Certified Home Inspections
Middlesex County NJ Home Inspector
Home inspections on all Single Family, Multi-Family, Townhouses, Condos & Studios
Why choose Core 360 Home Inspections as your Home Inspector?
We go above and beyond New Jersey, Certified Licensed Inspector requirements, and continue our education with InterNachi to become a Certified Professional Inspector. We hold ourselves to a higher standard of education, and ethics, and are well-updated with new building standards as they change. Unqualified inspectors may charge less but they will cost you in the long run. Always hire a Certified Professional inspector to conduct your home inspections.
What does an inspection determine?
An inspection should determine the condition of the plumbing, heating, cooling, and electrical systems. The structure should also be examined to assure it is sound and to determine the condition of the roof, siding, windows, and doors. The lot should be graded away from the house so that water does not drain toward the house and into the basement. There are actually over 250 items or more inspected during a regular home inspection when we conduct our home inspections.
Should the home buyers pay for the home inspection?
Most buyers prefer to pay for these inspections so that the inspector is working for them, not the seller. You may wish to include in your agreement of sale the right to cancel if you are not satisfied with the inspection results. In that case, you may want to re-negotiate for a lower sale price or require the seller to make repairs.
How we help you with a home inspection?
We will provide you with a written report, which will include High-quality photos in modern web-based HTML and PDF formats, videos, and a narrative of recommendations of our findings of the home during the inspection. With our inspection report in your hand, you’ll know what repairs, maintenance is needed and what should be addressed in the now or in the near future. You can then determine how best to proceed.
A home inspection is not meant to halt a home sale, but rather to help buyers and sellers reach a fair agreement by providing an impartial evaluation of the home’s condition.
Let Core 360 Home Inspections add you to a long list of satisfied clients that trusted us as the go-to Home Inspector as you can see from our Home Inspector reviews.
Core 360 Home Inspections serves all of Middlesex County New Jersey and has conducted numerous home inspections in all of Middlesex County New Jersey. If you want a certified home inspector in Middlesex county with local insight Core 360 Home Inspections will satisfy your inspection needs.
Middlesex County NJ Home Inspector Near me:
Our Certified Home Inspector conducts home inspection services on all Single Family Homes, Multi-Family Homes, Townhouses, and Condos.
- East Brunswick
- Highland Park
- Kendall Park
- Monmouth Junction
- Monroe Township
- New Brunswick
- North Brunswick
- Old Bridge
- Perth Amboy
- Port Reading
- South Amboy
- South Plainfield
- South River
Contact Our Home Inspector
First, we would like to thank you for your interest in considering Core 360 Home inspections conducting your home inspection. You can either fill out the form below to schedule a call or have us call you back. Regardless of your request for a quote, scheduling an inspection, or any question you may have. We will call asap you to go over your request in detail.
Frequently Asked Questions
Here are some answers to Frequently Asked Questions about home inspection, home inspectors in New Jersey. If we don’t have an answer here your are specifically looking for please contact us..
Should I go with the lowest quote inspector?
That is a question you have to ask yourself. Even Home Prices for townhouses and small condos go from 300,000 to 2.5 million+. So regardless of a condo, house, townhouse, or multi-family you are making one of the most significant purchases that may have issues or not.
- Would you take that risk with getting the cheapest lawyer?
- Do you want to pay another inspector who is just getting practice being a home inspector on your home inspection?
- Cheap price inspector has no work so takes the lowest fees? (experienced?)
- Or do you want a professional home inspector with years of experience and knowledge like Core 360 Home Inspectors?
Our prices are very competitive for the professional service you will receive, expect, out of a Home Inspector. It is your investment so choose wisely!
See this page for Full Scope of Items Inspected Here
Can your send reports electronically?
Yes, we offer an HTML Version, PDF, PDF download, and sending of your report in PDF format thru email.
Can I do an inspection myself?
No. New Jersey licensing has requirements to conduct a home inspection in New Jersey. Those buying a home will look for reasons to purchase a home they want. Prospective homebuyers cannot look at a home with the unbiased, critical eye of a home inspector. Even home buyers with construction experience don’t have a home inspector’s knowledge and tools. Good inspectors are trained and experienced in finding issues that indicate home problems, sometimes subtle and hard to find. Most have performed numerous inspections and are familiar with problems in certain building materials, area-specific, or styles of homes in your area.
How long is the average inspection?
All inspection times vary dependent on the home’s age, size, issues, and location. Typical times to complete an inspection are Two to four hours depending on the square footage and defects found.
Why should I get a Home Inspection?
Buying a home is typically the biggest investment you will ever make, so it’s important to get a home inspection because the inspector should be able to discover and document defects that may or may not be obvious to you as a prospective buyer. Such defects can range from simple replacements or repairs to severe damage or safety and health concerns. Additionally, most mortgage companies require a home inspection on a property before approving the home loan.
Should I be present for the inspection?
You should attend the inspection, and you should reconsider hiring an inspector who doesn’t allow this. You can learn a lot by following an inspector through the home. You will certainly gain a better understanding of the home’s condition, which will give you insight into its potential sale points and defects. Additionally, you will likely learn information about the home’s maintenance, systems, and components that may provide useful for the transaction.
When should I call for a home inspection?
You should have the home inspected as soon as possible once you have an accepted offer. Consult your real estate agent about having a clause in the agreement that lets you have an inspection and the right to terminate the agreement if you find the home in unsatisfactory condition. This clause should specify the terms to which both buyers and sellers are obligated.