Expert Home Inspectors Serving KC
As a KC Home Inspector, our first priority is to make sure that the house you are considering to purchase in the KCMO or KCK area is a safe, sound, healthy, and worry free home, that you can feel good about providing for your family. No home, new or old, is going to be perfect, but our job is to make you aware of the problems that exist, as well as the problems that will begin to surface over time if they are not addressed.
Our Kansas City Home Inspector will inspect every home as it were our own and, combined with our extensive training, years of experience, continuing education, and technical expertise, we are confident that we will provide you the most thorough and detailed investigation and reporting process available on the market today. Our Expertise will guide through every step of your home inspection.
We pride ourselves on having the most up to date technology and additional inspection providers and contracting services at your disposal. You can learn more about our services by browsing the rest of our website or by speaking directly with us.
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Who We Are
- We are a family business that employs an educated, trained and certified Kansas City home inspector.
- We are a company that truly values our clients and their needs.
What We Stand For
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What We Provide
- Comprehensive home inspection using the latest standards set forth by InterNACHI
- Using our background in Lean Manufacturing Principles, we will produce your inspection report within 24 hours.
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How Does a Kansas City Home Inspection Work?
The purpose of the home inspection is to identify any problems within the house that you’re not willing to accept. When you make an offer to buy a house, the offer should be contingent upon a successful home inspection. In other words, if the inspector finds something you’re not comfortable with, you should be able to back out of the deal. That’s what it means when the offer is “contingent” upon the home inspection.
Generally, the inspection takes place after you’ve made an offer to purchase a home, and the sellers have accepted your offer. You should schedule it as soon as possible after this step.
Inspecting the Foundation
The home inspector is going to look at the foundation of the house, and possibly the walls as well (since they connect to the foundation). Here, the inspector wants to make sure there aren’t any cracks or water damage that could be a sign of serious maintenance costs down the road.
Should You Get Your Home Inspected Before Purchase?
According to a joint study by the American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI) and the National Association of Realtors (NAR), nearly four out of every five homes sold in the nation are evaluated by a professional home inspector before they are sold. Hired by the home buyer, home inspections are designed to protect the buyers from investing in a home that turns out to be a real life money pit. NAR reports that Realtors recommend buyers get a home inspection nearly 99% of the time. Most buyers heed that advice, requesting home inspections in 84% of all transactions.
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We are a family owned Home Inspection company located in Blue springs, MO serving Kansas City. We pride ourselves on “doing a right thing in a right way!” Let us inspect your Lasting Heritage