Home Inspection Fees
What is the home inspection fee?
This is often the first question asked, but the answer tells the least about the quality of the home inspection. Home Inspections fees are based according to size, age and various other aspects of the home.
Property inspection fees from a certified professional home inspector generally start at $300. Aside from the time invested, the value of the inspection and report can be measured by its usefulness. If the inspection turns up little wrong with the house, you’ve bought some relatively inexpensive peace of mind. If the inspection finds serious problems, your Home Inspection Fee could end up saving you many thousands of dollars. Owning a home is one of the most important investments most of us will make in our lifetime. A professional home inspection will help you to better understand the condition of the home you are buying or selling.
How long does the home inspection take?
Depends upon the size, condition of the home, and most of all on how many questions the client has. Finally, the inspector is there for as long as needed. You can usually figure 1.2 hours for every 1,000 square feet. For example, a 2,500 square foot house would take about 3 hours. Our home inspection reports will be emailed to the client the following day in a form of a PDF file. This way the home inspector has enough time to review all pictures, and all comments from the house inspection. In addition to the emailed report, the house inspector will be available to answer any questions that the client has even after a year of move in.
Home Inspection Includes
- Structure of the home
- Heating / Cooling
- Attic, roof
- Find out more on what a home inspection include.
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- Mold sampling testing or,
- Air quality testing