HOME INSPECTION COST

SERVING VANCOUVER, WA & PORTLAND, OR

Single Family Homes

(Built in 1979, or Newer)

Single Family Home up to 999 sq ft $425

Single Family Home 1,000 – 1,999 sq ft $450

Single Family Home 2,000 – 2,499 sq ft $500

Single Family Home 2,500 – 2,999 sq ft $550

Single Family Home 3,000 – 3,499 sq ft $625

Single Family Home 3,500 – 3,999 sq ft $700

Single Family Home 4,000 – 4,499 sq ft — $800

Single Family Home 4,500 – 4,999 sq f. — $900

Over 5,000 sq ft call for pricing

Built between 1951 – 1978   add $75 – (More Info)

Built in 1950 or before add $125 – (More Info)

Multifamily Housing

Condos (Interior only) up to 999 sq ft $375 (See Below)

ADUs, Duplexes, Triplexes and Multifamily Homes – (See Below)

U.S. Military Home Inspection Discount

In gratitude for the courageous defense of our country, Slopeside Home Inspections offers a $25 discount to all active and veteran members of the United States military.

First Time Home Buyer Home Inspection Discount

If you’re a first-time homebuyer, we’ll apply a $25 discount to the final cost of your inspection.

Pre-Listing Inspection

Use Single Family Home Pricing

4-Point Pre-Listing Inspection

up to 1,999 sq ft – $350

up to 3,499 sq ft – $400

3,500 sq ft and over – $450

Additional Services

Radon Testing (w/ home inspection) $175

Mold Sampling (w/ home inspection) $250

Water Testing (w/ home inspection) — $375

Re-Inspection $200 per hour – (More Info)

Additional Building < 500 sq ft $75

Additional Building 501-1,000 sq ft $150

Stand-Alone Service / Charges

Radon Testing $200

Mold Sampling $400

Water Testing — $425

Distance Fee add $50 if 40+ miles, add $75 if 60+ miles, outside of Salmon Creek, WA.

Review the Washington and Oregon home inspection pricing and cost tables, above, for the estimated cost to have a home inspected.

Call 971.322.6940 to get an accurate home inspection price quote.

Email us to get an accurate home inspection price quote.

Schedule your Washington or Oregon home inspection today. Our online scheduler will also provide you with an online estimate.

Multifamily Housing Home Inspection Cost

ADUs, Duplexes, Triplexes, and Multifamily Homes

The pricing for attached ADUs, duplexes, and triplexes is based on the total square footage, and the number of units in the property. To figure out pricing, start by pricing the total square footage of all the units and add $125 per unit. For example, an 1,800 square foot duplex (total sq. ft. & assuming built in 1979 or newer) would be $450 based on single family home pricing, plus $125 for each unit for a total of $700. Detached units (ADUs) are priced separately as single family homes.

Condos – Interior Only

Condos inspections are interior only inspections. This is because the exterior, including the siding, roof, attic and crawlspace are typically covered by the condo association. However, if you would like these areas inspected, please use single family home pricing.

Built in 1978 or Before

For homes built between 1951 – 1978, please add $75 to the inspection, and add $125 if built in 1950 or before. This helps cover the increased costs related to inspecting older homes. Older homes typically take longer to inspect, and there are more environmental safety precautions that are associated with older homes.

Re-Inspections

Re-inspections are $200 an hour with a 1 hour minimum, giving you peace of mind that defects discovered in our inspections have been properly repaired prior to closing. This is sometimes required by lenders. Please call or email us to schedule your re-inspection.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

WHAT IS A HOME INSPECTION?

A home inspection is an unbiased evaluation of the condition of the visible and accessible items and components of a home as defined by the WA Standards of Practice. It is most often performed during a real estate transaction, but can also be performed as annual maintenance inspections.

WHAT DOES A HOME INSPECTION COST?

Rates will typically not vary more than $100 between different companies, and are based on the square footage and age of the property. Slopeside Home Inspections doesn’t strive to provide the cheapest cost, but rather to provide the best value. I encourage you to not base your decision on price alone, as a home purchase is one of the largest financial decisions you will make in your life. Quality is remembered long after the price is forgotten.

WHAT ALL IS INCLUDED IN A HOME INSPECTION?

A home inspection will typically include an examination of the foundation and basement, roof, attic, heating and cooling systems, electrical and plumbing systems, as well as the general condition of the structure itself. An inspector will look for poor construction practices and make note of any repairs that might be required or any general maintenance issues. Importantly, they will also make note of any health and safety issues that need to be addressed.

HOW LONG DOES A HOME INSPECTION TAKE?

Typical inspections last anywhere from 2 – 3 hours depending on the age, condition, and size of the home. Larger homes, older homes, or homes that have not been well maintained always take longer than smaller, newer, well maintained properties, and can easily take longer than 3 hours to inspect.

DO YOU OFFER RADON TESTING & SEWER SCOPES?

We do offer radon testing. We do not offer sewer scopes, but we partner with two great companies, Speedy Inspections and 45th Parallel Home Inspection. We’ll schedule the sewer scope to be performed at the same time as the home inspection.

Home Inspection Reports Straight To Your Inbox

HIGHLY-DETAILED SAME-DAY DIGITAL HOME INSPECTION REPORTS

Easily accessed by a computer, tablet, mobile device, or available as a PDF. Your report will be carefully reviewed before being delivered to ensure that the findings are accurate, easy to read, and exceptionally detailed.

Our user-friendly and easy to understand professional home inspector reports are made available the same day as the home inspection. Pictures are attached when needed to clarify the nature of defective home components. As a certified professional home inspector, during a home inspection, Andrew reviews all of the major components and systems of a home, from foundations and crawlspaces to attics and roofs, to ensure you end up with a detailed inspection report including pictures, and radon testing or mold sampling when needed.

HIGHLY-DETAILED SAME-DAY DIGITAL HOME INSPECTION REPORTS FOR REALTOR AGENTS & REAL ESTATE BROKERS

Clear reports that are easily accessed by a computer, tablet, mobile device, or available as a PDF, combined with helpful service for realtor agents or real estate brokers and their home buyers and listing clients. The built-in features of our intuitive inspection reports help the homeowner and the real estate agent build a repair-request document with ease, where they can include their customized comments about seller concessions and repair details.

Our home inspection reports give realtors, and their clients, the information they need to make an informed decision when buying or selling a home.