Competitive Home Inspection Prices
How Much Do Our Home Inspections Cost?
Home Inspections Prices Include:
Structure, Roof, Exterior, Electrical, Heating, Cooling, Insulation/Ventilation, Plumbing & Interior
As applicable, the home features below add to the home inspection price
- Age of home: over 50 years: +$30
- Roof height: 3-story: +$30; roof deck +$30
- Detached garage: +$30
City Condo or Apartment-Style (Flat) Inspection Prices*
These inspections costs include electrical, heating, cooling, insulation/ventilation, plumbing & interior
1 – 2 bedrooms, up to 1500 SFT $359
2 – 3 bedrooms, up to 2000 SFT $379
Condo larger than 2000 SFT Call for price
*Apartment-style condominium inspection prices are priced lower because the exterior, roof and common areas are typically the responsibility of the condominium – homeowners association and therefore not included in the inspection. Please note that condominium and town home inspections that include inspection of the exterior, roof, basement AND/OR garage are priced at the single-family / town home price levels.
ValueGuard Certified Radon Testing Service
ValueGuard Pennsylvania DEP Certified radon technicians have performed over 20,000 local radon detection tests.
- Tamper-resistant, continuous rate electronic monitor
- Convenient 48-hour test
- Accurate, certified report
Tamper Resistant Radon Test: $165
Package discount: $140 with home inspection (save $25!)
ValueGuard Additional Inspection Services:
- Termite – Wood Destroying Insect Inspection: $90 – scheduled with home inspection
(performed by Boro Exterminating Co. Inc. or Thur-o Pest Management LLC)
- Water Quality Testing: $200 – $225 with home inspection
- Well Inspection & Certification: $350 with home inspection
- Follow-up Inspection: $150
ValueGuard Multi-Family Building Inspections:
- Multi-unit (duplex, triplex, quad) building inspection: starting at $450; call for quote
ValueGuard Commercial Building Inspections:
- Commercial Inspections: Call for quote
Experts recommend against choosing an inspection company based on price alone!
A “low price” inspector may charge less because he needs the business (inexperienced) or because he takes less time per inspection (takes shortcuts) and can do more inspections per day. Choose wisely and consider more than price.