Inspection Pricing


Home Inspection

Square footage

Up to 1500 sq ft    $345

1501-2500 sq ft     $395

2501-3000 sq ft    $435

3001-4000 sq ft    $485

4001-5000 sq ft    $575

5001-6000 sq ft    $685

6001-9999 sq ft     $0.20 per sq ft

+10000 sq ft          $0.25 per sq ft

Condominium Inspection

Square Footage 

Up to 1000 sq ft.   $305

1001-2000 sq ft     $340

2001-3000 sq ft    $375

3001-4000 sq ft    $415

+4000 sq ft.          $0.15 per sq ft

Insurance Inspections


Wind Mitigation    $100

Four Point          $125

Wind Mit/4 Point

Combo        $150**

**Special wind mit/ 4 point combo rate for State Farm customers 



Commercial Property Inspection

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What is evaluated in your home inspection


Siding: Look for dents or buckling.

Foundations: Look for cracks or water seepage.

Exterior Brick: Look for cracked bricks or mortar pulling away from bricks.

Insulation: Look for condition, adequate rating for climate (the higher the “R” value, the more effective the insulation is.)

Doors and Windows: Look for loose or tight fits, condition of locks, and condition of weather stripping.

Roof: Look for age, condition of flashing, pooling water, buckled shingles, or loose gutters and downspouts.

Ceilings, walls and moldings: Look for loose pieces and drywall separation.

Porch/Deck: Loose railings or step rot.

Electrical: Look for condition of fuse box/circuit breakers, number of outlets in each room.

Plumbing: Look for poor water pressure, banging pipes, rust pots or corrosion that indicate leaks, sufficient insulation.

Water heater: Look for age, size adequate for the house, speed of recovery, energy rating.

Furnace/Air Conditioning: Look for age & energy rating. Furnaces are rated by annual fuel utilization efficiency; the higher the rating, the lower your fuel costs.

Garage: Look for exterior in good repair and condition of floors – cracks, stains etc.; condition of door mechanism.

Attic: Look for adequate ventilation & insulation, water leaks from roof.

Driveway/Sidewalk: Look for cracks, heaving pavement, crumbling near edges, and stains.

Septic Tanks (if applicable): Adequate absorption field capacity for the percolation rate in the specific municipality and the size of your family.