Home Inspection Pricing:
What Cost Should I Expect?
√ No Hidden Charges: That's why we List all Our Prices Upfront.
Typically, when looking for a home inspector, prospective customers' first question is "How much do you charge"?
Pricing is always a matter considered when looking for a home inspector.
Prices vary depending on the square footage of the home, the age of the home, and various features apart of the home. (Spas, Swimming Pools, Irrigation Systems, Septic, Wells, etc.) Some homes/condos can be inspected in 2 to 3 hours. Older, larger homes can take 4 or more hours.
Most inspections take between three-four hours and can be scheduled for your convenience. Because our fee is independent of any property transaction, you are assured that we are working exclusively and objectively on your behalf.
*(Fees are due at time of inspection. Prices effective 10/1/2019)
This Section Provides The Customer with What They Can Generally Expect To Pay, Eliminating Any Undisclosed Cost Surprises.
Existing Family Home Inspections:
Single-family homes are one-unit dwelling structures. A single-family detached home has open space on all four sides and is not attached to any other structure. A single-family attached home is separated from other structures with walls that are extended from the ground to the roof.
The Home Inspection is a visual, non-invasive inspection of the various systems and components in the Property, The Inspection is Not to identify the normal wear and tear to re-negotiate the purchase contracts. The purpose is to identify material defects and the condition of the property at the time of the inspection. Material defects include structural, life, and safety defects or defects that may be expensive to remedy.
This Inspection is also to inform Existing Home Owners and First Time Investors of some of the Operational and Maintenance Considerations of the Established Property.
Price Range: Starting at $400
Home Inspection Base Prices: