Stand Alone Structural and Mechanical Inspection

$365  (up to 3000 sq. ft — 10¢/sq.ft. over 3000)

Inspections are a visual, non-invasive check of the structure. I will examine the major components and systems of a home which include among other components, the foundation, attic, exterior, structure, roof, plumbing, interiors, central heating, electrical, central cooling, insulation and ventilation, built in appliances, and garage. I will then describe their condition and any significant or safety concerns to the client in a way that is easily understandable by the average lay person. ​

It is very important to know the true condition of the house, so you can determine its true value to you. The home inspector will not make the buying decision for you, but the inspection can provide you with the information needed to make the decision wisely. You will want to know: How many problems? How serious are the problems?   Do I absolutely need to correct the problems or can I live with them?

Don’t walk away from a house just because there are major problems. You still may be getting a good buy, because every house has it’s true market value. The “real cost” of buying a house is its purchase price plus the costs involved in upgrading deteriorated, substandard, broken, malfunctioning, or worn out components or systems.

Stand Alone Termite Inspection


A whole house inspection with termite report is the same home inspection but also includes an assessment of the possibility of wood-destroying insects, including termites in the main structure of the property. There are lenders that require a termite inspection before they will approve a loan on residential properties. I would usually recommend termite inspections as a preventative homeowner strategy.  Termites are responsible for more structural damage to houses than hurricanes, floods and tornados put together. Termites are usually hidden or concealed. Frequently, homeowners do not realize there are termites until they’ve compromised the structure and caused thousands of dollars of damage.
Sellers may not be aware of the presence of termites, thus, it would not be included on the Seller’s Disclosure.  Having a professional inspection to assess that possibility is a prudent choice.  In order to perform a termite inspection in Kansas or Missouri, the inspector must possess credentials from the state.  The findings of the termite inspection are documented in a separate written report.

Homebuyers often overreact after discovering that a house has had damage or treatment for wood destroying pests and on occasion lose interest in the house. Actually, the discovery of an infestation should not be a cause for alarm. Concern yes, but alarm no. Most pest infestations (probably 80%) are either inactive or have already been treated to correct the problem.

Stand Alone Radon Continuous Monitoring


The U.S. Surgeon General has determined that prolonged exposure to high levels of radon (equal or greater to 4 picocuries) is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the U.S. More importantly, this threat is manageable. Feel free to open the EPA website for the Citizens Guide to Radon or the Home Buyers and Sellers Guide to Radon for more information below. They are both downloadable PDF Files.

Stand Alone Thermal Imaging Inspection


FREE with purchase of ​structural and mechanical inspection

An infrared inspection can identify and document moisture intrusion, energy loss, and even unexpected hot spots.  Surefire Home Inspections will look for unexpected leaks and overheating electrical systems.  A Thermal Imaging Inspection could detect major insulation issues.

Stand Alone Detached Garage or Barn Inspection

Outbuildings can vary in size, shape, build, electrical, and other variables.  Due to this, we ask that your reach out to us to discuss further and pricing.

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