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Standard home inspection protocol includes but is not limited to:

  • Free Radon Test
  • Free Water Test
  • Free Air Quality Test

What other home inspectors would charge, we include it for free.  Plus, all of our clients get their own access to their Client Relationship Management (CRM) where you can download your report(s) anytime.  Plus, you'll get quick access to helpful tips and recommended contractors that we trust and are A+ on the BBB and state licensed and certified, and best of all priced right for their industry.


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Interior Painting

If you’ve just bought your initial home or would like to brighten up the home you’ve lived in for a while, a new coat of paint may be a terrific way to revitalize your home. Are you worried about the cost? Here is all you need to know about the typical cost of painting a house. We’ll talk about both interior and outdoor painting.

How Much Would It Require to Paint a House’s Interior?

The typical cost of painting a house’s interior is between $1.50 and $3.50 per square foot. The average price per square foot for ceilings, walls, and trim will likely be either $3 or $7. You will be charged extra if there is breakage to the barriers that must be addressed before painting can begin. These are the typical prices if you hire a professional to paint your home. You could also do the painting yourself.

Individuals are much more likely to do their inside paintings than they are to do their outside paintings. This, along with the cost of the paint, implies that an interior paint job is often less expensive than an outside one. It may also be a terrific way to update your area without buying entirely new furniture or more costly and time-consuming upgrades.

Calculate the floor space of the inside area you have to paint to determine the cost of a do-it-yourself interior painting job. Determine whether your color transition will require priming or additional coats. If all you’re doing is applying another layer of the same color paint you used a few years ago; you’ll be alright.

Once you’ve established the interior square footage, divide it by 350, according to experts. This is the typical paint coverage per gallon. A gallon of primer will typically cover 200 square feet. Divide your square footage by 350 square feet to determine the number of gallons of paint you’ll need. The amount of gallons of primer required is calculated by dividing the square footage by 200. You may save money by not purchasing too much paint.

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