Types of Home Inspections
Buyer's home inspection
The most common type of home inspection - used to determine the condition of the home and identify any potential issues before a purchase goes through.
pre-listing home inspection
An inspection used by sellers to identify any home defects prior to listing, in order to remove potential barriers and ensure the optimal price for the home.
new home warranty protection inspection
An inspection that occurs at the end of a new home 1-year warranty period (usually month 11) to determine if any repairs are needed before the warranty expires.
preventative maintenance home inspection
An inspection used by a homeowner (recommended every 5-7 years) to determine the condition of a home in order to address any potential issues and budget for any major repairs in the future.
Single Family Homes
<1500 Square Feet - $400
1501-2000 Square Feet - $425
2001-2500 Square Feet - $450
2501-3000 Square Feet - $475
3001-3500 Square Feet - $500
3501 - 4000 Square Feet - $525
4001+ Square Feet - Contact for pricing
*If the home was built before 1974, add $50
<1500 Square Feet - $375
1501-2000 Square Feet - $400
2001-2500 Square Feet - $425
2501-3000 Square Feet - $450
3001+ Square Feet - Contact us for pricing
Multi-family home/ADU: additional units <500 Square Feet - $200
Multi-family home/ADU: additional units 501-1000 Square Feet - $250
Multi-family home/ADU: additional units 1000-1500 Square Feet - $300
Multi-family home/ADU: additional units 1501+ Square Feet - $350 and up
Re-inspection: 50% off original price
What is a Home Inspection?
An inspection is a thorough examination of the exterior and interior of the residential property including the grounds, the structure, and the mechanical systems that comprise the property to determine structural defects, broken or obsolete components, and damage due to water, wear and tear, and other conditions.
PDX Hive will professionally assess each component of your home, looking for visible defects, damage, and safety concerns. The process usually takes about 2-3 hours, and you are welcome to join the inspector during the walk-through. At the end of the inspection, you will be provided with a verbal summary of key points, and are encouraged to ask questions and seek any additional information you need to understand the condition of the home. After the inspection, you will receive a comprehensive report with illustrations covering the following 10 components:
roofing, exterior and site, structure, electrical, heating, central air conditioning, insulation and ventilation, plumbing, interiors, and built-in kitchen appliances.
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*Please note: Per Oregon law, inspectors are not allowed to inspect certain components in your home. Please review our Agreement and the Oregon Standards of Practice for more details.