Frequently Asked Questions

Why Your Largest Investment Deserves the Best Inspection?

With a reputation for thoroughness and reliability, we are qualified to assist you with all your inspection needs. We bring to you integrity, professionalism and the training required to complete the job. Using infrared cameras, moisture meters, experience and knowledge; We provide a detailed and accurate report on a home’s condition. Protect your purchase with an up-to-date inspection.Your understanding of the home inspection findings is critical to our goal of providing the best customer service available. We encourage you to accompany the property inspector for the summary to receive a complete consultation and valuable orientation to the property and its systems. 

What to Expect?

The inspection provides an opportunity to bring up any questions or concerns you may have and get those addressed at the time of the inspection. Of course, you will always be able to reach us by phone or email if you have any additional questions about the inspection. We take pride in providing superior service long after the inspection. 

What makes us different?

State of the art inspection service with the latest technology featuring full proof documentation, thermal imaging, heat meter, water damage photography, mold testing and moisture testing. All included with no additional fee! Delivered in a digital report that is comprised of revealing photos and detailed comments that are easy to understand. 

How much does it cost?

The average home inspection cost for a typical single-family house, multi, condo  or commercial building varies depending on the size and the type. To give you the best answer please call us at 1-913-890-3973 for a short discussion. 

What if the report shows potential problems with the property?

If the inspector finds potential problems, it does not necessarily mean you shouldn’t buy it. This will identify in advance what type of repairs to anticipate. A seller may be willing to make repairs because of significant problems discovered by the inspector. If your budget is tight, or if you do not wish to become involved in future repair work, you may decide that this is not the property for you. The choice is yours. 

When should I consider an inspection & what if its a new home?

The best time to consult an inspector is right after you’ve made an offer on a property or when you are going to list a property. Both have their benefits. If you are buying the real estate, the contract usually allows for a grace period to inspect the property. If you are selling your property it allows you to understand the condition before you put your property on the market. 

The construction of a house involves thousands of details, performed at the hands of scores of individuals. No general contractor can possibly oversee every one of these elements, and the very nature of human fallibility dictates some mistakes and oversights will occur, even when the most talented and best-intentioned trades people are involved. Its highly recommended to seek a certified inspector.