Home Inspection Fees
Friendly, honest, understanding, and professional service
We provide inspections 7 days a week with no extra charges for weekend inspections and reasonable rates for a full home inspection. Turnaround for reports is 24 hours for a pre-home inspection and 48 hours for a post-home inspection.
We highly recommend that you look at our FAQ page for more information about home inspections.
Property Type Size (Square Feet) Fee $ Pre- and Post-Home Inspections Condominium Unit Inspection 0 - 1,000 $200.00 Condominium Unit Inspection 1,001 - 2,500 $275.00 Single Home Inspection 0 - 1,100 $350.00 Single Home Inspection 1,101 - 2,500 $400.00 Single Home Inspection 2,501 - 4,000 $465.00
Infrared Thermal Inspection
Please read the FAQ on IR thermal for important information.
- Prices are subject to change.
- Outside the designed area, inspection will include additional travel fees.
- We currently do not offer inspections on exceptional large homes above 4,001 square feet or newly built home inspections.
- We accept Visa, Master Card, cash, Interac e-transfer.
Inspection Property Types
Detached homes are great houses for larger families. The home inspection includes bungalows, and 2 or 3-story homes, usually with a back and front yard. The homes may have attics, basements, or crawlspaces.
Townhouses are great for first-time home buyers, as they are less expensive than detached. There are two types of townhouses; freehold, and condominium townhouses. The main difference is condo townhouses have maintenance fees that cover maintenance around the house such as lawn care, roof, or snow removal. A freehold has no fees because the homeowner takes care of everything around the house.
High-rise condominiums typically have the smallest square footage and lowest costs, so are ideal for single people, or couples. Many people don't think of condo home inspections, but a condo unit inspection can reveal some very concerning issues. Why? What if your neighbour overhead had a flood and there is massive water damage on your ceiling? An IR thermal inspection may reveal it.