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Tom Bossard

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3533 Canyon Creek Drive
St. Charles, MO 63303

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Heartland Inspection Services


Inspecting St. Louis & St. Charles
 one home at a time




About Home Inspections
Buying, selling, building or staying in the property you own, a property inspection just makes good sense! Understanding the condition of the systems and components of a building are critical when it comes to purchase, repair and maintenance decisions.
A professional home inspection is an impartial third-party visual evaluation of the physical structure, electrical, plumbing, heating, air conditioning, roofing, interior and exterior.

Upon completion, you will receive a formal written inspection report detailing the condition of each item inspected.

What is Included in the Inspection?
We provide buyers, sellers, property owners, & agents with important information essential to evaluating a property’s condition. Through inspection, consultation & detailed reporting we review:

EXTERIOR: grading, walls, coverings, patios & decks, patio covers, sidewalks & driveways, soffits & fascias, doors/windows & trim, gutters & downspouts, retaining walls, fences & gates.

STRUCTURE: foundation, crawlspace, footings & columns, floors, walls, chimneys.

ROOFING: structure, coverings, flashings, skylights, vent/stacks.

ELECTRICAL: service entrance, grounding, panel & sub panels, branch circuits, outlets, GFCIs, circuit integrity.

HEATING and A/C: description, combustion system, A/C components, supply & discharge lines, venting, ductwork & registers, controls & thermostats.

PLUMBING: main supply line, distribution lines, fixtures, vents & traps & drains, functional flow.

: attic, walls, crawlspace, floors, lines, ductwork, air & vapor barriers.

: walls, ceilings, windows, floors, doors, stairs, fireplaces, smoke detectors.


How Long Will it Take?
In most cases, the average inspection takes between 2 to 3 hours depending on the size, condition and age of the property. A comprehensive report is provided at the end of the inspection.

About the Report
Heartland Inspection Services is proud to provide the highest quality reporting system available. You will find our on the spot report to be easy to read and understand, yet comprehensive in detail. Your inspector will also provide basic maintenance and safety tips that will be a valuable resource for years to come.

Call to Schedule Your Inspection Today!