Meet Your BrickKicker Team
Franchise Owner / Inspector
Experience includes: home construction, general contractor experience, home remodeling, electronics as well as many years of plumbing and electrical work in a non-related field.
Kurt received his inspection training through BrickKicker University (Formally ITI (Inspector Technology Institute)).
Your Trusted Home Inspector in Central Missouri
The BrickKicker in Jefferson City, Missouri is a professionally trained and certified home inspection firm you can trust. Whether you may be a home buyer, seller or existing homeowner, The BrickKicker will fit all of your home inspection needs.
If you are looking for a qualified home inspector who will approach the job in a consultative unbiased manner, The BrickKicker is just the choice for you. Our trained inspectors will take the time to understand the client’s perspective and offer them a variety of home inspection choices that will fit their needs. We offer expert home inspections, comprehensive inspection reports, and home maintenance advice as well as unique reporting and peripheral services.
Home & Building Consultant
The Inspection Process
- Schedule an inspection by phone or online.
- You are invited and strongly encouraged to accompany Kurt through your home during the inspection.
- You will receive his qualified opinion on the present condition, operation, and function of all major elements of the property.
- Once the inspection is complete, you will receive a comprehensive report with a descriptive overview (including pictures) of your home from the ground up.
Our ServicesHow We Can Help You
Often called single-detached-dwellings are generally those privately owned and maintained and built for one family. Across the country there are many different types of single family homes with many different amenities and building materials. The BrickKicker maintains high training standards to keep up with the latest building methods, and living standards to provide a detailed and educational inspection.Learn More
Condo / Townhome
Condominium and Townhome units typically fall under some sort of management, however that doesn't mean The BrickKicker won't be there to guide you through the makeup of the building, how things work and where. Generally, a condo is one unit within a larger building which has full coverage or control on exterior items, whereas a Townhome is owned with control of the exterior and interior given to the owner of the unit.Learn More
Generally, a multi-unit building is considered to have individual residences contained within one building. Under typical industry standards, a multi-unit building with 4 or less units is residential, while 5 units or more is classified as commercial. Regardless of the size of the building, The BrickKicker knows how to navigate these buildings and understands the methods used in which to maintain or run a multi-unit building.Learn More
Other Offered ServicesOther Services We Specialize In
Mold inspections are where our trained inspectors come to your home and look for any signs or future signs of mold. Previous mold may indicate problem with water, which will come back when conditions return such as a leak. Also it could cause some people to have allergic reactions.
Radon is a naturally occurring gas caused by the decomposition of uranium. This is found in our soil throughout the world. The challenge is, when a home is built over any level of radon the gas could enter the home. Scientist have proven that Radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer but can easily be repaired. It is only through testing for radon gas can you determine a repair is needed.
While a traditional home inspection is designed to look at the elements of an existing home a new construction inspection can go one step further. The BrickKicker inspector is trained to also look at the quality of the construction and help you prepare the Contractor’s Punch-list. This is a list of items found in new construction which are either incomplete, missing or completed in a less than qualify manner.
Pest or Wood Destroying Organism (WDO) inspections are conducted by referred licensed professionals who perform inspections of building structures to determine damage or the possibility of damage from insects, bugs, termites or dry rot conditions. The inspector is looking for wood invaders such as termites, beetles, and insects such as cockroaches or carpenter ants, among other pests.