Pricing Information

First and Foremost, I am a Certified Master Inspector
Few Inspectors in the Denver Area have this Credential

 Lets Talk Logic for a Moment...
Will a Very Small Savings Cover the Cost to Remedy a Substantial Deficiency Overlooked by a Cheap Inspector?

So If You Call Another Inspection Company,
Make the Conversation Short,
You First Question Should Be;
"Are You a Certified Master Inspector" ?


"It's Your Educated Choice, Not Chance That Determines Your Destiny"
Choose Your Inspector Carefully......

Avoid Price Shopping: Inspection fees vary widely. The price of a quality inspection is typically between $400 and $600 for an average-size home. Lower fees should be regarded with suspicion, as they often identify those who are new to the business or who spend insufficient time performing the inspection. A home is the most expensive commodity you are likely to purchase in a lifetime. One defect missed by your inspector could cost 100 times what you save with a bargain inspection. The best method of price shopping is to shop for quality.

The Inspections Performed and Provided by Denver's Best Home Inspection are very Competitive in price, however Unequaled when Comparing Thoroughness and Quality, as I firmly believe we are what our name implies,"Denver's Best". 

We pride ourselves on charging a fair rate but providing much more for our fee. Plus, the piece of mind of knowing everything you can about your financial investment  makes our fee a very small price when compared to the potential cost of repairs that may be needed later.

The Home or Building you want inspected may not need all of the Specialized Inspections we can perform. It is important to us that we provide the most competitive and efficient Inspection for your needs, so we prefer to quote our Inspections individually based on the specifics of your situation. 

An Inspection Quote will depend on (3) factors including:

The Square Footage and Age of the Home or Building
                         (approximate is ok)

Any Specialized Services you are interested in, (if any) such as Radon Testing, Infrared Thermal Imaging, Air Quality, and others

 While the average Home Inspection Fee varies between $275 and $375, we ask that you contact us directly so we can provide an appropriate quote to your Specific Inspection Needs



Pre-Drywall Inspections

New Home Pre-Closing Inspections

 1 Year Warranty Inspections

Radon Gas Testing with Home Inspection.....
-$150.00 by Zip Code
  This is a 48 Hour Test with an on-site Printed Report 


(Radon Test Only $150.00) 
Click Here for Sample Report


Well Water
Testing $125.00

Coliform Bacteria Test (results in 2-3 days)Above test including lead, nitrate and nitrite test is $150
Well Water Flow Test $150
Two Hour Test @ 3 Gal. Per Minute

Give Me a Call,  It will only take a minute or two to answer any questions you might have and 
Quote Your Inspection Fee!

Talk Directly To Your Inspector, David Keating

(303) 888-4599




While pricing is important to all of us, you should not let price alone be the deciding factor on choosing a home inspector.  The lowest priced inspection may not necessarily be your best choice. 

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Thermal Imaging Site Also!


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Talk Directly To Your Inspector, David Keating

(303) 888-4599

The common law of Business Balance

It's unwise to pay too much,

but it's worse to pay too little.

When you pay too much

you lose a little - that is all.

When you pay too little

you sometimes lose everything,

because the thing you bought was incapable

of doing the things it was bought to do.

The common law of business balance

prohibits paying a little and getting a lot,

it can't be done.

If you deal with the lowest bidder,

it is well to add something for the risk you run,

and if you do that you will have enough

to pay for something better.