Services and Fees
Residential Home Inspections
Thorough visual inspection of all your home’s components and systems.
Radon is considered to be the second leading cause of lung cancer and the leading environmental cause of cancer mortality in the US, by the United States Environmental Protection Agency. The USEPA, strongly recommends that all homeowners test their residences for radon gas concentrations. Radon is a naturally-occurring, radioactive gas that is inert, colorless and odorless. Most radon exposure occurs inside homes, schools and workplaces. Radon gas becomes trapped indoors after it enters buildings through cracks and other holes in the foundation. If your home is tested for radon and it is confirmed that you have elevated levels, a Radon Reduction Systems can reduce radon levels in your home by up to 99 percent.
The main reasons for having mold testing performed in your home are:
- You notice signs of mold such as a mold smell or mold symptoms
- To identify the species of mold in your home
- To help you find where mold is growing
- To test indoor air quality by measuring the amount of spores in the air
- To test if mold in your home has been fully removed
A mold test gives you a snapshot of the amount of mold particles in a certain area at a certain time. But the amount of mold spores fluctuates over time and from place to place.
Wood Destroying Insects can cause serious damage to a home and most often the homeowner would never know it. I can inspect your home for the signs and indications of wood destroying insects, which can potentially save you a lot of cost and headache down the road.
Lead dust screening is now a requirement for one and two-family rental properties every two years or upon tenant turnover. But more than that, lead testing and lead assessments are vital to the health of those who occupy the building.
Lead is a powerful neurotoxin that affects adults and children, but especially children. In children, specifically under the age of 6 years old, lead paint dust and other forms of lead can have long-lasting and detrimental health effects.
Confirm all renovations and work done on the home is proper and was permitted. Learn about any open permits on the property and address prior to closing
Due diligence is necessary when it comes to underground tanks! An estimated 1.2 million tanks nationwide, many of which were installed prior to new regulations in 1988, are a concern because tanks corrode quickly when buried unprotected in the soil. Environmental cleanups are a major headache, tons of red tape and costly! Making sure there is no abandoned oil tanks on your purchase is priority number 1.
Residential Single Family Home Inspection Fee Schedule$375
Up to 1500 sq ft – $375
For each additional 100 sq feet-$10 (up to 3500 sq ft)
Call for pricing on homes larger than 3500 sq ft
Residential (Multi-Family) Home Inspection Fee Schedule$575 - $675
2 Unit- $575
3 Unit- $675
Call for pricing for larger multi-unit properties
Condo/Townhouse Home Inspection Fee Schedule$300
Up to 1100 sq ft $300
For each additional 100 sq feet- $10
Other Services provided with Home Inspection$100 - $250
Radon Test with paid inspection – add $200
Termite/WDI Report with paid inspection – add $75
Radon Test and Termite/WDI report with paid inspection – add $250
Re-Inspection – $250
Other Services provided without a Home Inspection$125 - $250
Radon Test (without home inspection) – $250
Termite Inspection (without home inspection) – $125
Radon Test and Termite/WDI report (without home inspection) – $350
Ancillary Services$125 - $250
Tank Sweep – Check to make sure there is no abandoned oil tanks on your property – $250
Lead Testing – Lead testing and lead assessments are vital to the health of those who occupy the building.
Permit search – Search to see what work has been done on your new home – $120
Sewer Scope – A sewer scope is performed with the help of an advanced plumbing camera. This can give us a full picture of your sewer lines and rule out any invasive tree roots, damage, breaks, and blockages. Doing this can provide you with actionable information that helps avoid unexpected maintenance costs in the future. – $400