Q: How much does an inspection cost?
A: All inspection prices are based on the square footage and age of the building. Additional costs may be accrued for additional buildings, pools and/or spas.
Q: How long does the inspection itself take?
A: This will depend on what is requested in the inspection (i.e. Building only, Building and Pool, etc.). Typical single building inspections range between 3-4 hours.
Q: Why should I choose RSP Inspections?
A: There are several reason why. Below are a few of those reasons.
- Honest – You will all get an honest, objective report of the overall condition of the property.
- Certified – All RSP inspectors are certified by the American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI).
- Personal – Your inspector will review and explain all findings and be more than happy to answer any other questions you may have.
Q: How can I schedule and inspection?
A: Select the appropriate “Request Inspection” button above (Residential or Commercial), complete the information requested and we will be in touch with you within 24 hours (if not earlier) to schedule your inspection.
Q: What is included in a Residential Home inspection?
A: Each Residential Home inspection includes a review of at least 10 major components.
- Site – Grading, drainage, retaining walls, walkways, driveways, patios, decks, porches, fencing and gates.
- Structure – exterior walls, parapets, trim/fascia, chimney, wall foundation, slabs, basement, and crawl spaces.
- Attic/Roof – entry access, insulation, ventilation, framing, roof surface, flashing, roof penetrations, drainage, overhangs, gutters and downspouts.
- Garage – overhead garage door, automatic door opener, fire separation and laundry area (if applicable).
- Plumbing – main piping, distribution piping, waste and vent piping, gas fuel systems, lawn sprinklers, water heater and laundry connection.
- Heating/Cooling – source type, condition of equipment, distribution/duct system, filters and thermostat.
- Electrical – service entrance to property, capacity of system, service panels, circuitry, wiring, outlets and switches.
- Interior – operation of doors and windows, flooring, walls, ceiling, fireplace, closets and stairs.
- Kitchen – cabinets and counters, sinks, faucets, garbage disposer, dishwasher, range, oven and other built in appliances.
- Bathroom – cabinets and counters, sinks, faucets, tubs, showers, toilets and ventilation.
- Pool/Spa – IF APPLICABLE – outer shell, deck, filter, pumps, piping, blower, electrical, heater and other safety aspects.