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I'm not expensive., but home repairs can be.  If you're shopping for the cheapest inspector, ask yourself what a $50 or $100 savings will mean to you when you hire an inspector that's not looking out for you.  I try to be competitive, but my goal is high quality inspections.
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My Prices:
Single family homes up to 2,000 square feet in size$450
Condominium interior, under 1,500 square feet in size$295
Follow-up inspections, (See my policy below)$250
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Additional charges apply for single family homes larger than 2,000 sq.  ft.  in size, for condominium interiors larger than 1,500 sq.  ft.  in size, for condominium exteriors or grounds (common areas), for homes outside of Kitsap County, for detached structures and/or for multiple kitchens.

Follow-up inspections

Jim checks a dishwasher sprayer
Jim checks a dishwasher sprayer
I'm happy to perform a follow-up inspection for you if you hired me to perform the original inspection.  However if repairs were made by a qualified contractor (licensed, bonded and insured) who provided receipts and/or a warranty, it's my opinion that you don't need a follow-up inspection.  If the property owner is not willing to have repairs made professionally, then you may want to negotiate a lower sales price and instead have repairs made by contractors you choose.

If you do choose to have a follow-up inspection performed, I request that receipts and/or work orders for the repairs be provided to the inspector, and that you designate which specific, numbered items from your report you wish to have evaluated.


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