Why You Should

          Inspect Your

  Residential Property 

Buying or Selling...

       Residential properties are huge investments. Perform due diligence on your home with Mike Bucher, The Better Home Inspector to assure yourself that the home meets all of your expectations. Residential homes are different from commercial properties in that mountain homes are mostly wood construction.  That’s where you find your mold and dry rot issues.  Also, generally, there are no handicap issues such as grip bars, height and size of toilets as examples.
      The Better Home Inspector is your expert and you can rely on my experience and your 28-page computer generated report to spot any home deficiencies.  Don’t forget - you have an invitation to come along on the inspection and learn first-hand about what’s right and what’s wrong with your home.  Ask as many questions as you like.

      Buyers should assure themselves that they are not headed for a money pit.  Sellers should inspect to make sure that their home won’t generate any negative surprises in the middle of escrow.

     Remember, a home inspection may pay for itself before the close of escrow.



0000 to 1499 Sq. Ft. - $185.00
1500 to 1999 Sq. Ft. - $199.00
2000 to 2499 Sq. Ft. - $220.00
2500 to 2999 Sq. Ft. - $245.00
3000 to 3499 Sq. Ft. - $270.00
3500 to 3999 Sq. Ft. - $290.00
4000 to 4499 Sq. Ft. - $315.00
  4500 to 5000 Sq. Ft. - $345.00*

*Written Quote on Homes Larger than 5,000 Sq. Ft.
Older homes may incur additional fees
Re-inspections $100.00
Townhouse, Mobile Homes and Condos $165.00