Premier Inspection Services is a locally owned and family operated Kansas City home inspection company. Since 2006 our home inspectors have been helping home buyers and sellers in the Kansas City Metro Areas. We pride ourselves as one of the most respected and professional home inspection companies in the area. The reason for our company’s success is due to our attention to detail, not only to the home inspection and report but to you the customer .Our home inspection business comes from satisfied customers such as home buyers, home sellers, real estate agents, mortgage companies, home investors / major home investment companies & insurance companies. We enjoy helping people and inspecting homes.Since 2006 we have added home inspectors who are still with our company. Our inspectors are ASHI Certified and have been in the business for at least 10 or more years.Whichever inspector performs your home inspection you can rest assured you are getting the best in the business. All of our inspectors are trained to inspect and report in the same manner. You can expect a professional inspection every time and a great customer experience.
Very detailed home inspection with an excellent report to go with it. I feel very confident in the quality of my new home after the inspection. The inspector, John Browning, was knowledgeable and professional. John did such a quality job our realtor plans on using him again.
Very friendly inspector (and good-looking to boot – inside joke). He was very timely and gave us great information on they inspection process. As he explored our new potential home, he answered all of our questions thoroughly. Being a 1st time homeowner, I didn’t know what to expect, but after reading through the very extensive inspection report, I was very impressed with their services.
Update, spoke with Mark he apologized for the messed up clean out cap. He and I talked and if I needed and inspection I would probably give them a call. I appreciated Mark listening to my situation. He even offered to pay for the cap. This inspection company came to my house that I’m selling to do an inspection for the buyers, the inspector pried the sewer clean out cap out, and then noted that it didn’t fit right in his report. I have done inspections as my business , and this kind of stuff is wrong, and is not something a quality inspector does. And probably should get a little more familiar with plumbing components, to know the difference between a compression connections and a glue on tail piece. Otherwise the inspector seems to have done a fairly good job of finding things I overlooke