Certified Professional Inspection Services
Hawley Home inspections LLC, providing Certified Professional Inspection Services to the St Louis metro area and Southern Illinois since 2010. Your Home inspector will be licensed insured and a Certified Professional Inspector by InterNACHI, the worlds largest home inspection organization.
Serving St Louis and the surrounding counties in Illinois since 2010
We are veteran owned and family operated company serving the
St Louis area from Effingham, IL to Fenton, Mo and Mount Olive, IL to Red Bud, IL.
Your Certified Professional Inspector is
licensed and insured and will have extensive field as well as class room training.
In addition to the requirements for state licensing our inspectors must complete an additional extensive training regimen to qualify for the Certified Professional Inspector (CPI) designation.
Education is just the beginning of being a quality home inspector. Practical experience and a customer first attitude are required to be a Hawley Home Inspection employee.
We offer the convenience of one call scheduling for your:
- Home Inspection
- Termite Inspection
- Radon Testing
- Sewer Scope
- Septic Inspection
- Air Quality Testing for Mold and Allergens
- Asbestos Testing
- Vermiculite Insulation Testing
We take the hassle out of arranging for all of these different inspectors and paying several different vendors. We strive to have all of the inspections performed at the same time.
A written report will be sent to you and your real estate agent via e-mail so both of you will have an electronic copy to forward to lenders, insurance companies or others that may request it. Our reports are your property and will not be shared with anyone with out your written permission.
In addition to the written reports you will receive a flash drive containing all of the pictures taken at the inspection. Your flash drive will also have our “Home Owner Library” and several short videos. The “Home Owner Library” is your source for plain english explanations of many of the common issues we find during an inspection