NPI inspectors are independent business owners. On an individual basis, many of them choose to provide specialty services specific to their states or regions. For more information about inspection services offered by your local inspector, click on Find an Inspector and contact the NPI professional in your area.
Infrared Inspections (commercial properties)
Trained NPI inspectors use a radiometric infrared camera to scan commercial buildings for evidence of temperature changes, which could mean water intrusion or other issues. Thermal imaging (infrared) uses a specially designed camera to register changes in temperature, or heat energy, across surfaces.
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According to the U.S. surgeon general, radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the United States today. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recommends that all homes be tested for radon, regardless of geographic location, because of the link between radon and lung cancer.
Read more about radon inspections
Due to rising energy costs, interest in sustainability (green living) and national energy independence, interest in energy efficiency has surged.
Read more about energy assessments
HUD Section 203(k) Consulting Services
If you are purchasing a home with HUD's Section 203(k) program, then you will require an approved HUD 203(k) consultant for an initial site visit, work write-ups and cost estimates, and draw request inspections. NPI is proud to have home inspectors who are also approved HUD 203(k) consultants.