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Pricing

Parker Home Inspections will be the first to tell you, and is not afraid to say that our prices are typically a little higher than the average inspector. With that being said, there's a reason for that. Missouri is 1 of several states in which you do NOT have to be licensed to become a home inspector. Crazy, right? Parker Home Inspections however, is certified through the best inspection organization in the nation (INTERNACHI). We have taken hours upon hours of courses, including ethics examinations, and the 120 question core test. We are trained and certified professionals, on top of the experience, and the hours of continuing education that is required yearly to stay certified. So with that being said, we don't take it lightly, but you can be assured that you're absolutely getting what you paid for, guaranteed. The price of your home inspection is going to depend on a number of things like the size of your home, travel, age, etc. but when finding the right inspector, cheap isn't always the way to go, and you should think of how much money you're putting into your investment, possibly the biggest purchase you'll ever make, your home. 

P.S~ If you're military, past or present, let us know. We'll take care of you.

Certified Inspection Includes:
  • 2 to 3 hour home inspection (on average). 
  • Infrared Certified Inspection.
  • Full in depth, inspection report.
  • Home Maintenance Book.
  • $10,000 Honor Guarantee.
  • We'll Buy Your Home Back Guarantee.
Everything listed above is included with your Certified Home Inspection at no additional cost. 

     

  • roof, vents, flashings and trim

  • gutters and downspouts

  • skylight, chimney, and other roof penetrations

  • decks, stoops, porches, walkways and railings

  • eaves, soffits and fascia

  • grading and drainage

  • basement, foundation and crawlspace

  • water penetration and foundation movement

  • heating system

  • cooling system

  • main water shut-off valve

  • water heating system

  • interior plumbing fixtures and faucets

  • drainage sump pumps with accessible floats

  • electrical service line and meter box

  • main disconnect and service amperage

  • electrical panel(s), breakers and fuses

  • grounding and bonding

  • GFCIs and AFCIs

  • fireplace damper door and hearth

  • insulation and ventilation

  • garage doors, safety sensors and openers

  • and much, much more.

Whats Inspected