Find answers to our NJ home inspection (FAQ) frequently asked questions, including our various service options –
What is a home inspection?
A home inspection is an unbiased and non-invasive visual examination of the physical condition of a property. It mainly focuses on conditions of the systems rather than cosmetic issues. Building code violations are eliminated.
Where do you have the most experience inspecting homes and property?
Our experience is throughout the state of NJ, and we offer a full range of professional home inspection services; however, we are most often working with Middlesex and Union County homeowners. In fact, we are very familiar with several local towns such as Woodbridge, Edison, Iselin, Keasbey, Metuchen, Carteret, South Amboy, Perth Amboy, Westfield, Clark, Rahway, Cranford, and all the surrounding towns in these areas of NJ and beyond!
What‘s include in a home inspection ?
A home inspection will cover major components, systems. Please refer “Services” page. The inspector will look for poor construction practices and reports any component that might needs a repair and general maintenance. Further, fire and safety issues will be addressed.
Do you need to be there?
By law, it is not required you to be present. But we highly recommend you to be present for the inspection so that you will get an idea about the potential home and will be able to ask any questions for further clarification.
Why do home buyers need a home inspection?
Buying a home could be the largest single investment the home buyer will ever make. The buyer should have a clear picture about prospective investment and inspection will help to minimize unpleasant surprises .
Is it Possible for a Home to Fail an Inspection?
There is no fail/pass. The inspection tells you the condition of the home and what is need to be repaired.
What Is the Cost of a Home Inspection?
The cost of a inspection depends on the age, units, square feet.
Single Family Homes $425
Multi Family Homes(2-4units) $570
How Long is the inspection?
Usually an inspection takes 2 to 3 hours or less depending on the condition.