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Buyer's Property Inspection

This is an inspection performed for the buyer of a property, and helps establish what may need to be repaired or replaced prior to moving in. This allows you, the buyer, to negotiate the best price for your home or business.

Seller’s Property Inspection

A seller’s inspection is performed for a current owner who is interested in selling their property. This inspection gives the seller an examination of the building and focuses on issues that may affect the perceived value of your property. This allows you, the seller, to accelerate the sale of your home or business.

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System Inspection

A system inspection is a focused evaluation of a specific system (such as the roofing, plumbing, exterior siding, foundation, or electrical, etc.) This service can be performed for contractors, renovators, or homeowners so they can have a thorough and accurate evaluation of the system.

Infrared Inspection

An infrared, or thermal, inspection can be a vital part of the property inspection process. The device pictured, called a Thermal Imaging Camera, can help the inspector catch hidden deficiencies in building. It can detect active water leaks in hidden areas, track where the building has significant energy loss, and can help detect loose connections in electrical equipment.

Thermal imaging is not only important in residential applications. It can be used in many commercial and industrial settings. All Points Home Inspection’s employees are certified by the American Society of Nondestructive Testing (ASNT) as Level 2 Infrared Thermographers. We are licensed to perform infrared inspections on commercial and industrial locations of any size. We are able to perform infrared inspections on warehouses, factories, mills, and more!

Radon Testing

Radon is a gas is a naturally occurring element. It is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the United States. Testing for radon involves placing a small box in the building that samples the air. A radon test lasts 48 hours for a real estate transaction. This is extremely valuable in determining if a property is the right fit for you.

Prices & Fees

<1000 sq. ft. – $350.00

1000 – 2000 sq. ft. – $375.00

>2000 sq. ft. – $375 + $0.10 per sq. ft. AFTER 2000 sq. ft.

<1000 sq. ft. – $275.00

>1000 sq. ft. – $300.00

Stand-alone service – $125

In addition to Residential Property Insepction – $75

Stand-alone service – $125 + $1 per mile (One way, one time)

In addition to Property Inspection – $75 + $1 per mile (One way, one time)

We are able to perform system inspections on any building. This includes residential, commercial and industrial uses.

Please call for pricing!

$1.00 per mile (One way, one time)

This price only applies to the first re-inspection. If subsequent re-inspections are needed they will be treated and priced as system inspections.

Payments Accepted

We accept payments of cash and check on the day of the inspection.

If those options are not feasible or convenient, we accept card via the internet any time prior to the inspection. 

Contact us if you have any questions!


Frequently Asked Questions

All Points Home Inspection complies with the Standards of Practice put in place by the state of Oregon. A home inspection consists of a detailed analysis of these systems…

  •  Soil and site conditions
  • Foundation
  • Wall & ceiling structure
  • Roof structure & drainage
  • Plumbing & ventilation
  • Electrical
  • Heating & central air conditioning
  • Built-in kitchen appliances
  • Condition of the finish materials
All Points Home Inspection, LLC also complies with the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI) Standards of Practice. This set of standards goes above and beyond the state of Oregon’s standards. Visit these links to review the Standards of Practice for InterNACHI and the state of Oregon .

Your home inspection will have pictures, video, and written descriptions of the systems of your home. If there is a deficiency or issue identified, the inspector will mark it in one of three categories. 

  • Caution or Routine Maintenance
    • These items are going to appear blue in your report. When you see this symbol, it means that there is an item or system of your home that needs attention. It may not need attention now, but may in the future. It could also mean that you need to monitor the situation for future developments. It is considered the lowest priority symbol your report.
  • Safety Hazard
    • This will be marked red in your report. When a home inspector marks something as hazardous, it needs to be fixed as soon as possible. These may range from disconnected smoke alarms to improper baluster spacing on stairwells. The primary purpose of this is to ensure that your attention is drawn to these issues first, so that you can be safe in your home.
  • Defect
    • A category marked with this symbol will appear orange. These items are going to be the things that will affect the perceived value of your home. If you are purchasing the home, you might consider them to be your main negotiating items for your home buying process. If you are a seller, these items will be things that you might consider fixing prior to placing your home on the market. 

All Points Home Inspection, LLC is licensed through the Oregon Construction Contractor’s Board as a General Contractor. This allows our company to inspect any size building of any use (as long as the contract price does not exceed $250,000).  This means that we can inspect residential, commercial and industrial structures. If you have any questions about if we can service your commercial or industrial inspection needs.

All Points Home Inspection does not offer any services other than the ones listed above (such as sewer scoping, or drone flights). Our company is a progressive business and is always evolving. This website will be updated as soon as any other services become available.

An Oregon Certified Home Inspector does not evaluate whether or not a building meets local code requirements. The primary focus of a home inspector is to provide you, the customer, a clear and accurate picture of how your home functions; and if there are systems that need to be addressed prior to buying or selling.

If you have questions about whether or not your building is up to code, contact the Building Codes Division of Oregon at this website