not be readily apparent.

Genesis Testing Group is currently the nation’s number one choice when it comes to third party investigative water penetration testing, as well as being able to determine the status of a building’s structural moisture content through thermal infrared inspection. They also specialize in ASTM Fenestration Field Testing.

Vice President Ron D. Young describes Genesis Testing Group’s primary goal as “evaluating the operational conditions of a building fenestrations (doors & windows) efficacy”. Coupled the testing with professional thermal investigations provide their clients with evidence useful for decisions concerning assets or compliance with legal and insurance matters.

Genesis services a wide range of facilities, including offices and commercial buildings, schools and government institutions, healthcare facilities, residential, and industrial locations. All certified technicians have a minimum of five years verified field experience.

The Genesis Testing Group process includes an initial meeting with the client to discuss the primary goals of the investigation, if there are any specific problems that they are looking for. This allows Genesis Testing Group to properly assign team members and equipment, as well as establishing formal guidelines to be flowed on site during the inspection process.

The actual inspection follows, with Genesis team members accompanying the client to the inspection site. All aspects of the water testing process are documented using specialized equipment, with results available within minutes allowing for suggestions to be made as to how and where further inspection may be warranted. A final comprehensive project report is then compiled and presented to the client, with in-depth information on any problems diagnosed. The report itself is written to be easily understood, with high tech details and vocabulary left to specific technical reports which can be provided to vendors performing remedial tasks.

Genesis Testing Group also believes in the value of the long term commitment. Unlike other inspection/testing companies that vanish once the assignment is complete, Genesis continues to make itself available to it clients through a network of vendors and contractors, as well as being able to tackle future project consultations. Vice President Ron D. Young says “Our commitment to our clients does not end with the completion of your project. We want to be their trusted advisor, never more than a phone call away.”

Other services provided by the Genesis Testing Group include (but are not limited to): air filtration testing, building surveys, cell fill evaluations, masonry wall drainage, commercial and residential roofing surveys, infrared imaging, indoor air quality testing, mold testing and inspection, dust inspection, asbestos inspection, energy audits, and phase 1 environmental testing.

Genesis Testing Group has been certified and accredited by the following professional industry organizations:

  • American Council for Accredited Certification (ACAC)
  • Indoor Air Quality Association (IAQA)
  • Institute of Inspection, Cleaning, Restoration Certification (IICRC)
  • National Environmental Health Association (NEHA)

Genesis Testing Group currently services Atlanta GA, Jacksonville FL, and their surrounding areas. For more information, visit their website at genesistestinggroup.com

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