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Whether you’re buying or selling a home or building in Northwest Arkansas, having a professional inspection from NWA Inspecting will give you peace of mind through your transaction and give you the important information you need about your future investment.


  • Buyer inspections

  • Seller inspections

  • Investor inspections

  • Owner maintenance inspections

  • New construction inspections

  • Re-inspections

  • Loan progress inspections

  • Warranty inspections


  • Structure and foundation

  • Electrical systems

  • Plumbing systems

  • Heat and air systems

  • Roofs and attics

  • Basement and crawl spaces

  • Gutters and drainage

  • Walls, floors, and ceilings

  • Decks and porches

  • Exterior components and finishes

  • General site conditions


  • Furnace and A/C

  • Kitchen and Bath Plumbing Fixtures

  • Built-in Appliances

  • Water Heaters

  • Lights and Receptacles

  • Windows and Doors


Why should you spend another $350-$500 if you don’t have to?  Buying a home is not just another purchase, it’s an investment and one that you and your family will live in for years.  My question is, why would you NOT spend another $350-$400 to have a Professional Home Inspector go through the home.  We are trained Professionals with a process of systematically going through every home and checking every system in that home.


The home inspection report is a thorough document stating whether each problem is a safety issue, major defect, or minor defect; which items need replacement and which should be repaired or serviced; items that are suitable for now but that should be monitored closely.  We inform you about routine maintenance that should be performed, which can be a great help if you are a first-time homebuyer or have owned homes for years.  The home inspection report may also be used as a contingency in your purchase offer. This contingency provides that if significant defects are revealed, you can back out of your offer, free of penalty, within a certain timeframe.


A home inspection will cost you a little bit of time and money, but in the long run you'll be glad you did it. The inspection can reveal problems that you may be able to get the current owners to fix before you move in, saving you time and money. If you are a first-time homebuyer, an inspection can give you a crash course in home maintenance and a checklist of items that need attention to make your home as safe and sound as possible. Don't skip this important step in the home-buying process, it's worth every penny.


  • 2000 sq. feet or less    $350.00

  • 2001 to 2499 sq. feet  $375.00

  • 2500 to 2999 sq. feet  $400.00

  • 3000 to 3499 sq. feet  $425.00

  • Crawlspace inspections add $150.00


  • Commercial Buildings- Call for Quote

  • Townhomes up to 2000 sq. feet  $350

  • Escrow Billing    $350.00

  • Re-inspection  $100.00 minimum

  • Return check fee  $50.00

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