• 700 sq. ft. - 1200 sq. ft. $190
  • 1201 sq. ft. - 2100 sq. ft. $245
  • Over 2100 sq. ft. - Please Call For An Estimate

  • 0 sq. ft. - 1800 sq. ft. - $245
  • 1801 - 2500 sq. ft. - $325
  • 2501 - 3500 sq. ft. - $400
  • 3501 - 4500 sq. ft. - $485
  • 4501 sq. ft. - or Commercial - Please Call For An Estimate
  • $50.00 - Escrow Billing Service

An array of thermal imaging services are available, including:

Home Energy Efficiency Evaluations
Moisture Inspections
Location Of Leaking Pipes
Moisture detection included with every inspection!

Energy Audits: $200

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Includes full moisture inspection. Air and surface samples analyzed by one of the countries leading environmental testing labs.

Air Sampling - 1 room: $200; each additional room: $75 per sample
Surface Sampling - $75 per sample

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Pool inspections include recommended safety features, pool deck surroundings, pool surface and a visual and infrared inspection of pool electrical, plumbing & equipment

  • Pool: $150
  • Spa - $45

Utah Sales Tax Of 4.7% Is Applied To All Rates

Includes methamphetamine inspection. Surface samples analyzed by one of the countries leading environmental testing labs.

  • Add On: $100
  • Stand-Alone: $150
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Pre-Listing

Before you put your home on the market, this inspection allows you to catch anything that might be found in a buyer's inspection and to address it before it is discovered by a potential buyer and compromises the sale‚Äč.

New Construction

A new construction inspection is an invaluable service if you want to avoid problems that could go undetected for years once your new home has been completed. This inspection occurs before the final walk-through with the builder to give you the opportunity to address any deficiencies before they turn into bigger problems.

Home Maintenance

A Home Maintenance Inspection helps you detect problems early so you can make immediate repairs where needed and identify items to fix in the future. It's a great way to keep up with home maintenance projects for as long as you live in your home.