​Radon Testing - $140
​ This test follows the short term EPA Real Estate Testing Protocol. This protocol is useful to help
​ determine if the dwelling has the potential for an elevated radon level.
  • The Real Estate Protocol is a 48 hour screening test, using the Continuous Radon Monitoring device and/or Activated Charcoal test kits. First time screening, post mitigation check up, and follow up testing, as well.

Bosetti Home Inspection and Repair

Total Coliform - $140
​Annual testing of the well water enables the homeowner to establish a baseline, monitor the water quality, and may provide legal recourse if neighboring activities, particularly shale gas operations, cause a problem with your water.​​
  • It is strongly advised that homes with a private water supply include well water testing.
 Weatherization Inspection - $250
Designed to improve the comfort, safety, and energy efficiency of your home, and save you money on
​ your energy bill.

  • This inspection includes testing for combustible gas leaks and carbon monoxide, insulation adequacy, locating interior and exterior air leakage areas, thermal imaging, and evaluation of attic ventilation.
Fuel Gas Leak and CO Testing - $140
Test for gas leaks, carbon monoxide
  • Protects against the potential dangers of gas leaks

Office 315 471 0315
Cell  315 382 5760

General Inspections for Real Estate Transactions - starting at $330
The General Home Inspection consists of the house systems and structural components as described in the NY State Standards of Practice for Home Inspectors.
  • Single family dwellings up to 1200 Sq Ft,without a garage begin at $330. Larger homes, limited inspections, Multi-Family, please call for pricing
  • Includes structural, exterior, roof, plumbing, electrical, heating, air conditioning, interior, insulation and ventilation,  fireplaces, and attics
  • ​Our Inspection exceeds the NYS Standards of Practice


Thermal Imaging - $200
Non-invasively identifies weak spots in the building's thermal envelope, and more.
  • Identifies​ HVAC system leaks, potential areas of hidden moisture, overheating electrical components, and areas of air infiltration.​