Buying Real Estate in Los Angeles is a major decision. Making the right decision with your home inspection company is just as important. A poor inspection may cost you hundreds, or even thousands of dollars and many sleepless nights.

SF up to 1,500 $425
SF 1,501 to 2,000 $475
SF 2,001 to 3,000 $525
SF 3,001 to 3,500 $575
SF 3,501 to 4,000 $625
SF 4,001 to 4,500 $675
SF 4,501 to 5,000 $725
SF 5,001 and above $725 + 13 -cent per sq. Ft
Condominium $375 Up to 1500 Sq Ft after 1501 Sq Ft add $0.15 per Sq Ft
Duplex Inspection $625 Up to 2000 Sq Ft after 2001 Sq Ft $0.15 per Sq Ft
Triplex inspection $700 Up to 3000 Sq Ft after 3001 Sq Ft $0.15 per Sq Ft
Four-Plex Inspection $875 Up to 4000 Sq Ft after 4001 Sq Ft $0.15 per Sq Ft
Mold Inspection and Testing Visual inspection is base on Sq Ft of the structure. See about square footage of the property. “$100 for each mold air sample or canister, 2 minimum. $75 each additional sample. $75 for surfaces sample.


Limited Mold Inspection $375 This price include only single areas of the structure.
New Construction Phase Inspection $350 (per phase)
Properties With Raised Foundations +$250 with home inspection.
Structural Inspection $750
Lead sample test $350
Foundation Inspection $550
Pool and Spa $375
Sewer Line Inspection $300 with home inspection,
$375 without home inspection from roof add $50
Asbestos sample test $350
Properties Located 40 to 60 Miles from Office +$60

*Rates are subject to change without notice. All rates may be modified based on actual property conditions seen after arriving at the property.


How our fees are calculated

Inspection fees are based on the square footage of the building(s) to be inspected. However, other factors can increase the cost. Additional pricing considerations may include the age of the building, raised foundations, basements, detached or outbuildings, multiple heating/cooling units, travel distance, etc. Contact us for a custom quote today.

What to look out for when shopping around – It’s more than just the price

Careful thought should be given to choosing an inspector. The report is a professional opinion based upon the experience and education of the individual actually performing the inspection. This opinion can cost you much more than the cost of a home inspection if it leaves out critical flaws or repairs needed.

Choosing the right inspector should be based on their qualifications, experience and most of all how comfortable you feel with the inspector. These criteria are far more important than a small difference between different inspection companies.

Additionally, any reputable inspector will welcome your questions and want you to be completely comfortable with his qualifications. Don’t hesitate to check an Inspector’s credentials. Ask about his specific education and experience related to building construction, renovation and maintenance.