Kansas City Home Inspections

We service all of Johnson County including Olathe and Overland Park, as well as the greater Kansas City metro area. Norm Clark Property Inspections can be reached at 913-780-4677 to schedule a home inspection or for more information.

Our Home Inspection Services

We offer a wide array of home inspection services including: Residential Home Inspections, Commercial, Mechanical, Structural, Roof, Termite, Radon, Chimney/Fireplace, Infrared/Thermography, Moisture Intrusion & Mold, Faulty Electrical, Damaged Insulation, Energy Audits.

All home inspectors are NOT created equal.

Norm Clark received certification as Energy Auditor

In 2009 Norm received his EETC (Energy and Environmental Training Center) Energy Auditor Certification. Being qualified by the Kansas State Energy Office and the Kansas Corporation Commission as an Energy Auditor.

Norm Clark 2007 Member of the Year Great Plains ASHI Chapter

Norm Clark: Great Plains ASHI Chapter 2007 Member of Year

In recognition of outstanding service and commitment to the Great Plains ASHI Chapter Norm Clark was presented the 2007 Member of the Year award.

Many inspectors say they are certified. Unfortunately, some organizations certify inspectors after they take an open book test on the internet. The American Society of Home Inspectors requires rigid requirements for certification including 250 fee-paid inspections, approval of reporting system, signed agreement to meet standards of ethics and practice. Two three-hour examinations cover procedures and ethics. All testing must take place in a testing center where the test subject must show identification prior to testing. Norm is a certified member of ASHI, #114096, as well as the Society of Professional Property Inspectors, the Kansas Association of Real Estate Inspectors, and the Independent Home Inspectors National Association. He is the only F.I.R.E. certified inspector in the state of Kansas and in Missouri.

Many inspectors may be offering introductory pricing while they try to establish a business. Do you want them practicing on your home? There is no substitute for Norm's 27 years of experience and 25,000 completed inspections.

Many inspectors will be gone by the time you need them. Did you realize over 50% of the real estate inspectors in the current yellow pages are already out of business? Not only will Norm perform a thorough, professional, unbiased inspection, he will be there after the inspection to help you plan a strategy for dealing with any deficiencies he may identify.

Many inspectors do a couple of inspections a week as a part-time business so they forget they are running a business. Do they carry all necessary insurance on themselves and their employees? Do they have a full-time office person who can fax copies or reports, answer billing questions, or schedule at your convenience? Norm does. A few inspection firms in town advertise heavily and then pay uninsured subcontractors to do the work. Norm personally does every inspection himself.

Norm is a leader in his industry. He has served in leadership roles locally and nationally for ASHI. He is a founding member of SPPI and wrote their Standards of Practice. His custom software helps him prepare a concise, clearly written, easy-to-understand report with a summary of unsatisfactory conditions.

Isn't your home worth the very best inspector in the Kansas City market?

"Let Norm take the worry out of one of the
largest investments of your life."

Recent News

NSPEC Energy Audit PowerPoint
Find out more about what happens during an energy audit...
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The U.S. Department of Energy Recommendations
The U.S. Department of Energy now advises home buyers to get an infrared (thermographic) inspection before making a final purchasing decision...

Good Stucco Gone Bad!
When people don't know what they are doing you have good stucco gone bad. If your home, new or old has stucco you need to read this.

Fox 4 Problem Solvers
Norm Clark helps break through some serious issues with home inspectors in the KC area on Fox 4 News' Problem Solvers.

Problems Lurking Behind Bad Stucco
An article from the front page of the Kansas City Star digging into bad stucco jobs and what to look for.

What Most Inspection Companies Don't Want You To Know

Home Inspectors: from the Kansas City Star