How Much Does a Home Inspection Cost in Baltimore, Maryland?

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What is the Average Home Insepction Cost in Baltimore Maryland?

Home inspections in Baltimore cost $347 on average in 2021. The price varies depending on the type, location, and age of your property. The lowest cost is $213 for a tiny condo and the highest cost is $481 for a larger home.

Home buyers and sellers should consider getting a home inspection. This is worthwhile for both parties because it provides peace of mind, ensures that there are not any significant issues with the home, and is an excellent way to show the real problems that need to be addressed. A certified and licensed professional in Baltimore, Maryland can perform an inspection for you that help you uncover the problems that needs to be fixed.

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Residential Home Inspectors in Baltimore Maryland that are Certified Professionals.

When it comes to home inspections, the cheapest is not always the best. Avoiding future defects with a higher quality inspection today can save you time and money down the road. If you are a buyer or seller, this service is invaluable.

When you want to get a home inspection in Baltimore, Maryland, it’s important to do your research. You can check your inspector’s professional credentials by accessing the Maryland Department of Labor license lookup. NextDay Inspect’s inspectors are licensed, insured, certified, and members of InterNACHI and ASHI.

We want you to get the most out of your experience with NextDay Inspect®. We recommend that you speak to your realtor and read online reviews about the type of service you will receive from us. We offer affordable and high-quality services for our clients.

You’re thinking of buying a house, but you need to know what your home inspector is like. A good place to start is by speaking with your realtor and reading reviews. NextDay Inspect® offers both affordability and top-quality services so you can get the best value for your money.

In Baltimore, Maryland, home inspectors will inspect for these systems and components of each home, looking for potential flaws, deferred maintenance, and necessary repairs/replacements:

  • The interior/exterior finishes
  • Plumbing systems
  • Electrical systems
  • HVAC systems
  • Kitchen and Laundry appliances
  • Roof & Chimney (and attic, if applicable)
  • Basement and Foundation
  • Fireplaces (if applicable)
  • All Door & Windows

Many of these services are generally not included in the scope of a general home inspection. Each of these services carries an additional fee when scheduling a home inspection. Here are a few examples of these services that can be scheduled in addition to a home inspection.

  • Radon Testing
  • Thermal Imaging
  • Termite Inspection
  • Mold Testing
  • Electromagnetic Field Testing
  • Lead Testing
  • Water Testing
  • Asbestos Testing

You may need to spend some extra money on some additional services. For example, you may need to pay an additional fee on a radon test, termite inspection, or lead-based paint testing. These rates vary from company to company. Be sure to ask your inspector about the rates for these inspections.

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Service Area(s)

The team at NextDay Inspect® has home inspectors based in Baltimore, Maryland  Our inspectors covers the Baltimore, Maryland and its surrounding areas

  • Brooklyn Park
  • Pikesville
  • Towson
  • Lutherville-Timonium
  • Randallstown
  • Owing Mills
  • Perry Hall
  • Abington
  • Parkville and more.

Baltimore City Rental Inspections

In addition to providing home inspections in Baltimore Maryland, our inspectors at NextDay Inspect are registered with the Baltimore City Department of Housing & Community Development (Baltimore DHCD). If you looking to get a rental license in Baltimore City, you can learn more about it at our Baltimore City Rental Inspection Service

High Quality Inspection Reports

Inspectors at NextDay Inspect® generate and provide our clients with thorough and detailed inspection reports.