Brothers Certified Home Inspections, LLC, proudly serving home inspection services to the Greater Kansas City Metro Area: Belton, Blue Springs, Buckner, Cass County, Excelsior Springs, Grain Valley, Grandview, Harrisonville, Independence, Jackson County, Johnson County, Kansas City, Kearney, Lee's Summit, Lexington, Liberty, North Kansas City, Oak Grove, Leawood, Lenexa, Odessa, Olathe, Overland Park, Platte City, Parkville, Peculiar, Pleasant Hill, Raymore, Raytown, Richmond, Smithville.Type your paragraph here.
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How much does a home inspection cost?
Our fee for a certified home inspection INCLUDING termite inspection and INCLUDING all our warranties and BUY-BACK GUARANTEE is only $395* for typical homes up to 2500 square feet. You will receive a binder in which to keep your inspection documents as well as your FREE copy of the home maintenance book "Now That You've Had a Home Inspection" (while supplies last). We can even arrange your utilities and services for you!
*Please call or fill out a contact form to receive the most recent and accurate quote for homes over 2500 square feet and other related services. Credit/Debit payments require approximately 3% transaction fee.
What warranties do you offer?
INCLUDED with your certified inspection: FREE 90-day limited structural and mechanical warranty, FREE RecallChek, FREE 5-year Roof Protection Warranty, FREE Sewer Line Warranty, and FREE Mold Protection Warranty. Click on each of the logos to the right to learn more about each one, or go to our WARRANTIES page to see the videos, too!
What does a home inspection consist of?
The home inspection is performed in accordance with the Standards of Practice the InterNational Association of Certified Home Inspectors, the large association of home inspectors in the world. The Standards of Practice can be viewed by clicking HERE. We perform a visual inspection in a good and workmanlike manner in order to tell you whether each item we inspect is performing the function for which it was intended or is in need of immediate repair. The inspection consists of examination of the physical (structural) components of the home, i.e. foundation, roof, attic; and mechanical components, i.e. electrical, plumbing, HVAC, appliances, etc.
What are the advantages of having an inspection before buying a home?
A thorough inspection of the home you are planning on purchasing will assure you that you are getting what you pay for. If any items or systems are in need of immediate repair, or if anything could adversely affect the value of the home, you may use your certified home inspection report as leverage towards negotiating the price of the home. We take pride in our procedure of inspection that assures quality and thoroughness. Our clients are pleased and confident that they know the condition of the home and its components inside and out. We strive to eliminate any potential surprises that may present themselves after closing.
Will you really buy back my home if you miss anything?
YES! Here is the fine print:
We'll pay you whatever price you paid for the home.
For a more detailed explanation of how the program works and real video testimonials, visit the InterNACHI website by clicking HERE.
Does the inspection include termite inspection?
Yes. Upon request a termite inspection will be provided by a licensed termite inspector at no additional cost.
Do you provide radon inspections?
Yes. We use sophisticated state-of-the-art Radalink Aircat high tech radon detection equipment. Test results are analyzed and certified by industry leading Radalink Laboratories. The cost for Radon inspection is $125. Please visit our radon page.
Do you provide mold inspections?
Yes. The cost for mold inspection is $75.
Do you provide camera sewer inspections?
Yes. The cost for camera sewer inspection is $150.
How long does the inspection take?
A thorough inspection normally takes about three hours for a typical home up to 3000 S.F. The actual time will depend mostly on the size and condition of the home. If an assistant accompanies the inspector, the time may be considerably less.
Do you perform inspections on weekends?
Yes. While many inspectors choose to not work on the weekends, we are available for Saturday inspections; however, Sunday is reserved as a day of rest for worship and family.
Is the inspection pass/fail?
No. A home does not pass or fail an inspection. The job of the inspector is to thoroughly inspect a home and to report whether the physical (structural) and mechanical components of the home are performing the function for which they are intended. Most problems that occur within homes are due to negligence of basic home maintenance. Your certified inspector will be able to bring to your attention any issues that may adversely affect the value of the home.
Do you inspect new homes?
Yes. These days, homes are built quickly and too often the quality of the home is compromised. Frequently, even new homes are built that do not assure years of value and worry-free ownership. A certified home inspection minimizes the chance of any surprises that may appear after you have closed on your home. Your home is too important of an investment, let a certified inspector help set your mind at ease.
**Total Includes Transaction Fee