Reveal Your Home’s Secrets: Premier Raleigh Home Inspections

Delivering top-quality, technologically advanced inspections in Raleigh Triangle, NC at competitive prices. Our detailed reports include photos, videos, and thorough insights from our meticulous onsite inspections. Get the best value for your home inspection dollars with us.

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Residential Home Inspections

priced per sq. ft.

0 - 999 sq. ft.

$ 350
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1000 - 1999 sq. ft.

$ 400
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2000 - 2999 sq. ft.

$ 450
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3000 - 3999 sq. ft.

$ 500
00
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4000 - 4999 sq. ft.

$ 550
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5000 - 5999 sq. ft.

$ 600
00
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average triangle home inspection cost, highlighting sixth sense home inspections at $400

* Sixth Sense Home Inspections price point for a 1500 sq. ft. home inspection compared to competitors in the Triangle area. Learn what makes Sixth Sense different.

New Construction Package

Full inspection, plus:

0 - 1499 sq. ft.

$ 850
00
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1500 - 2499 sq. ft.

$ 1000
00
One-Time
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2500 - 3499 sq. ft.

$ 1150
00
One-Time
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3500 - 4499 sq. ft.

$ 1300
00
One-Time
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3500 - 5499 sq. ft.

$ 1450
00
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Ancillary Services

Purchased after Initial Home Inspection

Detached GarageA detached garage inspection is a thorough evaluation crucial for ensuring the safety and functionality of your standalone structure. This inspection covers everything from the foundation and roofing to electrical systems and security features. By identifying potential issues like structural weaknesses or outdated wiring, a detached garage inspection helps protect your property investment and ensures that this separate space is as secure and well-maintained as your main residence. Don't overlook the importance of this key safety check in safeguarding your assets and peace of mind.

$ 50
00
One-Time
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Radon TestA radon test is an essential procedure to ensure the safety of your home from the dangers of radon gas, a leading cause of lung cancer. This test, performed by a certified third-party radon inspector, accurately measures radon levels in your home, providing crucial information about potential health risks. By using an independent expert, you can trust the results are unbiased and reliable, helping you take the necessary steps to protect your family's health and well-being.

$ 150
00
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Pest InspectionA pest inspection is essential for protecting your home from the damage and health risks posed by unwanted pests. This thorough examination, conducted by a certified third-party inspector, identifies signs of infestations and assesses the extent of any damage. Utilizing an independent expert ensures an unbiased and accurate evaluation, helping you take the necessary measures to maintain a pest-free and healthy living environment for your family.

$ 85
00
One-Time
  • Third-Party Inspector

3D Virtual TourA 3D virtual tour offers an immersive and interactive way to explore a property from the comfort of your own home. This cutting-edge technology creates a detailed, 360-degree view of the entire space, allowing you to experience the layout and design as if you were physically there. Whether you're a buyer looking to preview potential homes or a seller showcasing your property, a 3D virtual tour provides a comprehensive and engaging experience that sets your listing apart.

$ 250
00
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Main Line Sewer ScopeA main line sewer scope inspection is a crucial service that involves a detailed examination of the property's main sewer line using a specialized camera. This inspection helps identify blockages, cracks, root intrusions, and other potential issues that could lead to costly repairs. By thoroughly assessing the condition of the sewer line, this service ensures peace of mind and prevents future plumbing emergencies. Whether you're a homeowner or a buyer, a main line sewer scope inspection provides valuable insights into the health of your property's plumbing system.

$ 200
00
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Check out our frequently asked questions below or feel free to reach out with any other questions you may have.

Home Inspections and Appraisals do share some similarities, however, appraisals are a determination of value and home inspections are determinations of the homes overall condition and the condition of indivdual systems and components that play vital roles in the house.

Of course! The more the merrier. We encourage our clients to attend. This allows us the ability to discuss parts of the house in more detail. However, keep in mind that there are certain portions of the inspection process that we do not allow the client to accompany us. For example, when we enter the crawlspace or inspect electrical panels. We will discuss with you in detail about what we find once we are finished inspecting the subsequent components/ systems.  We also require a signed waiver and that your realtor/ broker accompany you. With that being said, we’d love for you to join us.

As long as our schedule will allow it, yes we will. 

We work with other inspectors and third party companies to provide most additional services to you. We want additional services needed to be performed at or near the same time as the residential inspection.

Common issues found during a home inspection can include problems with the roof, such as missing shingles or leaks; electrical issues like outdated wiring or insufficient circuit protection; plumbing issues such as old or leaking pipes; and HVAC system problems, including inefficient operation or outdated equipment. Structural issues like foundation cracks or wood rot can also be prevalent.

A typical home inspection can take between 2 to 4 hours, depending on the size and condition of the home. Larger, older, or homes in poor condition may take longer to inspect.

As a seller, make sure to clear access to areas like the furnace, water heater, and electrical panel. Provide any documentation on the home’s appliances, repairs, and maintenance. As a buyer, prepare a list of concerns or questions you have about the home and discuss these with the inspector.

Standard home inspections do not typically include testing for mold or radon unless specified. However, these services can be provided upon request for an additional fee. It’s recommended to discuss your specific needs with the home inspector beforehand.

If a serious problem is identified, it will be detailed in the inspection report. You may need to consult with a specialist to understand the extent of the issue and the potential remedies. This information can be used to renegotiate the sale terms, ask for repairs, or decide if the property is right for you.

A home inspection covers visual and accessible components of the home. It does not cover areas that are not readily accessible, such as behind walls, under floors, or inside pipes. It also does not include the inspection of non-structural elements like paint, wallpaper, or other aesthetic features.

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