Bob McDonough has been a National Property Inspection franchise owner since 2008. He is certified by the American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI), and is a NEHA Certified Radon Technologist and ESA Certified Mold Inspector and tester. Bob and his staff pride themselves on their professionalism, honesty and integrity. NPI inspectors follow national standards and all state and local licensing requirements. Founded in 1987, National Property Inspections is among the oldest and most widely-respected names in the commercial and home inspection business. Bob has inspected thousands of residential properties, and his experience allows him to give buyers and sellers helpful and accurate information about the property being inspected. A NPI inspection includes hundreds of components of a home including the interior, exterior, foundation, roof, electrical, plumbing and HVAC.
Bob and his staff at NPI perform:
- Residential Property Inspections
- Commercial Property Inspections
- Radon Testing
- Mold and interior air quality testing
- Construction Draw Inspections, and
- Construction Phase Inspections
Originally from Trenton, Bob graduated from The University of Michigan with a BA in Psychology. He lives in Midtown Atlanta with his wife, and has two grown children and 2 grandchildren.
August 9, 2014: Bob McDonough with National Property Inspection explains the excellent support that is provided by National Property Inspection, and explains what a home inspector does.
May 17, 2014: Bob introduces Christopher Born with Sustainable Environments, and explains the process and benefits of an energy audit for homeowners.
February 22, 2014: Bob introduces National Property Inspections and explains their services. He describes the training process that all of his inspectors complete, and technical experts available to him and his inspectors to make sure the inspection report is complete and detailed. Bob explains pre-listing inspections and why they are a good idea for sellers.
December 14, 2013: Bob explains what home inspectors look for and where, and describes NPI’s 90 day warrantee, appliance recall check, and long-term assistance for homeowners.
September 7, 2013: Bob explains the certification process for home inspectors, and what home inspectors look for and where, including radon and mold
June 15, 2013: Bob explains what kind of inspections can be done, including mold, radon, and air quality, as well as general residential and commercial property inspections. Bob explains what a residential inspection entails and how inspections benefit both sellers and buyers.Contact Us