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Sparks Certified Inspections can offer you a variety of information and services to help make your home buying experience more peaceful and secure.  We are members of The National Association of Certified Home Inspectors or NACHI and the American Inspectors Society or AIS. This will ensure you that we are both qualified and recongnized to be a top home inspection team for you. More information on NACHI can be found at NACHI.ORG. The American Inspectors Society is the oldest Inspector Certification Program in the United States having been founded in 1971. The Owner and Inspector Larry Sparks is also the Instructor at "The National Home Inspector Certification Training Institute" having trained over 300 Students in Home Inspection!
Smart home buyers make sure they protect their biggest investment with an objective, unbiased inspection by a Certified Inspector.
Why do home buyers need a Home Inspection?
There is virtually no consumer protection for a buyer. An inspection by an unbiased inspector who has no financial interest in the transaction can save a buyer many times the small inspection fee and provide you with bargaining power. You can use the inspection report to negotiate repairs or to negotiate a lower price in lieu of making the repairs, You can use the money to hire a contractor yourself so you will know who is making the repairs and how qualified the contractor is who is doing the work.
What will an Inspection tell you as a buyer? We will visually inspect the building using our standard inspection report. We will go over the findings with you until you completely understand them. You will receive a copy of our written report covering all the building's structural and mechanical systems including, but not limited to: the roof, the attic, the foundation, electrical, plumbing, heating, cooling, appliances, floors, interior and exterior walls and the garage, with an overall emphasis on function and safety. We will give you valuable information on life cycles of various components of your real estate investment so you can budget for replacements.
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Sparks Certified Inspections PROTECTS THE BUYER
Protects the buyers rights because you are using a certified, trained, and experienced inspector!
Provides disclosure because we will provide you with a thorough, easy-to-understand written report and a complete explanation of the findings.
Provides peace of mind because you have the information you need to make an informed buying decision.
An inspection by an unbiased Real Estate Inspector will help you find out what you are getting before you buy. The TRUE cost of any Real Estate is the purchase price plus correction of any problems or deficiencies.
We TAKE THE FEAR OUT OF HOME BUYING. An inspection by Sparks Certified Inspections, Inc. is the best protection a buyer can have against unexpected expenses before moving in. Our inspection will give valuable and useful recommendations for the correction of any safety or functional problems discovered during the inspection.
Eliminates unpleasant surprises. You will know what to expect before you buy!
We are Licensed by the Missouri Department of Agriculture-Pesticide Division to perform Termite Inspections and Kansas is reciprical of the Missouri License. We re-certify every three years and attend additional training on household pest to protect your investment from Wood destroying Insects.
A home inspection is an examination of a home by a qualified real estate inspector. The purpose of this examination is to make a reasonable effort to disclose the condition of the property on the day of the inspection. Inspectors examine structural components such as foundations, floors, walls, columns, ceilings and roofs, and exterior conditions such as trim, doors, windows, chimneys, decks, patios, and walkways. Inspectors also inspect plumbing systems, electrical systems, heating systems, air conditioning systems, and the interior of the home including walls, ceilings, floors, cabinets, doors, windows, and stairs. Inspectors usually do notexamine features such as paint, wallpaper, carpeting, household appliances, and draperies. The home inspector's function is to provide an overview of the condition of the property and to disclose any major defects.
Sparks Certified Inspections can offer information to help make your home selling experience less tedious and provide you knowledge of defects, before you sell the house. Why have a buyer bring in an inspector to show you what problems your home or business has and then use that to get you to lower the price or to back out of the sale. Know in advance what problems your real estate has and make an informed decision on how to proceed without the buyer pressures that repairs must be made before the closing.
By having an inspection before you list your house you will not be surprised by items you did not know about and were brought to your attention by someone else. You will have the opportunity to take care of the items and often avoid another inspection by showing the inspection report to the prospective buyers. Avoid being caught by unnecessary liability from failure to report or disclose defects. CALL US TODAY AT (816) 699-5600 to Schedule Your Home Inspection!
Home Inspection Training in the Kansas City Area-Live classes not Internet with post training support for all students. You will learn everything to start your own inspection business. Classes will be held in October 2013. Sign up Today to become a home inspector!