NPI Greater St. Louis Add-On Services

Providing Home Inspections for St. Louis County, St. Charles County, Lincoln County and Warren County, including St. Charles, St. Peters, Lake St. Louis, O’Fallon, Wentzville, Cottleville, Orchard Farm, Defiance, New Melle, Foristell, Augusta, West Alton, and Portage des Sioux.

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 Greater St. Louis team.

Septic and sewer system problems can cause major issues for a home, and NPI can help diagnose them with the proven techniques and the latest technology. 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.

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.

Termites and other wood-destroying organisms (WDOs) can cause catastrophic damage to your home’s structure if left untreated. Your NPI inspector can identify the presence of termites, carpenter ants, wood-boring beetles and more before they cause irreversible damage.

Your NPI inspector can act as an expert witness to provide testimony in legal disputes. National Property Inspections provides thorough home inspection reports and in-person testimony regarding construction and inspection-related issues that can mean the difference between winning and losing a case.

National Property Inspections recommends a well flow test to determine potential issues with a well’s connected equipment, such as the pump and storage tank. All visible well components are inspected and monitored for fluctuations and other irregularities which can signal a problem with your well equipment. Your NPI inspector will also deliver a detailed report of their findings so you can order appropriate repairs from a professional well contractor.