Request Inspection Need a home inspection? Just fill this form out and we’ll contact you to schedule the inspection. Once we’ve scheduled a time, we’ll follow up by sending a confirmation email, along with a link to our inspection agreement, which we request our clients read and electronically sign before the inspection. To view the agreement ahead of time, just click the following link to open a new browser window - Structure Tech Inspection Agreement . Need a Truth-In-Sale of Housing evaluation? Use this form: Request a TISHProperty Info:Property Address to be inspected*CityMLS #Finished square footage of the propertyYear builtProperty typeProperty TypeSingle familyTownhouseCondoDuplexOtherIs this property occupied?OccupiedVacantUnknownBuyer Info:Buyer's NameBuyer's Phone NumberBuyer's Email Address* Agent Info:Buyer's Real Estate Agent NameReal Estate Agent Phone NumberReal Estate Agent Email Address Listing Agent NameListing Agent CompanyListing Agent Phone NumberListing Agent Email Address A Few More QuestionsWill the utilities be on for the inspection?The utilities should be on prior to the inspection (water, gas, electric). If the utilities are not on, we will be unable to fully inspect the related components. If requested, the cost for a return trip to inspect these items is $100.YesNoDon't knowShould we test for radon?Should we test for radon?If you would like a radon test performed, please let us know at least 24 hours ahead of time, as we need to notify the sellers of the test protocol. The fee is $225 for a radon test.YesNoI need to think about itShould we coordinate a sewer inspection?Should we coordinate a sewer inspection?The fee is $175 for a sewer inspection if done at the same time as the home inspection.YesNoI need to think about itShould we perform a chimney inspection?Should we perform a chimney inspection?The fee is $200 for a level 2 fireplace & chimney inspection if done at the same time as the home inspection. Additional fireplaces are $125 each.Yes - 1 wood burning fireplaceYes - 2 wood burning fireplacesYes - 3+ wood burning fireplacesNoI need to think about itThis type of inspection is recommended by NFPA 211 any time there is a sale or transfer of a property, largely because a high percentage of fireplaces have problems that could lead to a chimney fire. These inspections are for wood burning fireplaces, but not gas fireplaces.Preferred Date(s)Preferred TimeAMPMNo preferencePreferred Inspector(s)Who is requesting this inspection?BuyerReal Estate AgentOtherWho should we call to schedule/confirm the time?BuyerReal Estate AgentHow did you hear about Structure Tech?Real Estate AgentPast ClientFriend/FamilyGoogleYelpStar TribuneAngie's ListNewsletterBlog subscriberFacebookAny other comments* I consent to having Structure Tech collect my name, phone, address and email for the purpose of processing this form. CommentsThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.