Home Inspection Pricing

Home Inspection Pricing

Affordable pricing from Ron Lane Home InspectionsMost home inspection company’s don’t post their prices. We think this is important because we are upfront in every thing we do. Home inspection pricing can be a big determining factor in which company you choose to use during your home inspection. We want you to have the best, most concise and comprehensive report we can prepare at a fair price.

Up to 2500 Square feet $350.00
2501 To 3000 Square feet $400.00
3001 to 3500 Square feet $450.00
3501 to 4000 Square feet $500.00
4001 Square feet and up .13 cents / Square foot

Additional Services

  • Pier and beam crawl space inspection**……$150
  • Yard sprinkler inspection…………………………..$25
  • Pool and Spa inspection…………………………….$50
  • Re-Inspection ……………………………………………$150
  • Phase Inspections………………………………………Available on request

The fees shown are for homes with slab foundations.
Considerations other than square footage may affect fees.

The average inspection, on site will take between 3-4 hours depending upon the size and age of the home.

We offer senior citizens a 10% discount.

All home inspectors are required to be licensed in Texas. Having a home inspectors license indicates that an inspector has met the minimum standard of performance required to operate an inspection business in Texas. It is not a validation of the licensee’s knowledge or his ability to produce quality work.

If you are a comparison shopper, don’t allow price to be your main concern. The cost of a concise and thorough, professional home inspection is directly tied to the experience and credentials of the inspector and the time it takes to perform the inspection and prepare a comprehensive report. The fair market value for a quality report starts at $350 to $450 for homes up to 3000 square feet and typically increases at about 10 to 15 cents per square foot thereafter, dependent on the credentials, services provided and business practices of the home inspector.

Beware of those charging significantly less. All they have to offer is low price. They perform a superficial inspection in a hurry and write their reports just as quickly. These bargain Inspectors are typically newcomers, or underachievers, who lack the experience and credentials to justify charging the fair market rate for their services. They live on volume performing up to three “quickie” inspections a day. In the home inspection business, you get what you pay for. A single defect missed by your “bargain” inspector could easily cost you thousands of dollars in repairs. More importantly, a missed safety issue can cost you your life.

Your investment in a home inspection by Ron Lane Home Inspections, PLLC is the best money you will ever spend. 

When you want a concise and comprehensive inspection, I'm your man.