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Inspection Rates

Inspection Rates Updated January 2023– Based on heated & cooled square footage. Payment is required at the time of inspection

Up to 1250             $325

1250 to 1,500         $350

1,501 to 2,000        $425

2,001 to 3,000        $475

3,001 to 3,500        $525

3,501 to 4,000        $600

Larger Homes Call For Pricing

Inspection Rates

Pool-w/full home inspection                  Add $100

I do not inspect homes older than 1960.

I do not inspect homes with a crawl space raised foundation. 

Water Testing Inspection Rates

Coliform bacteria/E. Coli-w/inspection (24 hour test at local lab)         $150

Nitrate/Nitrite                                                                                          $100

Radon Gas Testing Inspection RatesState of FL Cert# R1800 – EPA Protocol Real Estate Transaction Radon testing results in 1 hr.

Continuous Electronic Monitor (48 hour test per EPA Protocol) - $200

With Full Home Inspection  - $150

Continuous electronic monitor, receive the results in 2 hours after the minimum – 48 hour test cycle.


  • Hourly radon readings, temperature, humidity, barometric pressure

  • Tamper resistive testing procedure

  • Toll free number to EPA certified lab,

  • Radalink for client support

  • Radalink NEHA#101381AL1

  • Radalink Measurement Specialist FL ID# RB1585

4 Point Insurance Inspection Rates

4 Point Insurance Inspection        $200

With Full Home Inspection            Add $100

Wind Mitigation Verification Inspection Rates

Wind Mitigation Verification Inspection    $175

With Full Home Inspection                       Add $100

Florida law could save you hundreds of dollars a year in premiums!
Windstorm Mitigation Inspection

    A wind mitigation inspection could potentially help you lower your insurance premiums. You my be eligible for discounts that can save you up to 40% off your windstorm insurance.

    A Windstorm Mitigation Inspection is a valuable inspection service that may reduce the windstorm portion of your homeowners insurance. Insurance discounts are available for building features that reduce damage during high wind events. The discounts are justified because stronger, more wind-resistive structures have lower windstorm losses, which mean reduced costs to insurance companies. Most existing structures have one or more wind resistive construction features and may qualify for some insurance discounts.

The state of Florida REQUIRES Insurance Companies to offer REDUCED RATES for certain Hurricane resistant features:

Cut your insurance costs with a wind mitigation inspection.

What is a four point inspection?

   Insurance companies have become increasingly reluctant to issue Homeowner Insurance Policies on older homes (usually 25 years old or more). Their common concern is that there may be conditions in an older home that could become a liability to them. For instance; a home with a roof nearing the end of its reliable service life may fail while under the policy and the homeowner may seek reimbursement from their insurance company for damages to the home or its contents. Similar concerns extend to the condition of the HVAC, electrical and plumbing systems in an older home. If these elements are in poor condition, in need of being updated or replaced or were improperly installed, they may fail and cause fire or water damage to a home.

   Newer homes are assumed (by the insurance companies) to not have these problems as frequently as older homes. The Four Point Insurance Inspection consists of a visual survey of the following four primary components:

  • Roof

  • Electrical

  • HVAC (Heat, Ventilation & Air Conditioning)

  • Plumbing

  The insurance companies are expecting the condition of the components listed above to be working as intended within the manufacturer’s specifications. The insurance companies are looking for the four systems to be in generally good working condition and fulfilling their intended function. If the home is an older home the insurance companies want to see that the systems have been updated.

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