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At Safehome, we do not have any hidden prices or quotes.
*Updated pricing for a home inspection:
Homes 1500 sq ft or less............... $350
Homes 1500-3500 sq ft..................$380
Homes above 3500 sq ft.................additional $10 per 100 sqft.
Discounts can be applied to all prices.
To book an inspection, click "Schedule Inspection". Or give me a call at 918-954-3120
We also offer an "EMP" inspection (Electrical, Mechanical, Plumbing). An EMP inspection is something we offer separate from a home inspection. Sometimes our clients are not interested in a full home inspection and only want major components inspected.
EMP when compared to our regular home inspection is a lower grade, limited visual inspection of the Electrical (breaker box, outlets, grounding, visible wiring etc), Mechanical (Furnace, A/C and other mechanical appliances) and Plumbing systems (Visible water lines, water pressure, water heater, even the crawlspace section looking for water leaks) only and not considered a regulated home inspection by the state of Oklahoma.
A regular home inspection already includes an EMP.
The price for an EMP inspection is $250 any size house
Safehome also offers other services (termite inspection, sewer scoping, landlord inspections) for other services click the button below:
SafeHome Home Inspections partners with other companies to provide Termite Inspections. Usually, this comes at a cheaper prices than the customer could get on their own, because we leverage volume to our partners to get a better price. The termite inspection can almost always be done the next day or whenever the customer wants, at the same time we are doing the home inspection. A licensed professional will come to the home on the date selected by the customer. The termite inspector will walk through the house, if there is a crawlspace the inspector will crawl the crawlspace, look in the attic and look for signs of a termite infestation, including termite frass (droppings) mud tubes and deteriorated wood framing members.
What is a home inspection?
A home inspection is a limited visual inspection of the property as it exists at the time of the inspection. At SafeHome we use the Oklahoma state standards put out by the Oklahoma Construction Industries Board to perform a home inspection. The list of components is pretty extensive but includes the foundation structure including slabs, piers, columns, posts, stem walls; the floor structure including beams, girders, joists, trusses, sill plates, blocking, bracing, drilling, notching and sub floors; the wall structure; the roof structure including rafters, trusses, sheathing, blocking, bracing, drilling, notching and fire stops; the ceiling structure including joists, trusses, blocking, bracing, drilling, notching and fire stops at ceiling penetrations; and, the crawl space, basement and attic moisture conditions and indicators of harmful water penetration or condensation on structural components.
The inspector will come out to the property at a date selected by the customer (usually the person buying the house). The inspector will conduct his inspection. Usually this will take anywhere between 2-3 hours depending on the size of the house and issues found. A thorough inspection takes time. Our inspector will take his time and investigate issues, including safety problems that we find all the time, such as gas leaks.
After the inspection is finished a written report is prepared and delivered to the customer on the same day.
One of the great things about SafeHome is that we use advanced technology so the written report is 85% complete on site and we can immediately share most of the findings with the customer right then and there assuming the customer is present. If you use SafeHome Home Inspections - gone are the days of doing an inspection with a carbon copy and check marks that you may get a few days later, which may not include pictures or context.
For a more extensive list of the components covered and not covered click the link below:
New deal: Sewer scope $99!
You can now order a sewer scope from Safehome Home Inspections LLC. When we do a sewer scope, a video camera is used to go through your sewer cleanout, usually all the way to the public sewer main in order to look for tree roots, cracked sewer lines, etc. This is a great value because there is no other way to know if a problem exists with your sewer line since it is buried underground. If you have for example, a cast iron drain system it is highly recommended that you have a sewer scope of the home you are looking to buy. A cast iron sewer drain system is known to have many problems, so much so that plumbers almost never use cast iron drain systems anymore. Even the most complete and thorough home inspection cannot see buried sewer lines, luckily SafeHome Home Inspections offers a sewer scope to make your inspection that much more thourough.
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Is Thermal Imaging really necessary during a Home Inspection?
We use Thermal Imaging on every inspection, with no extra cost.
Our inspector will perform a full and complete home inspection. This includes all areas that are visible and readily accessible. Our inspector will provide a written report complete with pictures, descriptions, context and more of the home's present condition and any safety issues observed at the time of the inspection. Thermal Imaging is a video tool that helps our inspector even get an understanding of areas that can't normally be seen, such as leaks behind a wall, or missing insulation.
Lets take a look at why we think thermal imaging is a powerful tool
If you would like to see video and pictures from some of our recent inspections click the link above, These are some great examples of finds and issues reported during inspections.
Safehome has a list of local contractors in the Tulsa metro area that we trust to do a professional job. Safehome NEVER accepts payment for referrals. These are just the people who have demonstrated good practice and other habits that we think our customers may benefit from.
Guess what else SafeHome offers customers for free? Safehome now offers a free internationally recognized Life Expectancy Chart for household components.
Sealants, Cabinetry, Stain, Appliances, Countertops, Decks, Doors, Lights, Fixtures, Outlets, Electrical Panels, Joists, Trusses, Fastners, Beams, Flooring, Foundations, Garage Doors, Carbon Monoxide Detectors, Thermostats, Air Conditioners, Furnace, Ducting, Fireplaces, Insulation, Masonry, Panels, Different Plumbing Styles, Fixtures, Radon Systems, Roofing, Roof Coatings, Sidings, Flashings, Pools, Windows and more...
All of these components have a life expectancy and it would benefit any homeowner to know exactly what to expect with regard to the durability of the various components of their home.
This 17 page mini-book is provided for free at no extra cost to all customers.
New! Guess what else Safehome offers customers at no extra charge? The "We'll buy your home back guarantee" backed by the largest home inspection membership group on the planet, Internachi. Click the logo for details:
New - Guess what else Safehome offers with no extra charge?
$25,000 honor guarantee, backed by Internachi. Click for details.
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NEW! every customer will receive a free copy of "The Safe Home" read below
With every inspection each customer will receive a free copy of the book "THE SAFE HOME". This 225 page book goes into detail on how to maintain your home and check for issues, and better understand the components of your new property.