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US Inspect Gold Package

US Inspect is offering complimentary warranty services when you select the Gold Package which includes a Home Inspection, Radon Gas Test, and Termite Inspection. Gold Package participants receive a free 90 Day Limited Warranty, 5-year Platinum Roof Protection, MoldSafe, Radon Protection, and Termite Protection plan.

Read below to find out more about these services. View the full policy by clicking each button on the left.


90-Day Warranty
Certain mechanical and structural defects that occur after your home inspection are covered for 90 days.


5-Year Roof Warranty
Your Platinum Roof Protection Plan covers certain roof issues that may arise after your home inspection and is valid for 5 years.


MoldSafe Warranty
The MoldSafe Warranty provides protection against visible mold that arises within 90 days of your home inspection.


Radon Protection Plan
If we performed a Radon Gas Test for you and your results were under 4.0 PCi/L, but another test comes back higher than 4.0 PCi/L, the cost of a mitigation system is covered. This is valid for 120 days after the home inspection.


Termite Protection Plan 
The Termite Protection Plan applies if we performed a Termite/WDI Inspection at your property and a new infestation is found within 90 days.


How to Submit a Claim

To submit a claim for a warranty with the full home inspection you can go to and submit basic info that we need. If you are within a few days of your policy expiration date or have any questions, please call us at 800-544-8156. Your warranty is based on the date of the full home inspection.

You will need to upload a repair estimate from a licensed contractor that states the (1) cause of failure as well as (2) parts and labor broken out for each issue. You will also upload your inspection report and some basic info on the home and contact info. If the claim is for an appliance or HVAC system we will need the manufacture, model # and serial # from the unit that was inspected. See below for further items that a claim may need on the estimate.

For HVAC/Electrical/Appliances/Plumbing:
  • Diagnosis/Initial Failure (i.e a brief description of the failure)
  • Specific Cause of Failure (e.g wear & tear, age or something else)
  • Itemized Cost of Parts
  • Cost/ Hours of Labor
  • Brand, Model & Serial Numbers of failed Unit
For Structural Claims:
  • Diagnosis/Initial Failure (i.e a brief description of the failure)
  • Specific Cause of Failure (e.g wear & tear, age or something else)
  • Description of what’s been done to address the failure
  • Itemized Cost of Parts
  • Cost/Hours of Labor
Roof Leak:
  • Number of leaks
  • Location of leak(s)
  • Square footage of leak(s)
  • Cause of each leak (e.g wear & tear, age or something else)
  • Price breakdown for materials separated by leak
  • Price for labor separated by leak(s)
  • Location of visible mold (must be visible)
  • Square footage of area treated
  • What is being removed or cleaned
  • Cause of mold
  • Name of chemical
  • Cost for chemical per unit
  • Cost of labor to apply chemical
Termite Protection Plan:
  • Clear Wood Destroying Organism Report within 6 months of the start of the plan
  • Type of new live infestation
  • Name of chemical used
  • Amount of chemical being used
  • Cost for chemical
  • Cost for labor to apply chemical only
Radon Protection Plan:
  • The report for the initial testing done with results under 4.0 PCi/L ((200 Bq/m)  
  • The report from a recent testing done with results above4.0 PCi/L (200 Bq/m)

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