Home Inspection Pricing

Our inspection fee pricing is based on a number of factors. Since every home is unique in it’s own way, we prefer to speak with you directly for an accurate quote. Our pricing generally is slightly higher than the average home inspection company. If you are looking for a thorough, exhaustive inspection that typically is 30-35% longer than other home inspections, then you have come to the right place. We promise to dedicate all the time that is needed for each home we inspect. We perform a maximum of two inspections a day in order to keep this promise.

Be careful upon hiring a home inspector. Many inspectors do not have the time for your home if some unforeseen issues were discovered. If there are 3 or 4 inspections scheduled for that day the inspector can only spend 2 to 2 1/2 hours at any given home. The other inspections could each be 30 minutes drive time apart which would complete a 9-10 hour day. It is difficult to estimate how long a home inspection will last simply because each home is maintained differently. If the inspector finds a number of issues that are lengthening out the inspection then a problem arises. Does the inspector cut corners to end the inspection at the allotted time? Would you as a buyer even know if the home inspector cut corners or not? The high volume inspector does not want to make the next client wait because your home is taking longer than anticipated. It is important to ask these questions. With $100,000, $200,000, $300,000 and more being spent on the home, don’t you want the inspection company that will take all the time necessary to inspect your home? That company is RW Home Inspections.

RW Home Inspections is not a volume inspection company. We truly want you to believe our motto “We Inspect a Home As if It Was Our Own”.

For a quote we will be asking you the below questions. We look forward to hearing from you. Call 713-385-6456 or email richard@rwhomeinspections.com.

  1. How many square feet is it?
  2. What part of town is the home located?
  3. What is the best phone number to call you at?
  4. Does the foundation allow you to crawl underneath it or is it completely on the ground (slab on grade)
  5. If there is a multiple listing number (MLS) what is it?

Why pay a little more for a NACHI certified inspector?


Payment is due upon completion of the inspection and prior to delivery of the report to the client. Acceptable forms of payment include cash or check. For out of town clients or those that cannot be present for the inspection, payment can be arranged in advance through PayPal. See the PayPal website for more information on terms and fees.