Frequently asked questions.

Frequently asked questions.

We’ve performed thousands of home and property inspections in Tulsa and the surrounding areas, so we’ve encountered many common customer questions. Here are our answers. If you don’t find what you’re looking for, contact us!

To determine the cost of your home inspection, find your property’s square footage and the corresponding price on our price list. To see your inspection price, visit our pricing page.

Whether you’re a buyer or seller, a home or commercial inspection can help identify any unknown issues. Our inspectors will efficiently and thoroughly inspect the property for any deficiencies, maintenance, and safety issues.

Yes! If you’re available, we recommend you join us for the entire inspection to get the best overview of the property’s condition. Our inspectors will review the findings with you and answer any questions. If you’re unable to attend, we include lots of pictures and detailed descriptions in your report, and are able to review your report with you and answer any questions by phone.

It typically takes 2-3 hours to inspect a 2,000 square foot home. Several factors affect the length of the inspection, including the property’s age, condition, features, additional structures and construction materials. While we work efficiently, we will provide a professional, thorough inspection every time.

We accept cash, check or money orders at the time of the inspection, or online at any time before or at the inspection with Visa, MasterCard, Discover or Amex. We can accept payment at closing arrangements in some cases for an additional fee.

Unfortunately, no. Inspectors are specifically prohibited from working on homes for customers by state law. We are happy to provide a list of recommended contractors we have personal experience with. We receive no return benefit from these contractors.

Yes. All licensed home inspectors are required to carry up-to-date general liability insurance. Our inspectors are covered above the minimum requirement set by the Construction Industries Board. We can provide copies of our insurance and credentials upon request.

We guarantee your report will be sent within 24 hours. However, your report is generally available the same day of your inspection.

Infrared (thermal imaging) is a state-of-the-art, non-invasive technology that allows our inspectors to show clients things about their homes or buildings that can’t be revealed using conventional inspection methods. This advanced technology gives our trained inspectors the ability to identify moisture intrusion, energy loss, and other issues. Find out more about our technology and thermal imagers.

Yes, please give us a call so we can learn more about your properties and your needs.

Frequently asked questions.