How Can We Offer a 100% Guarantee On A Home Inspection?
It's easy. We're more thorough, which means we end up finding more defects than other inspectors. During your inspection contingency period you can negotiate with a seller to make repairs, lower the sales price or give you a credit at closing. So the more thorough the inspection is, the more you know AND the better prepared you are to negotiate and to save more money ($$$$).
We don't rush. We don't do more than 1 or sometimes 2 inspections a day, unlike many competitors that try to crowd in 3 OR 4 hurried inspections a day. We take the time to do a thorough inspection of your new home. This also means that we charge a little more than most of our competitors.
You don't want a cheap inspection. A cheap inspection may be the most expensive thing you'll ever buy, it may cost you thousands of dollars down the road in unexpected repairs because of missed or overlooked defects. Cheap home inspectors often know less, have less training and do less, which is one reason they're so cheap. OR they are often brand new just starting out, AND trying to learn how to inspect on your new home.
This is an important step in your life and we understand that. We want to make sure you have an enjoyable inspection experience. Our 100% Guarantee is one more way to demonstrate to you our desire and commitment to meet and exceed your expectations.
There are NO gimmicks NO fine-print, no BULL. Here's the details and the easy-to-meet qualifications for the 100% Money Back Guarantee:
Client must be present and attend the full home inspection with us. If you are not satisfied with the quality of the home inspection service, tell the inspector before receiving the report and we make it right OR you don't pay the home inspection fee.
A signed "Informed Inspection" release form must be signed to initiate the process.
"We are writing today to indicate your claims experience with our limited warranty program offered nationally through home inspectors is absolutely perfect. Since you joined our program in 2003 and began providing the limited warranty to your home inspection clients, we have not received a single claim from any of your clients in those many, many home inspections you have performed during that more than 15 year period.
Generally speaking, most of the home inspectors we work with are well qualified Through training and experience, however your record is indeed outstanding and speaks directly to your high degree of professionalism in your chosen field. There are few, IF ANY, of our more than 2,400 inspectors around the country who can claim such a high degree of success in serving and protecting their clients in the home buying process.
You are to be congratulated and we are proud to be doing business with you."
Best regards ……….. Bev Kincaid (Insurance Claims Director)
The More Thorough We Are, The More Defects We Find, and The More Money You Save!
Play These Short Videos to Discover Many of the Shocking Things Uncovered During Routine Inspections in Kansas City and surrounding areas.
"Don't Get Stuck Buying a Money Pit!"
Electrical: Many homeowners have done their own amateurish wiring and left a dangerous condition that is a fire or electrocution hazard!
Termites: They feed on wood and are very destructive to wood buildings. In the local Kansas City are a they are very active.
Chimneys:: Out of sight – out of mind. Many people have damaged flues and don't even know it. This is a fire waiting to happen.
Stairs : There should be NO gaps over 4" wide at stair rails.
Mold:: Do you have constant colds, itchy eyes, headaches, sinus or nasal problems. It could be caused by mold. We are mold experts.
Roof : Without a careful inspection ALL homes can have roofing defects that let them leak in the rain, or give your insurance a way to deny coverage.