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What is a Building Envelope Analysis?
Sep 13, 2012

 

 

What is a building envelope analysis review? How important is a building envelope analysis? Do you need to get one and if so, how do you get started? This article will answer these very important questions for you.

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Leading service providers for roof inspection, concrete restoration, building audit, building envelope restoration in Edmonton area

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Wade Engineering has executed high profile concrete restoration projects in Edmonton

 

Leading service providers for roof inspection, concrete restoration, building audit, building envelope restoration in Edmonton area

Request quote for building services  in Edmonton area

Wade Engineering has executed high profile concrete restoration projects in Edmonton

 

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What is Wade Engineering?

Wade Engineering is “First at Making Buildings Last”. Our flexible range of services covers all your roof inspection, concrete restoration, building audit, building envelope restoration and reserve fund study needs for commercial, institutional, industrial and multi-unit residential buildings in Edmonton area.  
Wade Engineering is responsible for some of the highest profile building envelope restoration Edmonton and area projects, earning this consulting company several featured interviews with local TV and print media. With close to 300 dedicated clients benefiting from our roof inspections (Edmonton region) and roof area management programs (RAMP), Edmonton roofs are drier, safer, and lasting longer than ever – which means significant cost savings for building owners/managers. Concrete restoration is a serious and detailed undertaking. Make sure your concrete restoration Edmonton projects are on track and on budget by having Wade Engineering review, consult, specify and observe the work in progress. You can’t see through walls, but we can! Moisture probes and humidity readers are just two tools of the trade we use when performing building audits - Edmonton has a unique climate; our tools combined with our unique industry knowledge makes us the leaders in performing building audits (Edmonton and area). 
Wade Engineering also specializes in reserve fund studies. The Condominium Property Act states that “a Corporation shall, subject to the regulations, establish and maintain a Capital Replacement Reserve Fund to be used to provide sufficient funds that can reasonably be expected to provide for major repairs and replacement of any real and personal property owned by the corporation, and the common property where the repair or replacement is of a nature that does not normally occur annually.”  That means if you are the property manager or owner of a condominium complex, you need to get a reserve fund study. Different provinces have different reserve fund study requirements. What are the requirements for reserve fund study Edmonton condominiums? Reserve fund studies (Edmonton) must take place two years from the date the condominium title is registered. For conversions of existing properties to condominiums, reserve fund studies take place prior to the sale of the first unit. After the initial reserve fund study is complete, a new one is required every five years. Wade Engineering has a team of dedicated reserve fund study Edmonton specialists that are happy to assist you with your reserve fund study needs. 
Wade Engineering works with all levels of government as well as private sector clients to deliver high quality concrete restoration and other building services you can depend on. We are based in and provide services for the city of Edmonton, but can travel to other Alberta and out of province locations by request.   We look forward to talking to you about the ways Wade Engineering's cost effective building services can protect your investment(s) and save you money. 
Service Area: Edmonton, Calgary, Slave Lake, Red Deer, Fort McMurray, Hinton, Jasper, Grande Prairie, St. Albert, Camrose, Fort Saskatchewan, Stony Plain, Spruce Grove, Leduc, Nisku, Beaumont, Lloydminster, Parkland County, Strathcona County, Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo, Yellowhead County, Woodlands County, Athabasca County, Grande Prairie County

What is Wade Engineering?

Wade Engineering is “First at Making Buildings Last”. Our flexible range of services covers all your roof inspection, concrete restoration, building audit, building envelope restoration and reserve fund study needs for commercial, institutional, industrial and multi-unit residential buildings in Edmonton area.  
Wade Engineering is responsible for some of the highest profile building envelope restoration Edmonton and area projects, earning this consulting company several featured interviews with local TV and print media. With close to 300 dedicated clients benefiting from our roof inspections (Edmonton region) and roof area management programs (RAMP), Edmonton roofs are drier, safer, and lasting longer than ever – which means significant cost savings for building owners/managers. Concrete restoration is a serious and detailed undertaking. Make sure your concrete restoration Edmonton projects are on track and on budget by having Wade Engineering review, consult, specify and observe the work in progress. You can’t see through walls, but we can! Moisture probes and humidity readers are just two tools of the trade we use when performing building audits - Edmonton has a unique climate; our tools combined with our unique industry knowledge makes us the leaders in performing building audits (Edmonton and area). 
Wade Engineering also specializes in reserve fund studies. The Condominium Property Act states that “a Corporation shall, subject to the regulations, establish and maintain a Capital Replacement Reserve Fund to be used to provide sufficient funds that can reasonably be expected to provide for major repairs and replacement of any real and personal property owned by the corporation, and the common property where the repair or replacement is of a nature that does not normally occur annually.”  That means if you are the property manager or owner of a condominium complex, you need to get a reserve fund study. Different provinces have different reserve fund study requirements. What are the requirements for reserve fund study Edmonton condominiums? Reserve fund studies (Edmonton) must take place two years from the date the condominium title is registered. For conversions of existing properties to condominiums, reserve fund studies take place prior to the sale of the first unit. After the initial reserve fund study is complete, a new one is required every five years. Wade Engineering has a team of dedicated reserve fund study Edmonton specialists that are happy to assist you with your reserve fund study needs. 
Wade Engineering works with all levels of government as well as private sector clients to deliver high quality concrete restoration and other building services you can depend on. We are based in and provide services for the city of Edmonton, but can travel to other Alberta and out of province locations by request.   We look forward to talking to you about the ways Wade Engineering's cost effective building services can protect your investment(s) and save you money. 
Service Area: Edmonton, Calgary, Slave Lake, Red Deer, Fort McMurray, Hinton, Jasper, Grande Prairie, St. Albert, Camrose, Fort Saskatchewan, Stony Plain, Spruce Grove, Leduc, Nisku, Beaumont, Lloydminster, Parkland County, Strathcona County, Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo, Yellowhead County, Woodlands County, Athabasca County, Grande Prairie County