Bergami Building Inspections - About Us

Our Promise To You

Your commercial building inspection or home inspection will be thorough, fair, and effective.

More Than Just A Property Inspection

At any time while you own the house you can contact us with any maintenance questions you may have. If you are starting a big project or just minor repairs, you can email us and get fast answers. You will never have to guess what to do for as long as you own your house.

Meet Tom Bergami - Home Inspector

Tom Bergami - Home Inspector

Tom was born into a family-owned construction company. From the age of 6, he spent most of his summers with his family on construction sites. Many homes and businesses in the capital district were built under the Bergami name. By 1980 He started his own construction company and contracted both residential homes and commercial businesses spanning New York State from Albany to Buffalo. The building inspection industry was in its infancy when Tom began inspecting buildings for clients and investors back in 1982.

Since those early days, 33 years ago, Tom has performed thousands of inspections throughout the capital district. Whether you're a seasoned investor or a first time home buyer, you'll find your experience with Tom educational, informative, and entertaining.

Questions & Answers

Are you a licensed home inspector?

Yes, we are licensed by the state of New York. Tom's license number is 16000014936, and Ryan's is 16000071622.

How long have you been inspecting homes?

I've been performing property inspections for over 30 years.

What kind of insurance do you carry?

We carry general liability and Professional Errors & Omissions Coverage.

How long does a home inspection take?

For an average size house, the on-site inspection will take 2 hours.

What kind of things does a home inspector look at?

  • Heating System
  • Cooling System
  • Plumbing System
  • Electrical System
  • Structural Components - foundation, roof masonry structure, exterior and interior components or any other related residential building component recommended by the Home Inspection Council and implemented by the Department of State through regulatory process.

Why should I get a home inspection?

Having a pre-purchase inspection will give you a better look at your investment and alleviate any surprises that may be hiding or intentionally concealed. You'll also see what maintenance items will pop up in the years to come and may save you thousands of dollars before signing those final purchase contracts. If major issues are found, they can be negotiated for repair before the closing date.

A pre-listing inspection can help you disclose any information about the house that may be an issue or has been repaired. Full disclosure will help you set the price of the house "as is" and reduces the possibility of dickering. In other words "this is the house, this is what's wrong with it, this is how much I want." Done.

Our Code of Ethics

We work exclusively for the customer and adhere to New York real estate law and standards of practice for home inspectors.

New York State Division of Licensing Services - Home Inspector Code of Ethics