These prices may be adjusted for distance beyond a 30 mile radius of Paris, ME or for homes that are built before 1950.


Basic Inspection Services

Less than 1500 sq. ft. $375.00

Less than 2000 sq. ft. $425.00

Less than 2500 sq. ft. $475.00

Less than 3000 sq. ft. $525.00

Less than 3500 sq. ft. $575.00

Less than 4000 sq. ft. $625.00

For homes greater than 4000 sq. ft. add and additional $50 per 500 sq. ft.


Manufactured Home Inspection Services

Foundation Certification  $350.00

Addition Certification  $350.00

Both Foundation and Addition Certification  $450.00

First Permanent Location Certification  No Charge

Note:  These are the 3 certifications that may be required by FHA for mobile home loans.


Testing Fees

Quality Water Test Basic Rural Development Test
$150.00 with inspection
without inspection

$175.00 with inspection
$200.00 without inspection

Comprehensive Test
$200.00 with inspection
$225.00 without inspection

Water Flow Test (dug well)
$300.00 *This is a 4 hour test

Radon Air Test
$200.00 with inspection
$250.00 without inspection

Radon Water Test
$145.00 with inspetion
$170.00 without inspection




First Time Homebuyer 10%

Military Veteran 10%

(Discounts are applied to inspection fees only and not lab fees.) Most radon air tests are done with a CRM monitor – test results available in 1 hour. Inspection reports in most cases are provided in 24 hours or less. Other equipment provided on sight: Drone, Infrared Camera, Moisture Meter

I would definitely recommend Mountain View Home Inspections, to anyone! My boyfriend and I are first time home buyers at 20 and 21, and we didn’t really know what we were supposed to be looking for… Paul Taylor was better than we could’ve imagined. He was very helpful with his recommendations, walking around and explaining things to us, making it as simple as can be! He even showed my boyfriend a few little helpful tricks for the future if need be. If it had to do this all over again I would chose Paul 1,000X over!

Ashley R.



Although radon is a naturally occurring gas in our environment, it is also the second leading cause of lung cancer deaths in the U.S., according to the Surgeon General.  Nearly one out of every 15 homes is estimated to have elevated radon levels.  The Surgeon General and the Environmental Protection Agency recommend testing all houses.  Millions of Americans have had their homes tested for radon, and you should too.


A thermal camera is essentially a heat sensor that is capable of detecting tiny differences in temperature. The device collects the infrared radiation from objects in the scene and creates an electronic image based on information about the temperature differences. Because objects are rarely precisely the same temperature as other objects around them, a thermal camera can detect them and they will appear as distinct in a thermal image.



Let me test your potable water supply, especially if your property has a private well, cistern or septic system.  I will check it for coliform and other harmful bacteria, as well as for radon in the water, all which can endanger your family’s health.  A water test is a small investment considering how critical good water is to your health.