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The Home inspection is a critical component of the home buying process. We inspect and report on YOUR behalf. As an impartial 3rd party we are there to serve you and only you - to provide you with vital information about the property, as well as spot defects or repairs needing immediate attention or ongoing monitoring.
Defects are found in brand new homes and 100+ yr old Victorian mansions. From Rooftop to Foundation, RRPros is committed to providing you with the best impartial service, no matter your new (or new to you) house!
Wood-destroying organisms (termites, ants, beetles, bees, and fungi) can be extremely damaging to a home. Termites alone cause more property damage annually than fires, floods, or earthquakes combined.
Termite damage can be significant in the Kansas City and surrounding areas - do not close on a house without being sure of it's condition. Given the potential damage implications, this is one of the most important inspection elements.
Radon is responsible for approx. 21,000 lung cancer deaths annually. This makes Radon testing a serious consideration.
Every home in the Kansas City (and surrounding) area has some levels of radon present. The only way to determine how much radon is in the home is to have it tested.
Every home is different, but residential variety pales in comparison to the differences in commercial building. When investing in a major complex commercial real estate asset, trust us to inspect the asset and to identify the immediate repairs and deferred maintenance issues.
Breathing high levels of asbestos fibers can lead to an increased risk of lung cancer in the forms of mesothelioma, which is a cancer of the lining of the chest and the abdominal cavity.
Most products made today do not contain asbestos. Those few products made which still contain asbestos that could be inhaled are required to be labeled as such. However, until the 1970s, many types of building products and insulation materials used in homes contained asbestos.
When buying a new home, you should consider getting a mold inspection. Mold inspection is a different process from typical housing inspections. There is no way to know what kind of water damage may have happened in the house you are planning to buy. The only way to find out if mold is present is to do a mold inspection. Samples are taken and tested, with impartial results to determine the best course of remediation.