Whether you’re buying, selling, or building your home, National Property Inspections offers comprehensive home inspection services that help you make informed decisions about your investment.
NPI inspectors are experts in their field, performing a thorough visual and non-invasive inspection of the home from roof to foundation. They identify safety issues and document the true condition of the home, even in areas you may not think to check.
You’ll receive a detailed electronic report filled with high-resolution digital photos and descriptions of your inspector’s findings in plain language that’s easy to understand. Don’t see the service you want listed below? Call us! We can customize our services to fit your specific needs.
Before you close on your new home, an NPI homebuyer’s inspection sheds light on hundreds of your home’s most important components. From the roof and furnace to plumbing and foundation, your residential inspector takes detailed notes on the condition of the property, giving you the information you need to make the best home-buying decision and prepare for future maintenance.
Getting an inspection before your home hits the market can help your house sell faster and save you money. Pre-listing inspections also let you know which parts of your home to fix before they become deal breakers for potential buyers. With a home seller’s inspection, you won’t be taken by surprise by a major issue before you sell your home. A thorough NPI inspection report included in your home’s disclosure documents can improve your bargaining power, letting prospective buyers know you’ve done your homework.
Similar to a standard inspection, home maintenance inspections are a great way for current owners to assess the major systems of a home. You might think of annual maintenance inspections as a checkup for your house—they can be customized and performed at any point during ownership, whether that’s six months or 20 years. These inspections are especially valuable when it comes to prioritizing repairs and identifying issues early, before they become larger, more expensive problems.
NPI’s construction draw inspections help lenders and property owners stay on schedule and budget during new construction. If you’re a lender, it’s always best to require a draw inspection before disbursing funds at each stage of the project. This ensures that project funds are spent appropriately according to the construction plan, which minimizes the risk of expensive delays and mistakes. Your inspector will document your project’s progress every step of the way, with draw inspection reports that can be customized to your specific needs and timeline.
Most newly constructed homes come with a 12-month Builder’s Warranty, so before yours expires, order an NPI home inspection to give you peace of mind for the future. Your inspector will note the condition of hundreds of your home’s most important systems and components and provide a detailed electronic report of their findings so you can address possible issues with the builder. Catch problems before your Builder’s Warranty expires to help you save money and valuable time. For more information on NPI's Builder's Warranty Program, click here.
National Property Inspections offers relocation inspection services for companies looking to offer home buy-out benefits to employees moving to a new city. NPI inspectors offer the most thorough documentation of a home’s most important features, alerting you to potential safety issues and needed repairs. Since time is of the essence in employee relocation, we also pride ourselves on fast turnaround, giving you a comprehensive and easy-to-read report in 24 hours.
For an additional fee, your NPI inspector can provide you with a detailed report with estimated costs to repair any deficiencies outlined in your home inspection report. The Repair Estimate Report, brought to you by Porch, uses data from your area to give you accurate estimates so you can plan for maintenance, prioritize repairs, and negotiate more effectively. Repair Estimate Reports are delivered via email in PDF format within 48 hours of your inspection.
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