National Property Inspections, Inc. Welcomes New Franchisees

Omaha, Neb.  (  National Property Inspections, Inc. added four franchisees in the U.S. and Canada. David Free of St. George, Utah; Quinn Nazarenus of Bellbrook, Ohio; Jim Niederhaus of Nisku, Alberta; and Chris Scherf of Marion, Iowa, successfully completed NPI’s home inspection training program. Mike Bamford of Nisku, Alberta also received his course completion certificate. Bamford will assist Niederhaus with his business. National Property Inspections (NPI) operates as Global Property Inspections (GPI) in Canada.    

NPI/GPI franchise owners receive training in technical, marketing and business aspects of property inspection and franchising before receiving their certificate. Their days are spent mastering an understanding of all major property systems, including: plumbing, structural, electrical, HVAC, roofing, foundations, and exterior and interior wall coverings. Safety issues, moisture intrusion and common property-related issues are also covered. Training prepares franchise owners to handle commercial inspections, residential inspections, relocation inspections, field service work and more.

Franchisees are also trained in computers and the equipment they will use on a daily basis, including specific proprietary inspection software. NPI’s Inform inspection software was first developed over 10 years ago and is updated frequently to meet the needs of clients and inspectors. Most franchisees elect to complete additional training with an assigned NPI/GPI mentor, a franchisee already established in the field.

National Property Inspections Inc. provides ongoing support and training for all of its franchisees.

“Our franchisees can reach a member of our technical staff seven days a week,” Executive Vice President, Bill Erickson, said.

About National Property Inspections, Inc.

National Property Inspections, Inc. is a national franchisor based in Omaha, Neb. National Property Inspections, Inc., founded in 1987, has nearly 300 independent franchise owners across the U.S. and Canada.