Price Increase Details and Why They are Happening

We will be increasing prices for all subscription plans on July 15, 2021.

The cost of Pay As You Go reports will be increasing to $150 for 20 reports. Reports will no longer expire after a year.

The cost for new Unlimited plan subscribers will be increasing to $90 per month.

The cost for new Team plan subscribers will be increasing to $90 per month plus $45 per each additional inspector on the team.

How does this affect you?

All of our subscribers are very important to us. Your loyalty and support are what has helped us grow and improve Tap Inspect to where it is today. With that in mind we want to help you transition to the new pricing over time in as painless manner as possible.

Unlimited and Team Plans

All current Unlimited and Team subscribers will transition into the new pricing over a full year in three steps.

  • On July 15, 2021 the cost will increase to $70 per month
  • On January 15, 2022 the cost will increase to $80 per month
  • On July 15, 2022 the cost will increase to $90 per month.

For Team plans the cost of each additional inspector will increase in the same manner.

  • On July 15, 2021 the cost per additional inspector will increase to $35 per month
  • On January 15, 2022 the cost per additional inspector will increase to $40 per month
  • On July 15, 2022 the cost per additional inspector will increase to $45 per month

Pay As You Go Plan

Existing Pay As You Go subscribers have a few different options before the July 15, 2021 price increase. 

Option 1: Buy more reports at the current price of $125 for 25 reports before the price increase. As an added bonus, these reports will not have an expiration so you can stock up while you are still busy. 

Option 2: Switch to an Unlimited plan before the price increases. This would make you eligible for the Unlimited plan gradual price increase.

Why are we raising prices?

This is our first price increase in 10 years, and it’s coming after making a multi-year investment into improving and expanding Tap Inspect to better serve inspectors just like you.

We’ve been receiving incredible feedback from inspectors using our new Autopilot features to reduce the hassle of operating their business with easy scheduling, automated client messaging, e-signing agreements, and inspection invoicing.

And our beta audience is loving the upcoming new version of our mobile app. The high-res photos, updated html reports, and more comment types will wow your clients and agents. 

The new mobile app with Autopilot features built-in will get you close to running your entire inspection business directly from your phone or tablet.

These are very exciting times at Tap Inspect and we are so happy you will be with us to enjoy the new features and improvements in the pipeline.

Sync Tap Inspect With Your Google Calendar

Keeping your appointments straight and knowing when you are free gets tough for a home inspector. It is easy to double book a job or schedule a job when you have another commitment. Even worse is having to call a possible client back because you do not immediately know when you are available.

An online calendar is the easiest way to avoid those problems. They make keeping track of your availability and scheduled jobs a breeze. You can even turn on alerts to remind you of upcoming events.

Free services like Google Calendar allow you to access your calendar from multiple devices like an iPhone, a tablet, and any web browser. Google Calendar is also supported by all the other major calendars like OutlookApple iCloud Calendar, and dozens of other services and platforms. Including Tap Inspect.

Setup the Integration

Point your web browser to https://app.tapinspect.com/integrations (login with your email and password if needed) and click on Add Google Calendar to activate it for your account. From there it is as simple as following the prompts.

Get more details on setting up the integration from our help center.

Using the Integration

Each new job you add in Tap Inspect will be pushed to your calendar as a new event. By tapping on the the event on your calendar you can see the details of the job. There also a link that takes you to the job details on your web account.

Using the ISN Repair Request List with Tap Inspect

Repair Request List Tool
The ISN Repair Request List (RRL) tool lets your agents build a repair request without having to copy and paste from the report PDF into another document.

It uses your Tap Inspect Report Summary to build a list of the biggest issues found during the home inspection. The agent can then choose which items to add to the repair request and how to request the repair is done.

The Repair Request List tool is part of the ISN Real Estate Dashboard that is provided to every ISN user. Tap Inspect is one of the only 3rd party reporting system that has the ability to utilize the RRL.

If you are looking for ways to add more value to your home inspections or looking for a way to stand out this article is for you. We will go over how to set up the RRL and how to use the Tap Inspect integration.

Setting up the Integration

Once you have set up your Tap Inspect <> ISN integration is there is nothing left to do from the Tap Inspect side. There are a few steps that may need to be done in your ISN. Take a look at the ISN Repair Request List help document for some links to help you along.

Using the Integration

The Repair Request List tool is just another part of the Tap Inspect <> ISN Integration. There is nothing else you need to do to use it. Just publish your report to ISN and the Report Summary data will be there.

If you make any changes to a report its no problem. Just re-publish the report and make sure you send it to ISN again. The Report Summary data will be updated for you.

There are a few big things to remember while using the tool. Only reports going forward will have the Repair Request List available. If you published reports to ISN before we added this to our ISN integration they may not have the Report Summary data. Just republish any old reports and it will get generated.

The other thing to remember is that agents will not be able to use the Repair Request List tool until the order has been COMPLETED. It also looks like that if you have turned on the the PAID or SIGNED requirements to view a report the agent will also not be able to use the Repair Request List.


Watch My Webinar on the Repair Request List

Cheré Bossard, the Lead Trainer from ISN joined me for a webinar where we talked about ISN and the Repair Request List. I really enjoyed the conversation and think there are lots of great ideas.

How to Archive Home Inspection Reports with Google Drive

Some of the most valuable business information home inspectors have are our reports and the photos we use to create them. The risk of losing that data is something that keeps many home inspectors up at night.

Tap Inspect archives all your reports and photos for you as part of your Tap Inspect account. We use cloud services and lots of safeguards. Some people want even more control and more options. That is why we built the Tap Inspect Google Drive Integration.

There are all kinds of ways and methods to backup and archive home inspection reports. Each have their pros and cons. If you have been manually saving your home inspection reports to a home computer or even to a portable hard drive this article is for you.

It takes time to manually archive your data. If you have ever had a hard drive crash you know how risky it can be to save it in just one place. You will not only save time using the Tap Inspect Google Drive Integration but your data will also be more secure and safer.

Setup the Integration

Google Drive is cloud based storage. Just like a big hard drive. It is part of the free services you get along with every Gmail account. Gmail is the free email service from Google. If you already have a gmail.com email address you already have Google Drive.

It is also included as part of the GSuite service for companies.  We use GSuite for my home inspection company’s email services so we all have the same .com addresses instead of gmail.com. We also use Drive to share all of our company information from a single place.

Setting up the integration is as simple as turning it on in your Tap Inspect user account and then connecting to your Google account by signing in with your Google email address and password.

Using the Integration

Like most of what you see with Tap Inspect we have made it simple to use. Once you set up your Google Drive Integration it just runs. Set it and forget it.

When you first turn on the Google Drive Integration you can start the backup of all your existing inspection data from your Tap Inspect account. It will continue to run in the background until every report and photo in your Tap Inspect account has been backed up to your Drive account.

Each report is given its own directory using the date and the address of the inspection. The PDF report and all the photos are saved in that directory. This makes it simple to search your Drive using the address or data to find a particular report. 


Every time you publish a report we push the final PDF report and all the photos to your Google Drive. If you make changes to the report, just Re-Publish and we will push it all again.

Our Private Facebook Group is Up – Join Now

We are super excited to announce that we have launched a new private Facebook Group for Tap Inspect Users.

Our hope is that it will be an invaluable resource for not just home inspectors that are new to Tap Inspect but even seasoned veterans. We plan to make that happen in a few ways but we need your help.

Tap Inspect Users Helping Tap Inspect Users 

There is no better way to learn than from other Tap Inspectors.  Join in to share tips, tricks, and ask questions from other home inspectors that use Tap Inspect to do their reports.

The only way it will work is if both new and experienced Tap Inspect users join in. We need your help to make it a success.

Direct Line to the Tap Inspect Team

I am a home inspector myself. You will see me posting and replying along with Katie to help share our experiences. You will also see us asking questions about how you are using Tap and how we can make it better.


Exclusive Learning and Training Materials

We have already added a few learning units to help you get up to speed on using Tap. Complete them  at your own pace and let us know what else you would like to see.

First Look at All the New Stuff

We want to help build  a community of people that are all interested in making Tap Inspect better. To make that work both ways we will be giving the group first look at development roadmap and all the new features before anyone else.

Go to Tap Inspect User’s Group on Facebook to join the group and start sharing.