Pricing & Services

Buyers/Sellers Inspections

600 -1000 sqft
$400
1001 -1600 sqft
$475
1601 -2500 sqft
$550
2501- 4000 sqft
$625
4001- 5500 sqft
$725
Over 5500 sqft
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Termite Inspections (WDI)

With Home Inspections
$75
Without Home Inspections
$150

Radon Testing

With Home Inspections (per canister)
$150
Without Home Inspection (per canister)
$175

** The test requires 48- hour sample collection

Sewer Scope Inspections

With Home Inspections
$250

* When performed on the same day as a home inspection

Without Home Inspections
$400

**Without home inspection or performed on a separate day from home inspection

Drone Flyover

With Home Inspections
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Without Home Inspections
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Commercial Inspections

Commercial Inspections
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Mold Inspections

Mold Inspections
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** Price based on inspection type

Buyer's Inspection

The typical home inspection is the pre-purchase house inspection. The idea is to identify any obvious flaws during the due diligence period, allowing you, as a buyer, to ask for concessions or repairs before closing on the property. Jim Roese Home Inspection will do a complete visual examination of your house in accordance with New Jersey state requirements and procedures..

Termite Inspection

Termites and other wood-destroying insects tunnel through the wood of a home, causing major structural damage that can be costly to repair. Jim Roese Home Inspections offers a WDI Inspections during which we check for signs of an infestation so that it can be promptly remedied.

Radon Testing

Radon is a natural gas that is found everywhere and it’s the second leading cause of lung cancer after smoking. Radon has been proven to be harmful to one’s health and there are no specific safe exposure limits. New Jersey has the most houses that need an inspection for radon and Jim Roese Home Inspections is here to help.

Sewer Scope Video

A sewer scoping video inspection of the lateral sewer line leading from the house at close proximity to the foundation and extending to a tap on a public utility or septic tank. A lateral sewer line is a privately-owned pipeline connecting the property with publicly owned prime sewers or HOA tanks Jim Roese focuses on detecting any potential problems that might lead to difficulties in the future, such as tree roots that have managed to enter the pipe or other obstructions that might compromising the pipeline…

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