Welcome to BAM Inspections. Customer Service is who we are and what we do. With BHI we guarantee the best quality and service in Home Inspections. 

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"Your customer doesn't care how much you know until they know how much you care."  -Damon Richards

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Bam Home Inspections is a full customer service home inspection experience that specializes in the first time home buyers and new real estate agents. Our focus and commitment is to educate throughout the process and give you as much information so you can make an educated informed decision on your purchase.

BHI takes extreme pride in our multiple years of home construction and continued education through ASHI, InterNachi, and ICA. By expanding our knowledge in the home inspection process everyday, we are developing a versatile company ready to take on any type of Home.

Home Inspection business serving the St. Louis, St. Louis County, Jefferson County, and surrounding areas.

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Professional Home Inspector

Professional Home Inspector with multiple years of experience in residential construction, business, and customer service. A family man dedicated to each home as if it was his own and is ready to share the excitement of buying a new home.

If you want to work with the best in St. Louis and surrounding areas Then look no further. 

ASHI# 268012


ICA# 24072

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Welcome to the BAM Inspections Help Center. I’ve pulled together some of the most frequently asked questions from my clients and compiled them all here. I tried to include everything I could think of, but if you still have issues or concerns going forward, please get in touch and I’ll do my best to help out.


A home inspection is an objective visual examination of the physical structure and systems of a house, from the roof to the foundation. On average, a single-family home inspection usually takes 2-4 hours to complete, though this is heavily dependent on the of the size and condition of the home. After the inspection process, the inspector will send the client an inspection report (often within 24-48 hours) that covers their findings, complete with pictures, analysis and recommendations.


Buying a home could be the largest single investment the homebuyer will ever make. To minimize unpleasant surprises and unexpected difficulties, homebuyers should strive to learn as much as they can about the house before they buy it. A home inspection may identify the need for major repairs or builder oversights, as well as the need for maintenance to keep it in good shape. Through the home inspection process, homebuyers will have a better understanding about their prospective house, which will allow them to make decisions with confidence. If a homeowner is planning to sell their home, a home inspection can give them the opportunity to make repairs that will put the house in better selling condition.


The standard home inspector's report will cover the condition of the home's heating system; central air conditioning system (temperature permitting); interior plumbing system; electrical system; the roof, attic and visible insulation; walls, ceilings, floors, windows and doors; and the foundation, basement and structural components. ASHI publishes a Standard of Practice and Code of Ethics that outlines what to expect to be covered in the home inspection report.

It is important to note that there may be some exceptions. If certain areas are inaccessible (locked door, tenant's belongings in the way) or unsafe conditions (severely steep roofs, poor structural integrity) the inspector will explain the situation and note that they were not able to assess that specific area or system.


It is important to note that no house is perfect. Every home inspection will identify issues with the property and the inspector will communicate the severity of the issues found. The home inspector's goal is to leave their clients with a deeper understanding of their prospective home, so the client can make a sound decision as they continue their home buying process. The client should be fully aware of any issues, risks, or health concerns that may impact the client's decision. The inspector's role is not to tell the clients if they should buy the house or not, but to help the clients understand the full cost of ownership. If major problems are found, homebuyers may wish to negotiate with the seller to make repairs or cover their costs.