All homes are unique and because of that an inspection fee varies. A home inspection fee is determined by the square footage of the home, number of: heating/cooling systems, electrical systems, bedrooms, bathrooms, and kitchens. Other factors are: is the home on a slab, crawl space, or basement? As you can see, there can’t be a “one price fits all”. The more information you provide, the more accurate your quote will be and the better we will be able to prepare for your home inspection.

Standard Home Inspections

  • Condominium / Townhome / Co-op
  • Single Family Home Inspections
  • Multi – Family Home Inspections (2,3,4 Units)

Additional Inspection Services

Pre-Listing (Sellers) Inspection – Give us a call and get it SOLD!
Builders Warranty Inspections
Home Maintenance and Safety Inspections
Light Commercial
Radon Measurement Testing: (stand alone – $200.00)

*Condominium and Townhouses are less due to the limited scope of the inspection.

Owners of these homes own the inside of the structure only and we do not inspect the roof, attic, exterior (including stairs and walkways) or any other shared components that are owned by the Home Owner’s Association.

**One radon test canister is included in your radon test. The EPA recommends one (1) test canister per every 2000 sq ft. If the home is more than 2000 sq ft, two (2) test canisters would be needed to confirm radon levels.

**All inspection reports are emailed. If a hard copy inspection report is desired, a mailed report fee is $35.

What Our Home Inspections Cover?

Here are some of the many items we will be looking at, during your home inspection: Full Inspections Include:

Structural Components:
Foundations, Columns, Beams, Basements, Crawl spaces, Floor, Wall, and Ceiling Structures.
Roofing Components:
Roof Structure (rafters truss, etc.), Roof Coverings (asphalt/fiberglass shingle, cedar material, flat/built-up, etc.), Gutters, Downspouts, Flashings, Skylights and Chimneys, shake, tile, slate, roll roof

Exterior Components:

Siding (brick, brick veneer, vinyl, composition board, stucco, cement shingle, wood, cedar, stone), Garage, Carports, Decks, Patios, Porches, Driveways, Walks, Fences, Soffits, Fascias, Retaining, Walls, Basement Stairwells, Window Wells, Lots/Grounds and Water Spigots.

Interior Components:
Ceilings, Walls, Floors, Doors, Windows, Kitchens (installed ranges, range venting, dishwasher, micro waved, Disposal), Baths (sinks/vanities, tub/showers, toilets), Laundry Facilities (washer/dryer power supplies, washer drains, utility sink/drains, dryer venting), Fireplaces and Stairs/Handrails.

Heating & Cooling Components:
Forced Air, Boilers, Radiant Heat, Heat Pumps, Central Air, Ductwork, Registers, Radiators, Thermostats and Filtering Systems.
Electrical Components:
Electric Service Entrance, Service Panels and Sub Panels, Circuit Breakers, Fuses, Grounding, Branch Circuits, Outlets/Wall Switches and Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters (GFCI). (AFCI).Arc Fault Circuit Interrupter
Plumbing Components:
Main Supply Lines, Distribution Lines, Drains, Traps, Vents, Faucets, Shut-Off Values, Pressure Regulators and Water Heaters,
Attic Components:
Insulation, Ventilation, Vapor Barriers, Attic Fans, Whole House Fans, Plumbing Vent Pipes, Furnace Flues and Chimneys.

If I can’t take the time to do it right, I’d rather not do it at all.
An average home inspection takes approximately 2.5 to 3 hours to complete. I schedule a 4 hour for each inspection so I am never being rushed. I spend just as much time in the office preparing the report as I do on site. Getting it right for you is my top priority. .” Precisely what you need… Now!”

All home inspections come with a FREE Recallcheck report on appliances in your new home,and Free membership with the Home Owners Network!


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