St. Louis and the Metro region

Home Inspections and Commercial Building Property Assessment Inspections


Quality Home Inspections

commercial Building inspections
throughout the entire St. Louis Metro region.

When you hire a St. Louis BPG Home Inspector, we not only have flexible scheduling and conduct St Louis Home Inspections. We provide an extensive range ot types of inspections in St. Louis, including showing inspections, home maintenance inspections, home inspections, multi-family building inspections, commercial building property assessment inspections, and consultations along with your ancillary inspection needs (i.e. , Termite, radon, sewer lateral, gas safety, etc.) throughout St. Louis and the surrounding areas.

We ask that you come to the home inspection if possible. It is essential that you fully understand everything, the good, the bad, and the ugly, as every issue relates to your dollars. Every property inspection is protected by BPG's *

90-Day Inspection Guarantee

from the inspection date.

The guarantee is provided to BPG home-buyer clients of owner-occupied one and two-family re-sale houses and condominiums (excluding common elements). It applies to the listed and specified elements that were satisfactory, with no "Action" or "Consideration" items noted by the inspector.

We are so confident in our training and property inspection techniques that we offer you this
written guarantee
on the following items:

  • Foundation Walls
  • Foundation Walls
  • Kitchen Appliances
  • Main Roofing
  • Interior Plumbing
  • Central Cooling System
  • Interior Electric
  • Central Heating System

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You need to make sure it's a good investment. Every red flag, consideration item, and defect boils down to dollars. It would be best to make sure there are no unforeseen hidden costs.


Always consider hiring an

ASHI Certified Inspector

. Want to know the difference between ASHI and other home inspection organizations? I encourage you to visit their websites and read the requirements to become a certified inspector, as there is a difference. When you
hire a home inspector
, you get what you pay for.
Don't compromise on the quality
of the inspector or home inspection report by price shopping home inspectors.

The real value is knowledge, experience, and inspection quality

. You want to make sure your inspector will tell you how it is and not sugarcoat anything. To verify your inspector is an
ASHI Certified Inspector
visit St. Louis ASHI.

Reasons why many choose to hire BPG Inspections.

We are highly rated in our reviews

Experience, background, and training make a difference

so don't be fooled by the inspector that says you should use them because of the value.

The real value is knowledge and the inspector that is going to tell you like it is.

Happy BPG Inspection Client

Our Customers Trust Us and Leave Us

5-Star Home Inspection Reviews

"Mark Goodman was incredible. I literally felt like I was on an episode of "This Old House" while he took us through our inspection process. Being a first time home buyer, we had a lot of questions and hesitations, along with a lot to learn. Mark made us feel comfortable and was easy to talk to. He showed us not only things to look for in this particular house, but what was done well and what could be improved upon. Though we did not proceed with the contract under inspection, we will definitely be using him again. Came highly recommended by our amazing realtor Claudia Diel." Stella Brockman
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    10097 Manchester Rd
    Saint Louis, MO 63122

    Direct Contact:

    Phone: 636-282-8679

    Scheduling Center:

    Phone: 800-283-3001
    8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

    Online Scheduling:

    24 hours a day - 7 days a week

    St. Louis Municipal Information

    About St. Louis City

    Location: 1200 Market Street, St. Louis MO 63103
    Contact: 314-622-4800

    Police Department: (314)231-1212
    Fire Department: (314) 533-3406
    Building Permits: (314) 622-3313
    Parks and Recreation: (314) 289-5300

    Occupancy Permits Information

    The city of St. Louis calls their occupancy inspections a housing conservation district inspection. 98% of property within the city of St. Louis is located in a Housing Conservation District. The inspection is a basic code inspection determining minimal interior building code violations, and meet minimum exterior standards under the International Property Maintenance Code. Whether you are buying a home in the city, moving, or renting a Certificate of Inspection must be obtained before occupancy is permitted. The inspection is not the same inspection a independent ASHI home inspector will perform and is not a substitute for a home inspection.

    Top 10 St. Louis Attractions

    • St. Louis Arch
    • St. Louis Zoo
    • Busch Stadium / Ball Park Village
    • Anheiser Busch Brewery
    • Ted Drews Frozen Custard
    • City Museum
    • Forest Park
    • St. Louis Zoo
    • MO Botanical Gardens
    • Cathedral Basilica of Saint Louis

    St. Louis County Attractions

    • Magic House
    • Grants Farm
    • National Museum of Transport
    • Six Flags St. Louis
    • River City Casino
    • World Bird Sanctuary
    • The Loop
    • Faust Park
    • Butterfly House
    • Endangered Wolf Center

    About St. Louis county

    Central Division
    105 South Central, Room S27
    Clayton, MO 63105
    Telephone (314) 615-8760
    Business Hours: 8:00 AM- 5:00 PM - Mon.-Fri.

    North Division
    715 NW Plaza Drive St. Ann, MO, 63074
    Telephone (314) 615-8760 - Option # 2
    Business Hours: 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM - Mon.-Fri.

    South Division
    4544 Lemay Ferry Rd.
    St. Louis, MO 63129
    Telephone (314) 615-8760 - Option # 3
    Business Hours: 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM - Mon.-Fri.

    West Division
    82 Clarkson Wilson Centre
    Chesterfield, MO 63017
    Telephone (314) 615-8760 - Option # 4
    Business Hours: 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM - Mon., Tue., Wed., Fri.
    Thur. 12:00 Noon to 4:30 PM

    Important Telephone Numbers:

    Police Department: 636-529-8210
    Building Permits: 314-615-5184
    Parks and Recreation: 314-615-4386

    Occupancy Permits Information

    A Re-occupancy permit requires that a minimum standard of safety and health inspection be conducted on all properties in unincorporated St. Louis County at the time of an occupant change. The ordinance that supports this requirement was put into effect in October 2005 for rental units and July 2007 for sale homes.

    Re-occupancy permits are currently issued on this website only for Unincorporated St. Louis County.

    Residents of municipalities should contact their respective municipal officials for re-occupancy requirements if any.