Inspection fee start at $275.00 for homes up to 2250-sqft. on a slab foundation.
Add $100.00 if the foundation is a conventional style (crawlspace under the floor).
Add $10 per 100-sqft., after the base of $275.00.
For Detached buildings add the square footage of the detached building to the house fee.
If a home is older than 40 years old add 20% to the overall fee.
Payment options; personal check, online credit card.
Joined ASHI in 1995 and have done about 7500 inspections consisting of either residential, multi-family, light commercial, restaurants and even churches.
What we look at
Structure, Exterior, Roof, Plumbing, Electrical, Heating, Cooling, Interior, Insulation, Ventilation the built-in appliances and fireplace if installed
I am a registered FHA/HUD inspector.
No utilities, no problem! Even with the utilities 'off' many significant defects can still be discovered
but I strongly advise all utilities should be available. Utilities ON is best!
Is the house winterized?
The house should be de- winterized before the inspection
or the plumbing can not be inspected properly!
Why pay for a home inspection You may have looked at a hundred homes. Peering in closets or maybe up into an attic space, what do you know about the houses your looking at? Do you know what to look for that could be a problem? What questions may come up that no one has answers to? How many tons is the cooling system? How many gallons is the water heater? Can I run a gas line to a outside grill? How expandable is the expandable area? Questions like these can often be answered with the Home Inspection.
A home inspection is both a investigative as well as an informative experience. After the home inspection we will discuss the inspection findings with you on-site and a detailed formal 'Home Inspection Report' will be sent to you by e-mail later in the day. The report will list the defects in a 'Summary', display photos taken during the inspection as well as give general descriptive information about the systems and components in the home. Once equipped with this knowledge, you can make a informed confident buying decision about your home purchase. Some lenders may require a home inspection as a part of closing. Licenses and certifications Licensed in Tennessee 407 (new construction approved) Licensed in Mississippi MHIB 0189 NH (new construction approved)
ASHI certified inspector. American Society of Home Inspectors NACHI certified inspector. National Association of Certified Home Inspectors Veterans Administration Compliance inspector for handicapped veterans FHA inspector https://entp.hud.gov/idapp/html/insplook.cfm?in_fha=No Qualifications summary, see tab at left
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