SERVICES & FEES
Home and Pest Inspection Prices (by size and sq ft)
Up to 1,500 $495
Up to 2,000 $515
Up to 2,500 $545
Up to 3,000-4,000 $595
-Larger than 4,000 call me today for an estimate.
Add on services to home or pest inspection:
Home built prior to 1978: $50
ADU w/ Inspection: $100 (Up to 1,500 sq ft)
Outbuilding w/ Inspection – Shop, Studio, etc ($100 per 1,500 sq ft)
Mold Sampling: Two Samples: $350
Travel: Fees for ferries and mileage may be added but will always be detailed in inspection agreement
A La Carte Services:
Complete Wood Destroying Organism Pest Inspection $225
Blower Door Test (New Construction) $300
Home Energy Audit with Blower Door Test Starting at $800
Crawl Space or Attic Evaluation: $250 for one or $300 for both!
Mold Evaluation: Testing starts at $400 plus samples, call for estimate
We follow the Washington State Standards of Practice.
These are stated clearly as the minimum standards for an inspector. If the inspector has “specialized training” and experience or competency beyond the minimum, they can use it. I do more, every inspection for you – so I charge a little bit more than the inspector who doesn’t know much. The results are simple, knowing what you’re buying outweighs someone appealing to the lowest common denominator.
Commercial Inspections: We offer complete commercial inspections that conform to industry standards. Each commercial inspection is uniquely tailored to the specific attributes of the property inspected and the needs and uses of the client. Our portfolio of commercial inspections includes light-industrial, manufacturing and multi-family housing. Give us a call or send an email with the scope and address of the property to be inspected and we can create a prospectus unique to your transaction.
Inspection Cost – What are you paying for?
Our prices reflect the cost of how we run our business. I don’t take online classes for continuing education, instead I choose to learn in a classroom and do it over 50 hours a year. I don’t believe in marketing tricks – read customer reviews and ask yourself if the realtor is always a reliable source of referral for this critical time. The cost of a good home inspection is the cost of quality continuing education, travel time, tools, communication, time inspecting, producing a quality report and integrity. Think about the type of inspector you want to hire and the type of inspection report you want before making a decision.