As a family-owned business, we at Yingst Engineers & Associates, Inc. understand the importance of building relationships with our clients and providing services that meet their needs, budgets and expectations.  When you work with our team of dedicated professionals, you can be assured of personal, immediate attention when you need it most.

From your first contact, our knowledgeable staff will work to understand your particular project and tailor our services to fit your needs. From a minor foundation crack to a complete, complex building analysis or architectural, mechanical and civil engineering design we can provide support and a cost-effective product.

Since our founding in 1990, Yingst Engineers has assembled a team of professionals that is well informed on technical matters, current with industry standards, and provides common sense solutions to complex problems. Our team includes licensed, Professional Engineers, a Registered Architect, design professionals, Reserve Specialists, as well as certified septic and radon testing professionals. With this depth of knowledge, you can be assured of receiving the thoroughness and attention to detail that your project deserves, which are the trademarks of our service.

About Yingst Engineers

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With regard to residential inspections, Pennsylvania has established some minimum standards to ensure quality home inspections. Unfortunately, the extent and quality of the site inspection, report, and follow-up assistance varies significantly. So, too, does the expertise and credentials of the inspectors performing this service. Yingst Engineers exceeds the minimum state requirements and is a member of two national organizations – the National Academy of Building Inspection Engineers (NABIE) and the American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI).

At Yingst Engineers, all of our projects are supervised by licensed, Professional Engineers (P.E.).  A Professional Engineer is licensed by each state and assures you that the engineer is knowledgeable and required to uphold the safety and welfare of the community.