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Residential Inspection Fees
Pricing based on livable square footage

       Up to 1,000sqft = $450

   1,001 to 1,500sqft = $475

 1,500 to 2,000sqft = $500

2,000 to 2,500sqft = $525

2,500 to 3,000sqft = $550

3,000 to 3,500sqft = $600

3,500 to 4,000sqft = $650

4,000 to 4,500sqft = $700

4,500 to 5,000sqft = $800

5,000 to 5,500sqft = $900

5,500 to 6,000sqft = $1000

6,000 to 6,500sqft = $1100

6,500 to 7,000sqft = $1200

7,000 to 7,500sqft = $1300

7,500 to 8,000sqft = $1400

8,000 to 8,500sqft = $1500

8,500 to 9,000sqft = $1600

9,000 to 9,500sqft = $ 1700

Travel charges apply to homes over 100 miles from our office


  • We are the first inspection firm in the state to pioneer the use of 2 state-licensed inspectors on each inspection offering an unparalleled benefit to our clients.

  • Two inspectors can cover more ground in the same amount of time allowing us to catch more conditions than a single inspector

  • Most clients are shocked to learn most home inspectors have little to no building trade experience. Therefore, they can only compete with us on price.

  • Cheaper / inexperienced inspectors will easily cost you hundreds, if not thousands of dollars by failing to report on a single item. 

  • Our inspection fees include the use of thermal imaging, all sales taxes, and travel within our service area.

  • We even discount some condo inspections (based on inaccessible areas)

Radon Measurements - $150

The EPA recommends ALL homes be tested during the sale or transfer of a property. The decision whether to have a home tested should NEVER be based on the type of foundation or location of the home. In fact, some of our highest measurements were found on a manufactured home with vents spaced every 10 feet around the raised foundation.

Northern AZ has many different layers of sedimentary rock that have become tilted due to volcanic activity. Therefore, the amount of Radon gas that seeps through these layers is never consistent or predictable throughout a given subdivision or side of town.

We have measured elevated Radon concentrations (above 4.0 pCi/L) in every subdivision in the greater Flagstaff area. Radon levels fluctuate seasonally and annually. Therefore, it is important to monitor indoor Radon levels even after a home tests below the recommended limit.   

As inspectors, we cannot work on homes we inspect due to the conflict of interest. Therefore, we provide only Radon measurements and unbiased results. 

The video below addresses most questions and common myths about Radon

Infrared Thermal Imaging - (included all inspections)

We employ the use of thermal imaging on ALL inspections at no additional cost to our clients. Moisture and many other defects can be concealed and otherwise undetectable without thermal imaging until significant damage occurs. 

 The picture (left) is an dangerously overheated wire at a light switch that was otherwise undetectable visually. We were able to shut down the circuit and report the fire hazard to the seller immediately until the emergency condition was able to corrected.

As inspectors, we use this technology to help identify otherwise hidden defects. We do not use thermal imaging to perform an energy audit which is a completely different inspection altogether.

Moisture from active roof and plumbing leaks are also detcetable with thermal imaging long before extensive damage can occur. Detecting these leaks early can make the difference between calling a plumber or roofer, and calling a restoration company to treat concealed mold growth which such conditions often leave behind. 

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