(Condo $300 up to 1000 sq.ft.
No discounts on condo inspections
Home Up to 1000 sq.ft. $325*
1000-1500 sq.ft. $350*
1501-2000 sq.ft. $375*
2001-2500 sq.ft. $400*
2501-3000 sq.ft. $425*
3001-3500 sq.ft. $450*
3501-4000 sq.ft. $475*
4001-4500 sq.ft. $500*
4501-5000 sq.ft. $525*
Houses over 5000 sq. ft call for pricing
Up-charge for older homes by year:
1900-1909 add $150
1910-1919 add $125
1920-1929 add $100
1930-1939 add $75
1940-1949 add $50
Re-inspection $120 (up to 5 items)
$150 (up to 20 items)
Detached garage $50
Crawlspace/Attic Inspection Only $100
Radon without Inspection $140
Radon with inspection $120
Mold Air Quality up to 1500 sqft $165
Mold Air Quality 1501 sqft and up $215
Mold Swab $95 $50 additional samples
$90 Bacteria is E. coli and coliform only (24/48 hrs)
$165 Full panel is E Coli coliform, nitrate, nitrite, lead. (5-7 days)
Results can take up to 7 days if it’s over the weekend
Termite Inspection $80 Detached garage add $35
Nitrate is a chemical found in most fertilizers, manure, and liquid waste discharged from septic tanks. Natural bacteria in soil can convert nitrogen into nitrate. Rain or irrigation water can carry nitrate down through the soil into groundwater.
Nitrites are a salt or ester anion of nitrous acid, which can be naturally or artificially occurring in groundwater. Nitrites come from fertilizers through run-off water, sewage, and mineral deposits.
E. coli is a type of fecal coliform bacteria commonly found in the intestines of animals and humans. ... coli is short for Escherichia coli. The presence of E. coli in water is a strong indication of recent sewage or animal waste contamination.
Coliform bacteria are organisms that are present in the environment and in the feces of all warm-blooded animals and humans. Coliform bacteria will not likely cause illness. However, their presence in drinking water indicates that disease-causing organisms (pathogens) could be in the water system.
Lead can enter drinking water when plumbing materials that contain lead corrode, especially where the water has high acidity or low mineral content that corrodes pipes and fixtures. The most common sources of lead in drinking water are lead pipes, faucets, and fixtures
*Pricing subject to change without notice