• Start at --------------------------------------------------------------------------$300.00**


Please note that inspection times depend on the condition of the property and often range from 2 hours for houses less than 2000 sq. ft. to 4+ hours for larger houses.  It takes time to be thorough.

* Re-Inspections with receipts for repairs that have been performed.  We ensure the conditions noted on the report have been repaired correctly.

** We beleive that others know the true value of their services and they charge accordingly.


The majority of home buyers (77%) had a home inspection prior to purchasing their home.

REALTORS® reported that 84% of home buyers requested a home inspection as part of their contract.

Almost all REALTORS® (99%) recommend a home buyer to have a home inspection.

Most REALTORS® (84%) have not had sellers contracts terminated as a result of an inspection.

Source: NAR & ASHI 2001 Home Inspection Study, (American Society of Home Inspectors, Feb. 2001).

What is a home inspection?

A home inspection is a visual inspection of the structure and components of a home to find items that are not performing correctly or items that are unsafe. If a problem or a symptom of a problem is found the home inspector will include a description of the problem in a written report and may recommend further evaluation.


Why is a home inspection important?

HOME BUYERS- Emotion often affects the buyer and makes it hard to imagine any problems with their new home. A buyer needs a home inspection to find out all the problems possible with the home before moving in.


What if the report reveals conditions?

All homes (even new construction) have problems. Every problem has a solution. Solutions vary from a simple fix of the component to adjusting the purchase price. Having a home inspection allows the problem to be addressed before the sale closes.


What does a home inspection include?

A home inspector's report will review the condition of the home's heating system, central air conditioning system (temperature permitting), interior plumbing and electrical systems; the roof, attic, and visible insulation; walls, ceilings, floors, windows and doors; the foundation, basement, and visible structure. Many inspectors will also offer additional services not included in a typical home inspection, such as mold, radon and water testing.


What should I NOT expect from a home inspection?

A home inspection is not protection against future failures. Stuff happens! Components like air conditioners and Heat Systems can and will break down. A home inspection tells you the condition of the component at the time the component was inspected. For protection from future failure you may want to consider a home warranty.

  • A home inspection is not an appraisal that determines the value of a home. A home inspector CANNOT tell you if you should buy this home or what to pay for this home. A home inspection report is NOT a PASS or FAIL report.  Only THE BUYER can determine the results of the report.
  • A home inspection is NOT a code inspection, which verifies local building code compliance. Homes built before code revisions are not obligated to comply with the code for homes built today. Home inspectors will report findings when it comes to safety concerns that may be in the current code. A home inspector thinks "Safety" not "Code" when performing a home inspection.

Should I attend the home inspection? 

It is often helpful to be there so the home inspector can explain in person and answer any questions you may have. This is an excellent way to learn about your new home even if no problems are found. But be sure to give the home inspector time and space to concentrate and focus so he can do the best job possible for you.


What is a Home Warranty?

A home warranty does protect you against components that fail in the future. You may have to pay a deductible (service call fee) when you have a problem. If you choose to have a warranty, be sure and qualify coverage of your problem over the phone with the warranty company before they send a repairman. If you do not, you may find out that your problem is not covered and you still must pay the deductible or trip service fee. If you have a home inspection and you know your furnace or another major component is old, you may be better off to buy a warranty before you purchase. We recommend you look closely at what is NOT covered in warranty company policies as you compare prices.


HOME PRIDE INSPECTORS OF LAS VEGAS are rigorously trained both in the classroom and on site, and continually upgrade our skills to keep current with new technologies and professional standards. All of our inspectors are members of regional, state and national associations across the United States, and all inspections are conducted within the Standards of Practice of these associations.


HOME PRIDE INSPECTORS OF LAS VEGAS carry Errors and Omissions (E&O) insurance and General Liability insurance. This is especially important for Realtors, Lenders and Relocation Specialists, E&O insurance is our policy protects referring agents from liability.


HOME PRIDE INSPECTIONS OF LAS VEGAS is an affiliate member of The Greater Las Vegas Association of Realtors,Inc. (GLVAR). Which means, we have Supra Keys and access to Las Vegas area properties.


HOME PRIDE INSPECTIONS OF LAS VEGAS Home Inspectors are trained to inspect THOUSANDS OF ITEMS on a home as part of a standard inspection.