DSP Incorporated

Multi-Faceted Consulting

DSP Inc. 
A Multi-Facetedng Company

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Base Pricing for Home Inspections

DSP - Inspection Pricing for One Year Performance ( One-Year Warranty)

Most Ranch Style Homes - Starting at= $280.00
Two Story Homes - Starting at = $330.00

DSP - Inspection Pricing for Retail Home Purchases

SINCE EVERY HOME DIFFERS, multiple factors can affect pricing. Location, age of home, selling price, access, etc...
 For the most accurate price quote, please contact us.
However, for your comparison purposes, these are the typical starting prices.

Square Footage

Under 2000

2000 - 3000

3000 - 3500

3500 - 4000

4000 - 5000

5000 +


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Pier and Beam 






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Additional charges for pool, outbuilding  and Pest / WDI inspection if requested. Call for Quote

How to Pay

For your convenience you may pay for your inspection in any of the following manners:

Personal Check or Cash - If you plan to meet the at the house by the end of the inspection, you can pay by Personal Check or Cash

Credit / Debit Card / PayPal - You can pay using PayPal or by Credit Card in person or by using the link below.  Select the proper drop-down list pricing for your home then click the Buy Now button below.  NOTE: if your home has a pier and beam foundation, be sure to click the price listed with P&B. (I.E. - 2000 - 3000 SF - P&B)

Inspection Prices

Various factors that can affect pricing of an inspection!

                                             It really is much more than just square footage…

  • Age of Home – All homes can naturally deteriorate as they age. Factors such as, but not limited to, effects of the elements, home maintenance, and normal wear and tear, affect homes in multiple ways.  As an example, a home that is 75 years old will most likely have more issues than one that is 10 years old.  Older homes typically take additional time to inspect as well as to write the associated report.  Additionally, what may have been allowed by code when the home was built, may not meet current code requirements.  Typically these items are not required to be upgraded for re-sell purposes. 

  • Type of Foundation – Pier & Beam built homes always require additional time to inspect.  Many require great effort to accurately inspect the “Crawl Space” This can be magnified in older homes.  It is common for slab foundations of homes in North Texas to experience movement during their lifetime.  Current condition(s) can affect the inspection and subsequent evaluation.

  • Location / Lot – Depending on where a home has been built, how it is landscaped, quality of care it has received, etc… it may require additional time to inspect for unusual soil conditions, grading and soil drainage, retaining walls, ability to access, etc…any or all of these can have a direct affect on the home.

  • Type of Roof – Different types of roof construction and/or coverings may require a different type of inspection.  This may include complicated roof structures, multiple fireplaces and height variances.  Not all roofs can be walked upon for an inspection.  There are some instances that may require an expert in the roofing field to adequately inspect a roof to industry standards.