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National Property Inspections Inc. has launched a reformatted website making it easier to connect residential and commercial clients with inspectors.

"We know clients are looking online to locate home and commercial inspectors in their area," NPI Vice President Bill Erickson said. "To help connect them with an inspector, we have added a zip code search." Visitors can determine the distance around a zip code to search, or search by state. Canadian customers have the option of searching by province or postal code.

The new site, www.npiweb.com, offers more consumer information and safety tips. In just a few clicks, visitors can download an inspection checklist to help them compare similar properties, check out articles about the home inspection process, and learn more about home and commercial inspection options or specialty inspections like infrared, radon and water quality testing. The Inspector Newsletter, a monthly snapshot of maintenance tips, inspection answers and safety information for property owners is also available.

"The website allows us to provide people with timely, accurate information about property inspection and our franchise network whenever they need it," Erickson said. "NPI has built a reputation as a well-respected inspection company providing inspections you can trust. We want our website to be a reflection of that standard."

NPI, founded in 1987, has nearly 300 franchises across the United States and Canada. NPI inspectors have performed nearly two million inspections on commercial and residential properties. Services include: home inspections, pre-listing inspections, commercial inspections, builder's warranty inspections, field services and other specialty inspections.

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