The InspectorNick.com team believes in taking our clients from the unknown to the known. We do this by providing objectivity, education, and perspective. The inspection is not just a report, it is a dynamic and flexible experience based on the needs and expectations of our buyers. The inspection day is not about pass or fail, it is the time to be enlightened and provided with information to move forward without fear. Our inspection is your experience.
A Thorough Inspection
The InspectorNick.com team will perform a thorough and detailed single-family home inspection consisting of a review of the mechanical and structural systems in the home. We will evaluate the condition of the house's major systems and structural integrity.
- Visible Plumbing
- Visible Electric
- Heating and Cooling Systems
- Built-in Appliances
- Patios & Decks
Single Family Home Inspection PackagesPrices applicable for homes less than 3,500 square feet. Additional fees for larger homes apply.
Attic & Roofing
Foundation & Grading
Exterior & Interior: Walls, Siding, Windows and Doors
Porches, Decks, Driveways and Stoops
Visible Indoor Plumbing Systems (Sewer Scope not Included)
Heating & Air Conditioning System
Fireplaces & Chimneys - Level I Inspection
3500 - 4499 square feet
Home Maintenance Guide
4500 - 5999 square feet
Out of Area Trip Charge
6000 - 7499 square feet
Re-Inspection Visit Due to Utilities off
Bill at Closing Fee
Re-Inspection Visit to Check Inaccessible Area
Detached Garage or Outbuilding Inspection
Re-Inspection Visit to Check a Single Repair
Testing is the only way to know the home's radon levels.
Invisible & Dangerous
Radon is odorless, tasteless, and invisible to the human eye. The EPA has determined radon to be a leading cause of lung cancer among non-smokers. Most homes have some level of radon in and around them, but a test is needed to determine if you are at risk for high levels in your prospective home.
High Levels of Radon
If a radon test is part of your home inspection process, we will make every attempt to set the radon testing machine at least 48 hours prior to your scheduled inspection. We will provide a report within 24 hours of retrieving the machine, and then you will know if the home is exposed to high levels of radon. In the event radon levels are high, we can recommend a professional who can install a mitigation system to reduce levels and get them within safe guidelines.
We are here for you to make the process easy.
Our team of inspectors is here to help. Transparency, guidance, and education – those are our goals during your single-family home inspection in Kansas City. We will help ensure the home you are purchasing is safe for your family, and will not cause major or expensive problems in the future.