NPI Atlanta Add-On Services

Providing Home Inspections for Atlanta, Georgia, including Decatur, Athens, Marietta, Kennesaw, Peachtree City, Lawrenceville, Snellville, Lake Oconee, Smyrna, McDonough, Stockbridge, Suwanee, and Surrounding Areas

In addition to general residential and commercial property inspections, NPI offers a suite of services that can be tailored to your specific needs. Below, you will find a list of each additional service offered by your local NPI Atlanta team.

Using an infrared camera specially designed to identify changes in temperature, your NPI inspector will scan and analyze your home’s walls, ceilings and more. Hot spots can indicate potential hazards such as wiring issues, while cold spots can mean moisture or missing insulation. An infrared inspection sheds light on the small issues you can’t see before they become big problems.

Radon is a naturally-occurring radioactive gas and the second leading cause of lung cancer in the US, according to the Surgeon General. Radon can enter your home through cracks in the foundation, and because it’s odorless and colorless, the only way to detect it is with a professional inspection. If your NPI inspector finds radon in your home, a radon mitigation system can be installed to keep your family safe.

Your NPI inspector can check your basement, crawl spaces, attic, carpet and more for potentially hazardous mold. If mold is suspected, samples can be collected and analyzed to confirm the extent of the contamination and determine necessary remediation.

Septic and sewer system problems can cause major issues for a home, but NPI can help diagnose them with the proven techniques and the latest technology with a SewerScan Inspection. Your inspector can document issues like pipe obstructions, tree root intrusion and sewer line bellying that can be costly and even hazardous if left uncorrected.

If you’re buying or selling a property that draws its water from a private well, National Property Inspections can perform water testing. Your NPI inspector will collect water samples and send them to an approved laboratory for testing. Well water is tested for Coliform bacteria, particulates, mineral content and even radon to determine its safety to drink.

An NPI irrigation inspection covers every visible component of your lawn sprinkler system, including the controller, sprinkler heads, rain sensors or gauges and backflow preventers. Your inspector will test the system to determine proper functionality and lawn coverage.

Our NPI inspectors are professionally trained to inspect historic older homes. Many older houses may have original wiring, plumbing and heating systems still present, along with newer updates spanning generations. We have the experience necessary to evaluate each system in its entirety, including antiquated components and structures.

Unlike larger homes constructed with standard building techniques, mobile and manufactured homes have their own unique considerations that need to be addressed during an inspection. There may be limited access to crawl spaces and attics, and these homes may face a greater risk of damage from extreme weather. Our inspectors have years of experience with mobile home inspections and provide a comprehensive report.

A Major Components Inspection can help owners of older homes save money on their insurance premiums. Major Components Inspections focus on your home’s roof, HVAC (heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems), electrical wiring and panels and plumbing connections and fixtures.

A yearly maintenance inspection from NPI can save you money by identifying maintenance issues in your home before they become big problems. Our inspectors look at your home’s most important systems and structures, identifying maintenance tasks that need to be performed to keep your home in top condition.

After your home inspection, a Repair/Replace Amendment Re-Inspection from NPI can ensure that the repairs you’ve negotiated as part of your home sale contract have actually been completed. A re-inspection can save you time and money, giving you peace of mind that your new home will be exactly what you expect when you move in.