We strive for transparency in our inspection pricing. The cost of a home inspection depends on three factors: the square footage of the home, the age of the home, and the location of the home. We provide you with a detailed written price quote before your inspection appointment is finalized. Questions? Get in touch!
Home Buyer's Inspection
Buying a home is the biggest investment you'll ever make. A thorough professional inspection enables you to better understand the structure, problems, and general workings of a home before large problems surface. Identifying trouble spots can be helpful when negotiating the purchase of your home, and mortgage lenders may require home inspection by a licensed and certified home inspector.Schedule
Having your property inspected before putting it on the market can save you time (and money!) and make your home stand out in a hot real estate market. Find out what minor - or major - issues could become stumbling blocks in the sale process, and give yourself and prospective buyers peace of mind.Schedule
Home Warranty Inspection
New construction is commonly covered by a builder's warranty. As the expiration date approaches, it can be a good idea to have your home inspected to be sure that no issues go unremedied before the warranty ends.
If you're looking to warranty your older home, home warranty companies may require a home inspection to rule out preexisting concerns before they provide coverage.Schedule
A remodel can be a stressful time for a homeowner, managing contractors and timelines. Regular visits from a qualified home inspector can keep your project on track.Schedule
Staying current with repairs is an integral part of maintaining your home. A maintenance inspection will help you prioritize issues and connect you with qualified contractors.Schedule