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Hurricane Harvey Rockport, TX Structual Damage

ROCKPORT, TX – AUGUST 26, 2017 (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

Hire a TEXAS LICENSED ENGINEER with 30+ yrs. experience to find solutions to your WIND, FLOOD & STRUCTURAL DAMAGE issues. Fees based on structure size /location. Questions? Call/text for info or fee quote: 210.601.1379.

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Why get Wind, Flood & Structural Damage Inspections?


“…Peace of mind is by far the most frequent reason for getting Wind, Flood & Structural Damage Inspections…”

Facilities impacted by major storms such as Hurricane Harvey require Wind, Flood & Structural Damage Inspections to determine present or future repair costs resulting from failed structural systems. Roof & wind damage, flood damage, and structural damage, whether obvious or hidden, must be resolved to assure facility safety and functionality.  A structural inspection done by a licensed engineer may reveal hidden performance issues before they become structural integrity problems.  Our inspecting engineers are Texas Licensed with over 25 years of inspection and forensic engineering experience.

Our Wind, Flood & Structural Damage Inspections strictly conform to the following technical guidelines:

Guidelines for the Evaluation and Repair of Wind, Flood & Structurally Damaged Facilities – Version 1
An occupant, owner and client interview covering a history of the property and performance of the structure.
A request and subsequent review of all relevant documents available from the client (e. g. frame documents, construction drawings, geotechnical reports, structural diagnostic reports, previous engineering opinions & testing).
Visual observations during a physical walk-through of the facility investigated.
Identifying factors influencing the performance of the frame system and a written report, containing at least the following: a) scope of services, observations, site characteristics, and data deemed pertinent by the engineer; b) a discussion of major factors influencing framing performance and rationale in reaching conclusions concerning the subject residence; c) conclusions and any recommendations for further investigation and remedial or preventative measures.